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Grant Writing Basics Virtual Workshop

Monday, February 26, 2024, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.   /or/   Wednesday, February 28, 2024, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. CLASS FULL

 Register here or scan the QR code below.

Are you a nonprofit, business, or government leader in Wisconsin in need of grant writing skills? Sign up for this informative and hands-on virtual training on grant writing.
Key takeways include:This workshop will equip you with the basic skills of grant writing, an increasingly essential method for raising money to fund projects or programs for your organization.

Discover the how and where to look for funding to match your organization’s needs. Find out about 990 Forms, where to find them, and what can they tell you to help you narrow your search for a grant that would meet your project need. Find out where there are grant libraries and why you would visit them. Learn tips on writing a grant proposals. The workshop will cover the components of a grant proposal. The workshop will look at how a needs assessment, program planning, and evaluation fit into a proposal format. Look at some basic strategies for determining budget requests and working with funding agencies.

Experienced Extension Educators will co-lead the workshop to make it informative, fun, and interactive!

Questions? Contact one of our presenters:Can't make it, and want to be notified if a later workshop is available? Complete this interest form.

Extension can provide information, training, and direction based on the goals of your organization. After an initial assessment, Extension will develop a flexible class schedule and plan, working with your organization to best determine class location and format to maximize attendance and return. Click here for more information. To schedule a session, please contact Patrick Nehring at 920-391-4616 or

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If you need an interpreter, materials in multilingual or alternate formats or other accommodations to access Custom Training and Support programs, activities, or services, please contact Patrick Nehring at as soon as possible to learn how to take the appropriate next steps. It is important to do this early in your planning process and prior to the scheduled event so that proper arrangements can be made in a timely fashion.
Discuss timely topics with a small group of peers and invited discussants who share knowledge and participate in a Q&A. Leader Conversation sessions are free, but registration required. Upon registering a meeting zoom link will be sent. Review upcoming topics and register to attend here.

 If you have questions, please do not hesitate to reach out. Contact Patrick Nehring, Community Development Educator/Professor, at 920-391-4616 or

You can find additional nonprofit resources by visiting the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's Nonprofit Education & Development Network hub.