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Trailblazer Series: 5 Tips for Securing Grants - Fully Booked

A leadership talk for grassroots organizations

09/12/2015
When: 09/12/2015
6:30 PM
Where: Volunteer Toronto's Office
344 Bloor Street West
Suite 404
Toronto, Ontario  M5S 3A7
Canada
Presenter: Anne Morais
Contact: Camara Chambers
416 961 6888 ext 224

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This session is now fully booked and there are no more spaces available.

If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please click here to give us your details and we will contact you if a space arises.  

The next Trailblazer leadership talk will be on Thursday January 28th 2016 on
Increasing Diversity and Inclusion In Your Organization.

 


 

Trailblazer Series: 5 Tips for Securing Grants

Volunteer Toronto's Trailblazer Series is a set of leadership talks specifically for people who manage volunteer-run non-profit organizations and groups in Toronto. The talks provide an opportunity for local leaders to hear from peers and experts on how to overcome common challenges faced by organizations with no paid staff and limited resources.

5 Tips for Securing Grants
Do you want to support your organization by finding grants but don’t know where to start? This talk will introduce you to the basics of grant seeking and writing.  

The Facilitator:
Anne Morais has been writing successful grants for over 15 years. She has raised a total of 12 million dollars to support social service delivery in Toronto. With a Bachelor of Education, a Masters in Philosophy and years of professional experience, Anne has the winning combination to help you advance your organizations' programs into funded realities.

The leadership talks are free of charge and advance registration is required so book now to secure your space!

Please note that the Trailblazer Series events are only open to people involved in leading non-profits groups that are solely run by volunteers. For our other sessions that are open to organizations who have paid staff, please click here. 

 



 Details:

Date: Wednesday December 9th 2015 

Time:  Please arrive between 6pm and 6.30pm for registration and light refreshments. The leadership talk will start promptly at 6.30pm and will end at 8pm. 

Venue:              Volunteer Toronto, 344 Bloor Street West, Suite 404, Toronto, Ontario M5S 3A7
The closest intersection is Bloor and Spadina which is a two minute walk away

 TTC:  Spadina subway station or Spadina streetcar

 


 

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Toronto, ON
M5S 3A7

T. 416-961-6888
F. 416.961.6859

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