Claire Willett

playwright, novelist, writer-for-hire

The official website of Portland writer Claire Willett.

Grantwriting Class, Level II

level 2 classes.jpg
level 2 classes.jpg

Grantwriting Class, Level II

250.00

Beyond the Basics: An Intermediate Course

$250

Monday June 19, July 3, & 17th, 7-8:30 p.m.

Designed for people who either already have a year or more of grantwriting experience or who have completed the beginner workshop, this class dives deeper into specifics like how to prepare your organization's financial documents to meet funder specifications, how to research and create an annual fundraising plan, and how to create compelling grant narrative that gets funders to sit up and take notice.  This class is designed to be more hands-on, with a full 30 minutes for Q&A and group discussion in every session so you can get your most nitty-gritty, practical questions answered and get all the tools you need. 

Open to 501c3 nonprofits in any field.  Recommended for participants who have either completed the beginning class, or have more than 1 year experience writing grants for a nonprofit organization.  Three 90-minute sessions including a 30-minute Q&A.  Minimum class size: 6.  Maximum class size: 20. Registration and payment due 6/1.

Quantity:
Register for Class!

Classes are conducted online via live webinar, with recordings of each made available if you need to miss a session for any reason.  They will be both visual- and audio-based; if this presents an accessibility challenge due to vision or hearing impairment, please contact me via email so that we can discuss ways to make this material accessible to you.  Availability is limited and offered on a first-come, first served basis; registration and payment are due in advance to secure your place.  Cancellation with a full refund up to one week before first class session; no refund available for cancellation with less than one week's notice.  General structure includes a 45-minute presentation with 15 minutes of Q&A at the end for the first two sessions, and a full 60-minute Q&A for the third session.  All topics and questions welcome.