Course Detail: BUS115 - A to Z Grant Writing
Learn how to utilize trusted grant-research databases to locate funding opportunities, how to expedite and navigate the grant planning process and engage stakeholders, and how to outline information needed for the executive summary. You will also learn the process and benefits of getting peer reviews.
- Grant Writer Roles
- Grant Funding Research
- Grant Writing Planning Process
- Intro to Peer Review and Constructive Feedback
- Executive Summary
- Statement of Need for Funding
- Benefit to Target Population
- Project Goals and Measurable Objectives
- Evidence-Based Solutions to Address the Need
- Funding Outcomes and Evaluation
- Developing a Project Budget
Registration and Enrollment
This course is offered 100% online. Visit the website for session information.
Dr. Beverly Browning is a grant writing consultant and visionary who uses thought leadership to work with nonprofit organizations struggling with the woes of revenue stream imbalances. She has been researching grant funding, grantmaking trends, and board-related barriers to nonprofit capacity building for over 40 years. Together she and her team have helped her clients win over $750 million in grant awards.
She is the founder and director of the Grant Writing Training Foundation and Bev Browning, LLC. She is the author of 44 grant writing publications, including six editions of Grant Writing for Dummies and the 6th edition of Nonprofit Kit for Dummies.