Want to write winning grant applications?
Have you ever written a cracker grant application for an excellent project only to discover it hasn’t been successful?
Disappointing huh. Not only is this a waste of your time, it’s likely your progress on your community project will also slow down.
While there are certainly some easy tips to improve your actual grant writing (which are shared in the course), believe it or not, successful applications aren’t always about the words on the paper.
You read correctly. In a highly competitive funding market a well written, what we call a ‘good’ application isn’t enough to get you over the line.
Your grant applications need to be great. It isn’t rocket science, but there are some tricks that you need to learn.
Great applications that win the $$ are strategic, aligned to the funding criteria, clearly demonstrate demand, have a vocal cheer squad and demonstrate value for money.
If you think the course is only about writing the grant, think again – I want you to write GREAT grant applications.
Included in the course
The course includes:
• 19 step by step lessons to guide you through the funding process
• Free access to the online Community Practitioner Academy Members only group where you can brainstorm your community program management challenges with a range of practitioners and peers
• A free copy of the 80-page grant writing e-book (valued at $18.95)
The course has been developed by Community Practitioner Academy founder, Kerry Grace. Kerry has over two decades of experience in grant writing in this time winning many highly contestable grants for small community groups, Councils and Not for Profits.
As the CEO of Regional Development Australia Mid North Coast and Director of Evolve Group Network Kerry has advised hundreds of entities on their grants, and delivered grant writing workshops for many years.
Kerry crafted this course to make the grant writing process easier, less time consuming and more strategic – to put it simple, to turn your good grant application into a great grant application.