Hosted by: Maddox Foundation Volunteer Center
Join us for an in-person training event on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 from 1:00-4:00PM. Cost is $25 per person.
Walk step by step through all components of a proposal, learning what foundations look for and what it takes for your proposal to rise to the top and be funded. We will discuss how to strengthen your case for support through better and more efficient writing techniques, reviewed in the context of a proposal to the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi. While time will be limited, feel free to bring a sample proposal or writing sample you want to share with your colleagues.
Where: Gale Center, 2601 Elm Street, Hernando, Mississippi 38632
When: Wednesday, March 18th, beginning at 1:00PM and ending at 4:00PM
Mike Ward has 40 years of experience in writing proposals, managing grants and building philanthropic assets, primarily in the field of rural community development. He is responsible for tens of millions of dollars in support of rural programs in Mississippi from foundations, corporations and governmental agencies. Mike is a founding board member of the Mississippi Center for Nonprofits, and holds professional degrees in social work, law and public administration.
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