Grant Writing Mastery for Any Grant: Win more in 2023
Writing grant and funding applications that are concise, precise, and on point isn’t a matter of luck or a dark art. It’s a method of designing your projects and a skill that you can polish. It’s all about learning how to identify the most important information in any given set of funding priorities, understanding how to respond to them, and developing some key skills around research and structure – whether you’re applying from Arts Council, international funds, commercial foundations, or small family trusts.
For this COMPLETELY ESSENTIAL Sprint we’ll be going through :
- The fundamentals of grant writing structure
- How to parse what grantmakers are really looking for
- Project budgeting 101
- Where to expand on your ideas – and where to cut back
- How to address questions about audience, impact, and evaluation
- How to address different funding audiences
CLASS + SEMINAR 1: Tuesday, November 15th, 2:00PM – 4:00PM BST
CLASS + SEMINAR 2: Tuesday, November 29th, 2:00PM – 4:00PM BST
What is a “Skills Sprint”?
- 2 x 60 minute taught class – led by an expert in creative business and entrepreneurship
- 2 x 40 minute group seminars – problem solve with peers in small group breakout sessions
- 1 x 30 minute mentoring session – focus on your questions or struggles with the topic to embed learning and apply it right away
- +Plus access to our online community forum and post-class networking & hang outs!
This class is suitable for a range of folks in the arts and culture sector, including freelancers, self-producing artists, sole traders, small companies, and individuals who want to grow their skill sets and networks. WHY US? We’ve been researching how best to support arts workers for the last 3 years.
[The contents of this class are designed to support financial decision-making and do not constitute financial advice. Please consult your accountant or financial advisor.]
Disclaimer: This event is happening in-person at Good Hotel in Royal Docks, and online. All events will be live captioned in English, with transcripts and audio recordings made available afterwards. The event will happen on the ground floor of Good Hotel. Facilities around the hotel are wheelchair accessible and accessible parking can be arranged through the hotel – just let us know! We are working towards having BSL interpreters as standard for these events, but aren’t quite there yet – for any accessibility needs or questions and requirements please reach out to Natalie at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll make sure we have what you need.