Spark the Fire Essential Grantwriting Class
3410 W Fort George Wright Dr
Spokane, WA 99224
Learn the core skills for writing grants. It starts with learning where to find grants and understanding the application process. Then we’ll walk step by step through writing every section of the proposal. We’ll end with how to submit the application and build long-term, meaningful relationships with grantmakers.
Cost of the class is $95 when you register at least two weeks prior to the class. After that, it is $115. Registration includes coffee / tea bar, comprehensive handbook, and a great collection of digital templates.
Register at www.sparkthefiregrantwriting.com
Join me to learn about the art of grantwriting. Each class is hands-on and interactive so you can learn alongside your peers. These classes are perfect for those who are new to the field as well as for experienced fundraisers looking for a professional development tune-up.
Tuesday, September 26th
Bainbridge Public Library
1270 Madison Ave N
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Early Bird – Tuesday, Sept. 12th
Wednesday, October 11th
The Olympia Center
222 Columbia St NW
Olympia, WA 98501
Early Bird Deadline- Wednesday, September 27th
QUOTES FROM PAST PARTICIPANTS
“Allison has a comprehensive and engaging approach to grantwriting that leaves the attendees motivated and inspired for their next grant.”
“Open, honest, and sincere information shared. It’s clear that Allison has a history, passion, and dedication for grantwriting.”
“Very interesting! I was engaged and it made me excited to go and write my next grant.”
“Allison was able to answer each question with practical knowledge and great suggestions.”
“I appreciated how organized it was, corresponding to the grant writing process and tracked in the handbook.”
“Love the handbooks. It’s so nice to have all my notes and materials in one place.”
“I feel like I’ve learned the fundamentals of grantwriting. This was a great beginner course. Thank you!”
Results are in! Participants from the Essential Grantwriting Class in Seattle on 9/13 reported gave their feedback on anonymous evaluations.
• 100% rated the overall quality as excellent/good.
• 100% rated the trainer’s knowledge as excellent/good.
• 100% rated the written materials as excellent/good.
• 100% rated the answers to questions as excellent/good.
• 100% would very likely/likely recommend this training.
Allison has more than twenty years’ experience writing grants and over ten years’ experience as a freelance grantwriter. She has taught over fifty grantwriting classes to hundreds of non-profit professionals in the last four years. Allison has secured millions of dollars in grants from foundations, corporations, and government sources for the community. Allison is an Approved Specialist in the Statewide Nonprofit Resource Directory.