Writing a Successful Grant Proposal Workshop

January 31st, 2001 by Adam

Lamson Library of Plymouth State College and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation (NHCF) are co-sponsoring a free workshop on “Writing a Successful Grant Proposal” on Wednesday Feb. 7, from 9 AM – 12:30 PM, in Room 124 of the
Library. The main presenter will be Donna Dunlop, formerly Program Director of the DeWitt Wallace – Reader’s Digest Fund.

This workshop is a REPEAT of one offered last July. It is aimed mainly at nonprofit organizations, and will focus on tips for putting together a successful grant proposal, NOT on doing the research to develop a prospect list of foundations (which was the subject of an earlier workshop last May).

Registration is free, but you need to register by Monday, Feb. 5 by contacting Tina Spinney at NHCF at 1-800-464-6641, or by e-mail at tls@nhcf.org

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