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Getting the best from Grant-Seeking Workshop

A free community workshop for not for profit organisations

Tuesday May 8, 9am - 1pm (morning tea provided)

Held at: Waikanae Baptist Church, 286 Te Moana Rd, Waikanae

This workshop is packed with tools and skills to help grow your effective grant-seeking. It will deliver: 

  • an overview of the grants landscape
  • steps to ensuring your organisation is 'grant ready'
  • advice on project packaging, developing grant-ready project plans, and setting up internal processes to succeed
  • feedback from funders on why applications do or don't succeed
  • tips on relationship building
  • information on how to write a great grant application, including examples of good and bad responses
  • advice on next steps when an application is successful or unsuccessful, as well as effective reporting, accountability and stewardship strategies

Workshop facilitator: Strategic Grants

This workshop is delivered by Strategic Grants, an industry leader in providing charities and not for profits with strategic advice around setting up effective grant-seeking strategies.

Strategic Grants have years of experience in obtaining successful grant results for not for profit organisations through best-practice grant-writing, processes, and strategic advice on grant-seeking, and building relationships with funders.

Their grant seeking workshop will give you the tried and tested, best-practice building blocks to create an effective grants strategy, based on their extensive experience interacting with both funders and grant recipients.

Registration information 

Spaces are limited with registration limited to one registration per not for profit organisation from Kāpiti .

First preference is given to not for profit organisations working in the social and community sector in Kāpiti which register by Tuesday 1 May.

REGISTER HERE

For more information, call 04 9058884 or email info@volunteerkapiti.org.nz

Final registration closes on Thursday 3 May.

Brought to you by the Kāpiti Coast District Council and Volunteer Kāpiti.