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Fundamentals of Fundraising

Sat 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Topic: Nonprofit

The Grant Writing Series (FREE) (A certificate will be awarded) Successful, non-profit organizations often can find financial assistance by applying for and receiving grants. These three seminars have been especially created for individuals who desire information on how a non-profit organization can qualify to apply for grants, what steps should be taken when applying for a grant, how to complete the grant application, how and where find grants, and the fundamentals of fundraising. The presenter for this series will be non-profit specialist, Sam Gore. Certificate Requirements: A certificate, issued by the Small Business Center of Robeson Community College, will be issued showing attendees have completed six-hours of instruction in The Grant Writing Series. You must attend all three seminars to receive certification. Cost: These presentations are open to the public and provided FREE of charge. Registration: Please register for each seminar you would like to attend by following the instructions on page 20. If you do not have internet access, call 910-272-3631. Walk-ins are welcome as space allows. Location: All seminars will be presented in the Workforce Development Center, shown as Building 18 on the campus map on the back cover of this mailer. S 8:30 am-10:30 am 03/02/19 “Grant Writing 101” S 10:45 am-12:45 pm 03/02/19 “How and Where to Find Grants” S 1:45 pm-3:45 pm 03/02/19 “Fundamentals of Fundraising”

Speaker(s): Sam Gore

Fee: No Cost

Phone: 910-272-3631


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