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You CAN Win Grants for Your School: Secrets and Strategies from a Pro (Part 2)
Monday, April 25, 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Toni Rockis, PhD, CGW, President & CEO of Granted, Inc. and Grantmamas, Inc.
Sponsored by CDW-G
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More than 81,000 foundations give away nearly $50 billion each year in grants.
Would you like to learn how to write competitive grants and bring some of this “free money” to your school? Have you thought about writing a grant to purchase updated technologies, support field trips, or fund other educational needs, but aren’t sure where to begin? Or have you written grant proposals, but didn’t get funded as often as you’d hoped?
Don’t miss out on your share of this $50 billion! Learn how to write competitive grant proposals in our three-part grant-writing miniseries. Dr. Toni Rockis reviewed and dissected the eight typical sections of a proposal so you come away feeling equipped and confident to begin your own winning grant-writing journey.
In the second webinar of this miniseries, Toni gave insider tips, tricks, and techniques for writing the next two sections of a foundation grant proposal:
- Description of the Project
- Project Management Plan and Timeline
This recorded session that will help you learn the skills and processes it takes to write clear, concise, and compelling grant proposals. This webinar will be helpful for both teachers and administrators.
Toni Rockis, PhD, CGW, is President/CEO of Granted, Inc. and Grantmamas, Inc. Through Granted, she and her associates help schools and nonprofits bring money into their organizations. In 2014 Toni cofounded Grantmamas to help mothers obtain money and resources for expanded programs and services in classrooms and schools. She has authored/coauthored/administered $72 million in grants for K–16 schools and other nonprofits. Toni is the author of Grant Writing Success: Opening the Door to Financial Opportunity. Follow her on Twitter @GrantMamas.
GetEdFunding.com is a free grant-finding resource, which hosts a collection ofthousands of active grants and awards. Dedicated to helping educators identify the financial backing that’s needed to take learning to higher levels, this 2013 Beacon Award-winning site was designed for K-12 and higher education institutions, and currently delivers access to billions of dollars in educational funding opportunities.