Grant writing workshop set for April

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The “Writing Successful Grants Proposals” workshops, a two-session grant writing class, will be held on April 8 and 15 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the GRLIC office on Main Street, Roxbury.

The workshop will emphasize writing compelling, concise and well-crafted grant proposals. Workshop topics are developing a grant concept, finding funders, establishing goals and objectives, writing the narrative, making a budget, developing a work plan and gathering letters of support.

Kevin Hodne will lead the workshop. He has written over $7 million in successful grants in the areas of education, agriculture and economic and community development.
The workshop fee is $65 for both sessions. A notebook with resources and sample grant proposals is available for $30.

For more information about the workshop, and to request a registration form, contact Kevin Hoden at 607 434-8254 or by email at hodnekevin@yahoo.com