How to Find and Get Grants for Businesses and Nonprofits
Presenter: Margit Brazda Poirier
Are you looking to diversify your revenue stream with grant funding? Grants for businesses are generally just one source of revenue in supporting small business development. They could be a great complement to a loan or other source that comes with interest rates attached, such as bank lines of credit. Yet many don’t seek out grant opportunities, mainly because they don’t know where to go. This session will focus on how to find and get grants for your business or nonprofit organization.
Three Key Learnings The Audience Will Take Away From This Program.
- Learn how to find grant opportunities for your organization.
- Understand what is required in a "typical" grant application and how you can be prepared.
- Discover ways to partner with businesses and/or nonprofits to leverage your resources and get grants.
Here is a short video relating to Margit's presentation, "The Power of Grants."
Margit Brazda Poirier is a nationally Certified Grant Professional and Owner and Founder of Grants4Good LLC. She created the company in 2009 to help nonprofits and businesses find and get grants. Margit has written and received numerous grants from federal, state, foundation, and corporate sources – and she has the unique perspective of understanding both grant seeking and grant making, given her experience leading a prominent New York foundation. In addition to grant development, Margit’s strengths include technical writing, board facilitation, project management, and specialized training for boards and staff.
Grants4Good LLC is certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council and is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Grant Professionals Association, and the Rochester Professional Consultants Network.
Refreshments will be available.
A "Tip Jar" is also provided. Your contribution is appreciated.
Here's a Map to 570 South Ave., Rochester
. Entrance and free parking in the rear of the building (Averill & Hamilton)