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Monday, March 15, 2021 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM EDT

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Grant Writing 101

ABOUT the Workshop

Though helpful, a PhD in English is not a pre-requisite for writing winning grant proposals. Instead, it takes strategy, targeted research, and the ability to craft a compelling story about your organization, the program you are seeking funding for, the group you are serving, and the major problem or community need that both you and the grant maker share a common interest in. In this session I will share with you: 

-          Strategies to Win Grants

-          Full Clarity on What Grant Makers are Looking For

-          The Foundations of Proposal Writing

-          Twelve Rules of Style in Proposal Writing

-          How to Measure Program Success

-          Budgeting that Matches Program Need

-          What to Expect After Grant Award Received

ABOUT the Instructors

Tenika Hill has 10 years of professional and volunteer experience, having worked for and served alongside religious, charitable, community and non-profit organizations in capacity building through strategic planning, program management, and community outreach. She has a wide range of range of C-level administrative, communications, and marketing experience serving at various levels. Her career achievements include a successful track record of over $500,000 in funded state, federal, and foundation grant proposals, and post-award management of over $500,000 dollars in funded grant programs. In 2020, she established TLH Consulting Services LLC. With a Bachelor and Master's degree in Business Administration, Tenika's passion for serving others is embedded in building and supporting initiatives that empower people to lead better lives and secure sustainable futures.