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Grantseeker Information Webinar

Time: February 11, 2014 from 12:30pm to 2:30pm
Location: Online or in person at The Community Foundation
Street: 70 Audubon St.
City/Town: New Haven, CT 06510
Website or Map: https://www.google.com/maps/p…
Phone: 203-777-7076
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: The Community Foundation for GNH
Latest Activity: Feb 10, 2014

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Event Description

Is your nonprofit organization seeking a grant to run a specific program, for general operations or to strengthen your capacity?

Don't miss our

Grantseeker Information Webinar*
 
Learn:

  • how to apply for the Responsive Grant process 
  • the timeline from start to finish
  • the review process and scoresheets
  • applications and attachments
  • how to fill out the logic model

The Community Foundation Staff Presenters:

Sarah Fabish, Director of Grants & Scholarships
Denise Canning, Grants Manager
Christina Ciociola, Knowledge & Evaluation Director
Jackie Downing, Program Officer

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70 Audubon St., New Haven                   Register Now

space is limited; please register early

Applications Are Online!

You don't have to wait for the Grantseeker Webinar to start your application. Visit our website. The application deadline is March 28, 2014.


*This webinar is free and for nonprofits serving the 20-town region of The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, including the five towns served by its affiliate, the Valley Community Foundation. Webinar participation is strongly encouraged, even for experienced Responsive Grant applicants. However, it is not required. For more grant information and eligibility criteria, visit www.cfgnh.org/grants or www.valleyfoundation.org/grants.

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