Feb 2, 2020: New Chapter in Alameda County (Alameda, CA Chapter)
We are thrilled to share that our new Grants To You chapter will be located in Livermore and that the chapter is associated with TVNPA which stands for the Tri-Valley Non-profit Alliance. The new Area Coordinator and instructor will be Jane Ayote. Shortly, we will enter newly scheduled classes so that you can help a nonprofit of your choice with their grant research and writing. To contact Jane, please call (925) 209-1189. Thank you
Jan 25, 2018: new workshops coming (Saratoga County, NY Chapter)
There will be a workshop primarily for Skidmore students on March 2, 2:30 - 4 and March 3, 8:30 - 4 on the Skidmore campus. Attendance at both sessions is required. Community volunteers for not-for-profits may join this class but registration priority will go to students. Enrollment is limited to 12. Contact email@example.com for questions.
Jan 24, 2018: New workshop announced (Saratoga County, NY Chapter)
The next workshop on where to find funding, how to write a great proposal and make an effective project budget will take place on April 20: 2:30-5 and April 21: 8:30-3:30. For questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Oct 20, 2017: Next workshops November 11-12 (Saratoga County, NY Chapter)
The next workshop will again be at Skidmore. If you or someone you know are interested, please register soon. The class is filling up quickly. Attendance at both the Friday afternoon and Saturday sessions are required. Topics to be covered include where to search, how to organize and write a good proposal and what are the elements of an effective budget.
Feb 24, 2017: May 5-6 workshop now full (Saratoga County, NY Chapter)
Enrollment is closed for the workshop on May 5-6, 2017. If you are interested in being placed on a waiting list, or want to be informed about future workshop dates, please contact email@example.com.
Sep 13, 2016: October 22 and 29, 2016 Classes (Ventura County, CA Chapter)
Jessica Nimoy will provide instruction for the new classes in October. Be sure to register before the class is full. This will be the last 2016 class--help your favorite nonprofit with grant research and writing while you learn a new skill!