Grant Writing Basics Virtual Workshop

Grant Writing Basics Virtual Workshop

Since the Fall of 2022, Community Development Extension Educators from across the state delivered three grant writing workshops, where a total of approximately 225 participants from nonprofits to local governments learned the basics of grant writing. Grant writing is an essential skill for building organizational and financial capacity. 

Are you a nonprofit, business, or government leader in Wisconsin in need of grant writing skills? Sign up for this informative and hands-on virtual training on grant writing. 

You will learn:

  • The outline of a common grant proposal.
  • Where to look for funding for your organization.
  • The most common grant writing mistakes.
  • And MORE!

Experienced Extension Educators from Kewaunee & Brown Counties, Winnebago & Outagamie Counties, Sawyer County & Lac Courte Oreilles Tribe, and Wood County will co-lead the workshop to make it informative, fun, and interactive!

Pick a session that works for your schedule:

Monday, February 26, 6:00-8:00 pm – REGISTER HERE:

Wednesday, February 28, 9:00-11:00 am – REGISTER HERE: 

Language interpretation available in Hmong/Hmoob and Spanish → Request interpretation by: February 9

→ Testimonial from a 2.15.2023 participant:

Having zero experience with grants, everything today was very helpful. The most important things I learned were a few places to look for grants and where to do research on the grantors and the opening activity to frame the planning with those four questions – the proposed program, how it relates to the organization’s mission, the capacity to carry out the program, and who will benefit from it.