The Hawai‘i Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations (HANO) has long been a ‘go to’ resource for Hawai‘i nonprofits seeking training in proposal writing, and it recently launched an on-demand webinar, “Practicing Good Grantsmanship in Hawai‘i.”
The four-part webinar shares best practices in writing proposals to Hawaiʻi trusts and foundations. Parts I through III are led by HANO’s Director of Professional Development, Jennifer Cornish Creed, and are geared towards organizations that are writing grant proposals in-house rather than working with a professional grant writer. I was invited to contribute Part IV which shares some tips and best practices for those organizations considering whether to outsource their proposal writing to a seasoned grant writer.
You can get a sneak peek of my section of the webinar in this blog post which shares the slides on which my presentation is based. Of course, in HANO’s webinar version you’ll get the accompanying context and commentary 🙂
Limited time discount! From now through August 21, you’ll receive a 10% discount on your registration when you enter the coupon code GG-2019 at checkout. Visit HANO’s website to learn more + register.
Thoughts? Share them here: