hive@central: Nonprofit Navigator - Grant Writing 102: Identify Types of Contributions/Estimate Funds Required to Operate

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Burton Barr Central Library

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Grant Writing 102 is a series of interactive courses focusing on where to look for grants and the designated places that support your specific project.

Presented by the Cooperative Collaboration Coalition | Animals & Humans in Disaster Inc.

Identify different types of contributions – Learn about the contributions nonprofits can accept and which may benefit your organization. Gain an understanding of the requirements that are most critical to your project, and practice how that is conveyed by writing a paragraph for your grant.

Estimate the amount of funds required to operate your organization – Learn how to analyze how to use funds and how to estimate what to ask for when applying for a grant. You will be able to determine what are the top requirements to keeping your nonprofit’s doors open, and which are the most important expenses in your organization.

hive @ central is a free entrepreneurial business resource center located on the 2nd floor of the Burton Barr Central Library. For more information, please visit our hive website, call (602) 262-4636 during our business hours or email

Event Type(s): Careers & Business, Adult Education
Age Group(s): Adults

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