Dawn Brown to Share The Secrets to Writing Winning Grants at Chamber Business Growth Series

Are you new to the grant writing scene?  Do you want to be a better grant writer?  Do you want win more grant awards and further your mission? If the answer to any of these questions is “Yes!” then the Marion-Grant County Chamber of Commerce has got the opportunity for you.  Dawn Brown, Executive Director of the Community Foundation of Grant County, will share The Secrets to Writing Winning Grants during the second session of the Chamber’s 2015 Business Growth Series on Thursday, April 23rd.

Business Growth Series

Session 2: The Secrets to Writing Winning Grants

Presented by: Dawn Brown, The Community Foundation of Grant County

April 23, 2015

8:30 AM – 10 AM

Chamber Conference Room (215 S. Adams St.)

You’ll leave with an advantage over other applicants as well as documentation on good prospects, funding resources, the six deadly sins of grantsmanship, and the 10 most common reasons grants are declined along with ways to publicize your successful grant and awesome funder when you’re victorious!

Growing your business is not easy. This series will help you develop a clear vision and provide the necessary tools to position you and your staff to achieve success. The Growth Series is free for Chamber members and $25 for non-Chamber members. To register, call the Chamber at (765) 664.5107. Space is limited!

About The Community Foundation of Grant County:

The mission of the Community Foundation of Grant County is to connect people, resources, and causes to promote sustainable impact towards the betterment of Grant County.

About the Chamber:

The Marion-Grant County Chamber of Commerce is focused on fostering a healthy and vibrant local economy. To cultivate an environment for business growth and sustainability, the Chamber has pledged to provide business support, networking opportunities, advocacy, educational and peer outreach for the business community.

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