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Learn essential grant skills in only 2 days!

Scranton Area Community Foundation’s Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence is now accepting applications for our Essential Grant Skills capacity building workshop, facilitated by The Grantsmanship Center.

Whether you’re new to grant proposal writing or you’re looking for a professional grant development tune-up, this two-day workshop will give you a thorough overview of the entire grant proposal development process and will help you update your skills to sharpen your competitive edge.

Essential Grant Skills
Tuesday, May 14 and Wednesday, May 15, 2019
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Hilton Scranton
(100 Adams Ave, Scranton)

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As a graduate of this Essential Grant Skills workshop, you will receive a complimentary, six-month Associate Alumni Membership from The Grantsmanship Center, which will help you find funders through GrantDomain, a database of foundation, corporate, and federal grantmakers and help you upgrade your own skills with tuition discounts on other training programs, publications, and consulting services. To learn more about The Grantsmanship Center, please visit https://www.tgci.com/training/essentialgrantskills-2-day.


Space for this workshop is limited. Registration includes breakfast and lunch. This training is offered FREE of charge, through support from the Scranton Area Community Foundation’s Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence and the Moses Taylor Foundation.

PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is valued at $495 per person. Because this workshop is a two-day commitment and there is a maximum of 40 seats, a $50 deposit is required at the time of applying, refunded to you after attending the full workshop.

Please note that only one individual per organization will be eligible to attend this workshop in order to allow a maximum number of organizations to attend. Applicants that did not attend the 2017 offering of this class will have preference. Thank you for your cooperation. 


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For questions about this capacity building workshop or other opportunities offered by the Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence, please contact the Scranton Area Community Foundation’s Director of Administration and Projects, Maggie Martinelli at Maggie@safdn.org.