Online Workshop: Grant Writing for Impact

  • 07 Dec 2022
  • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Online
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Grant Writing for Impact


Whether you’re a first-time grant writer or have some experience, this workshop is for you! Your trainer for the day will guide you through the necessary components of grant writing: research, building a strong narrative, the budget process, and reporting. Additionally, we will address the importance of relationship building and stewardship in that process. Grant applications should not be viewed as a way to simply fund operations, but as a tool to measure growth and impact. This class will help participants understand how to position themselves to be competitive in the nonprofit landscape. The presenter will share her 15 years of experience with grant writing, both pitfalls and successes. At the conclusion, there will be time for questions, with the opportunity to discuss participants’ unique challenges with grant writing

A recording of this event will be shared with registered participants, though any activity in breakout rooms cannot be captured.


Schedule

10:00AM – 12:00PM Presentation

12:00PM – 12:30PM Q&A


Your Presenter


Sabrina Y. Jones gets excited about meeting the community's needs by building successful collaborations! As a wife, mom, full-time director with the ever-growing Mariners’ Museum and Park, and a cake designer, helping to build people’s capacity in the area of grant writing is a passion of hers. Her belief is that these essential skills are in high demand, and with the right tools, this expertise can be of great value to any organization.

Sabrina is the Director of Strategic Partnerships for the Mariners’ Museum and Park in Newport News, responsible for supporting the Museum’s mission through corporate, foundation and government grants. Her role focuses on building of strategic partnerships with key stakeholders to serve the needs of the community. Sabrina is an entrepreneur and owner of a cake design business and has spent her 20-year professional career in private, government, with the last 9 years in the non-profit sector. Her experience includes public relations, community development, strategic planning, directing regional initiatives, grant writing, as well as program development and implementation. Sabrina has an undergraduate degree from Norfolk State University in Mass Communications and Public Relations and a graduate degree in Public Administration & Non-Profit Management from Old Dominion University. She serves on the board of Newport News Educational Foundation and Alternatives, Inc. Sabrina is married to her best friend of 26 years, Ronald, and has a 13-year old son, Eric.


Attending an Online Workshop

To participate in this online workshop you will need access to a computer or mobile device with an internet connection. We will be using Zoom to host this workshop as an online videoconference. Once you register, you will immediately be sent instructions for logging in via automatically sent email.

If you do not have access to a computer or mobile device with an internet connection, you will still be able to call in on a telephone, but you will unfortunately not be able to see any of the participants or visuals. 


Online registration will be open through December 7. Attendance is limited to 20 people; register soon to save your spot!

Registration for MAM members is $20. Non-members pay $35.

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