YMCA of Middle Tennessee Brings
Comprehensive Federal Grant Proposal Writing Workshop
to Nashville to Help Nonprofits & Government Agencies
NASHVILLE, TN – January 28, 2013 – YMCA of Middle Tennessee will host the Competing for Federal Grants training March 11-15, 2013. This intensive, five-day, hands-on workshop for nonprofit and government grant seekers will prepare participants to read and interpret federal application guidelines; prepare a work plan for proposal development; cultivate effective, well-documented arguments; and assemble proposals that follow guidelines and respond to the funder’s requirements. This training will be conducted by The Grantsmanship Center. To register or get more information, contact The Grantsmanship Center at (800) 421-9512 or www.tgci.com.
To ensure personal attention, registration is limited to 25 participants. Tuition for this training is $1195 ($1095 if paid 30 or more days in advance) and includes a year’s free access to The Grantsmanship Center’s exclusive online databases of government, foundation and corporate funding sources (a $495 value); a proposal review by the workshop trainer; as well as discounts on publications and future trainings.
About The Grantsmanship Center:
Founded in 1972 by Norton J. Kiritz, the Center was created to provide expert grantsmanship training to nonprofit and government agencies. Each year thousands of graduates nationwide complete their training and join the Center’s roster of more than 135,000 alumni.
About the YMCA of Middle Tennessee:
For over 130 years, the YMCA of Middle Tennessee has been guided by its Christian mission and values to strengthen the foundations of their community and nurture the potential of the men, women and children who call the greater-Nashville area home. As a leading nonprofit dedicated to meeting community needs, they engage people across 12 counties, giving more than 329,000 of their neighbors—nearly half of them kids—the chance to learn, grow and thrive.