Do you have a project idea you would like to get funding for? Learn how to write a strong grant proposal and secure funding for your local projects! This hands-on workshop will introduce CCRP supported safety networks to the world of community grants, and share tips on what funders look for. It will go through the various stages of developing a local project – from brainstorming to making a budget. You will have a chance to share and explore your project ideas at the workshop.
Facilitator: Marisol Fornoni
Marisol Fornoni has worked with non-profits, social enterprises and incubators across the Greater Toronto Area to diversify their revenue streams and create realistic sustainability plans since 2012. She is an experienced fundraiser and currently works with organizations to implement and test their social enterprise ideas. She has worked with organizations like the Centre for Social Innovation, Art Reach, George Brown College and Action Canada for Sexual Health & Right to explore social entrepreneurship and implement their fundraising strategies. She is a seasoned grant writer.
TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 5:30 - 7:30PM ON ZOOM (Register below)
Note, this workshop will be offered again in the fall.
Brought to you by the Safety Network Development Pilot, a partnership between Social Planning Toronto and the City of Toronto (Community Crisis Response Program).