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Grant Writing Training

U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Center for Faith-Based & Community Initiatives is Offering [GRANT WRITING TRAINING] LEARN HOW TO PREPARE A SUCCESSFUL GRANT APPLICATION Discover how to develop a solid grant proposal, perform group activities to enhance the learning experience and find federal funding opportunities. HUD's Grant Writing Training is for agencies and nonprofits who are seeking information on how to develop a grant application for funding to support a proposed program or project.

Training topics include grant proposal writing techniques, how to access Government funds, researching grant resources, common factors for award and more. This is a basic class intended to assist organizations gain a greater understanding of what it takes to construct a good, competitive grant application.

Materials will be sent via email prior to the session. Participants are to download and bring the materials to the session. Hard copies of the materials will NOT be available at the workshop.

There is no cost to participate in this training.

Event Date: July 31, 2012 - August 1, 2012

Event Time: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM daily

Location: Urbandale Public Library

3520 86th Street

Urbandale, IA 50322

Registration is required due to limited space; a maximum of two persons per agency/group may attend. Meals and lodging will be on your own. To register please click the following



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For questions regarding the training contact:

Julie Sleeper

(515) 284-4366 julie.k.sleeper@hud.gov

Grant Training Flyer


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