Part 2: Grant Writing: Preparing high-quality applications that meet funder expectations

Part 2: Grant Writing: Preparing high-quality applications that meet funder expectations

Carnegie Community Engagement Network

Join us for part 2 from a 2-part webinar series hosted by Bianca Williams from Strategic Grants

An essential component of grants best practice is having the writing experience and skills internally to prepare robust funding submissions that succinctly provide strong evidence to support the project, rate highly and leave no unanswered question in the funders mind.

Join Bianca Williams, Grants Strategist at Strategic Grants, as she takes you through the key steps your organisation should adopt to be grant ready, how to utilise data to evidence need, the rules of grant writing and funders expectations.

Bianca is a Grants Strategist for Strategic Grants. She has held key positions across the organisation for over nine years. Bianca is a fundraising professional with 13+ years’ experience in marketing, fundraising, business development, event management and grant writing in the for-purpose sector. Her experience working within state-based, national and international charitable organisations including Make-A-Wish Foundation, Camp Quality and the Australian Red Cross, has provided valuable knowledge and understanding of the sector.  Bianca has extensive experience in developing grants strategies, funder engagement and stewardship, prospect identification, project packaging, Government Tender and grant writing. With her skills, experience and passion, she is well positioned to work with for-purpose organisations in establishing best practice grant-seeking and building a successful grants program.

This webinar is part of a 2-part series. Part 1 webinar is Project and Program Design: Building skills to develop “funder-ready” project proposals and will take place on Wednesday 28th February, 12-1pm. You can attend one or both. Please click here to register for Part 1.

About Strategic Grants
Strategic Grants is the provider of the Grants Expertise Management Systems, GEMS, the largest database of all funding available to NFPs across Australia and New Zealand. Their Trans-Tasman team is Australia and New Zealand’s most trusted team of grants specialists.

They have a heart for the charitable sector, working alongside for-purpose organisations and helping them grow successful grant-seeking strategies. They build your capacity to apply for and win grant funding, using extensive sector knowledge, research, strong writing, training, and robust processes.

Team SG is more than a group of consultants. We are a highly experienced team of fundraisers, strategists, and researchers who genuinely rejoice in our clients’ success.

This session is run as part of the Carnegie Community Engagement Network offerings. If you work, study, or partner with a member institution of the network you can access this session for free. Please get in touch with your Carnegie representative at your University or email for more information.

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*Please note this session will not be recorded.