Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Grant process training for local non-profit board members and staff

Project Grantsmanship will hold its 2011 training program that provides comprehensive, hands-on workshops on the grant development process -- from researching funding sources to writing proposals.

Board members and staff of 501(c)(3) organizations based in L.A. County with annual budgets under $10 million are eligible to apply. Project Grantsmanship's partner foundations will underwrite up to 90 percent of the training fee.

Project Grantsmanship is a partnership of the Annenberg Foundation, California Community Foundation, Dwight Stuart Youth Fund, the Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, and The Grantsmanship Center. One of its missions is to help non-profit organizations produce more compelling proposals for funding.

Workshops will take place from April 11 through April 15 at the Grantsmanship Center (1125 W. 6th St.). For more application information, please click here.