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Tips of the Trade: Successful Grant Writing for Your Non-Profit

Thursday, September 29, 2016
Anne Morais

You know there are grant opportunities out there but you don't have the time or you don't know where to look. You could outsource the task of finding relevant opportunities. Actually, stop here: researching and identifying potential funding opportunities should not be outsourced. It is an on-going task that should be embedded in your organization.

Whether you are a novice or experienced grant writer, this one hour webinar will improve your approach to identifying funding sources and creating winning proposals. Anne Morais, a seasoned grant writer and trainer will explore the Top Five with us:

  • Top five reasons why proposals are rejected;
  • Top five tips for writing successful grants; and
  • Top five best practices to improve your organizations capacity to seek and secure grants.


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Anne Morais, Grant Writer and Trainer

Anne Morais has been writing successful grants for over 15 years. She has raised over 12 million dollars to support social service, health and education programs in Toronto and abroad. Her passion is for Results-Based Management (RBM) and crafting Logic Models. Driven by RBM, Anne's approach to grant writing is not just about raising money.

Grant writing is about successful program development, clarity of mission, needs assessment, goal and outcome identification, strategic activity, work plans and evaluation. With a Bachelor of Education, a Masters in Philosophy and years of professional experience, Anne has the winning combination to help you advance your organizations' programs into funded realities.

Learn more about Anne's workshops and other training services.