San Diego: Joy of Writing Grants

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People responsible for raising funds for their organizations, schools and cities will get the “inside tips” from an experienced professional who has evaluated more than 10,000 grant proposals and trained over 3,000 people on how to write more effective proposals.

Are You Missing Out On Getting Money? Attend “The Joy Of Writing Grants” Workshop

(PRWEB) October 15, 2005 -- People responsible for raising funds for their organizations, schools and cities will get the “inside tips” from an experienced professional who has evaluated more than 10,000 grant proposals and trained over 3,000 people on how to write more effective proposals.

A workshop will be held November 3 from 9 am to 4:30 pm at Quality Inn, 2901 Nimitz Blvd., San Diego.

Conducted by Don Myers, a 25-year veteran of writing, evaluating and managing local, state and federal grants for two Western states, the workshop will cover finding sources of grants, mistakes to avoid, types of grants available, major components of a grant proposal and finding Internet funding sources, among other subjects.

There are billions of dollars in grants available for practically anybody and everything and Myers wants to help organizations get their share.

Open to representatives and employees of municipal, county, state, school and nonprofit organizations, workshop fees are $225 per person for professionals and $175 for those connected with nonprofit organizations. Group rates are available upon request.

To register, call toll free 1-888-829-0837. Registration can also be conducted online at http://www.rcsgrantwriting.com.

In addition to his on-site seminar, Myers also has produced a book on his program as well as a DVD that mirrors his seminar, which features innovative and proven techniques to improve anyone’s skills in preparing more successful grant applications.

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