Learn the basic steps and components of grant writing from research to writing and what you can anticipate from the review process. Develop a tool-kit of items that can be used in multiple applications and learn to understand how to address the needs and expectations of the funder.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion participants will learn:
• how to search for grants • how to outline a proposal and organize your work • how to research needs data • the importance of addressing the RFP • how to create a budget • building goals and objectives • building your grant-writing tool-kit
The cost of this training is $100. Participants must register. Seating is limited as there will only be 60 slots available, so please register early. The Council on Substance Abuse-NCADD is an approved CE provider of NAADAC, the association for addiction professionals and the Alabama State Board of Social Work Examiners. Participants will receive 3.5 continuing education hours.
About the Trainer
Candyce DeKruyff has a Masters degree in counseling from Providence Seminary in Manitoba, Canada and has spent more than 10 years in agency counseling, administration and management. Over the last 10 years Candyce has written more than 125 new grant applications to federal, state, county, city and foundation entities, and has brought in more than $18.5 million dollars in NEW grant funding to the State of Alabama. Currently Candyce works in grants administration and management for COSA-NCADD and as an independent contractor and grant writer for non-profit agencies.