EFFECTIVE GRANT WRITING: FROM IDEA TO PROPOSAL With Parul Pandya Monday 28 June, 1-3PM Workshop (Zoom), ASL Interpretation + Live Captioning will be available during the workshop. Explore the essential components of a
EFFECTIVE GRANT WRITING: FROM IDEA TO PROPOSAL
With Parul Pandya
Monday 28 June, 1-3PM
Workshop (Zoom), ASL Interpretation + Live Captioning will be available during the workshop.
Explore the essential components of a grant proposal, including the do’s and don’ts, writing best practices, and preparing a budget. Special attention will be given to how to articulate your project’s potential impact and how it addresses the granting program’s goals.
Please consider having on hand one of your own proposals or applications – either something that has been unsuccessful or one you intend to submit. There will be an opportunity to work on your proposal through interactive exercises during the workshop.
Parul Pandya is the Founder of Community Impact Consulting and has been skillfully working in non-profit in various roles through the past decade, including as a community builder, consultant, programmer and producer. After managing community granting for the largest government funder in Canada, she received much interest for continued collective impact by being asked to serve organizations in a variety of capacities. Her attraction to advocacy emerged with her work as a Queer South Asian freelance writer/poet, over two decades ago. She has a deep passion for ethics and social justice, which she teaches at Centennial College. Her approach to exchange is a high-engagement approach, encouraging participation through self-reflection, empathy, creativity and common understanding.
If you have any questions, please contact Programming and Communications Coordinator Laura Chaignon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop is presented with the support of the City of Kingston.
(Monday) 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Kingston Arts Council