Thursday, July 21, 2022
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ALL DAY Session: $85 

Shopper's Club members receive member discount

Half Day session includes lunch and panel discussion: $45



Chatfield College - Cincinnati Campus
1548 Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45202

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July 21, 2022: Grant Suite: What You Need to Know from the Experts

July 21, 2022
Full Day Grant Suite
Chatfield College - Cincinnati Campus
1548 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45202

NOTE: This workshop opportunity is available in whole-day or half-day sessions. Morning and afternoon sessions include lunch and panel of foundation representatives -- not to miss!

Morning Session: The Foundation Directory Online: Win More Grants  
Description: To win grants, you need the most up-to-date, complete information you can get about grant makers and the grants they've made. How can you get that? A great resource is the comprehensive database and powerful search tools Foundation Directory Online offers. Presented by Kent Mulcahy, Grants Resource Librarian of Cincinnati & Hamilton County. 
Foundation Panel Discussion and Lunch (11:30am - 1pm)
This is a great opportunity to meet some of Cincinnati's grant managers and learn what they look for in awarding funds. Panelists include:
  • Kim Vogelgesang from the Duke Energy Foundation 
  • Roger Smith from the Woodward Trust
  • Christine Bochenek from the Haile Foundation 
  • Zohar Perla from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Afternoon Session: An Introduction to Grant Writing (1pm-3:30pm)
Description: Participants will learn the 12 critical elements that are necessary for successfully researching and writing each section of the grant proposal, and take part in quick, hands-on exercises to practice what they learn. "An Introduction to Grant Writing" will also include a number of key takeaways and resource materials that can be used to ensure continued success. Presented by Fearghal Reid,  successful Grants Manager and non-profit consultant since moving to Ohio from his native Ireland in 2014 – generating over $25 million in grant  funds from foundation, corporate, government and individual donors.