Thursday, May 28th, 2015
9:30am to 3:30pm
Montgomery’s Inn, 4709 Dundas Street West, Toronto http://www.montgomerysinn.com/come-visit/visit/
Registration: $85 per person
The best pitch wins. Using real cases, demystify the process of creating a winning grant proposal and work though the hard questions facing project proponents as they vie for increasingly scarce grant money, including:
- How do I find the right funder for my project?
- How can I craft a strong budget that I won’t regret come reporting time?
- What kind of value am I delivering and how do I communicate it?
- What is mission drift, and why is it happening to me?
- What if a funder just isn’t that into me?
- What about ethics, optics, and the other things no one told me about the business of raising money?
Participants will leave the workshop with concrete examples of best practices, tools to bring back to work, and some fresh thinking about how, and why, we raise money.
Bio: Terri LeRoux
Terri LeRoux is a non-profit management professional and serial volunteer, and has been active in raising money and promoting outdoor connection with many organizations including Hike Ontario, the Ontario Trails Council, and the Learning Disabilities Association Peel Region. As Executive Director of the Credit Valley Conservation Foundation, Terri has helped the organization raise millions of dollars for honest, in-the-ground environmental work that would make Mother Nature proud.
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