HOW TO FIND GRANT MONEY? THE RFP RESEARCH PROCESS
Requests for Proposals (RFP’s) are formal announcements that corporations, foundations, and government entities (local, county, state, and federal) use to share information about the availability of grant money.
The RFP’s describe the types of programs for which funding will be provided, the service areas in which funding can be used, the target clientele that the funding will support, and the deadline for submitting the grant proposal in response to the RFP. This class teaches you how to locate RFP’s that are compatible with the vision and goals of your nonprofit organization.
Specifically, you learn how to complete the following tasks:
- analyze RFPs to determine compatibility
- create RFP tracker databases
- respond to RFP announcements
Class Name: How to Find Grant Money? The RFP Research Process
Class Date: April 15, 2017
Class Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm EST
Class Location: Steel Creek Public Library, Charlotte, NC
FREE CLASS – REGISTRATION FORM