Join Caitlin Seifritz from the FreeLibrary for the Philadelphia Reentry Coalition's two part Grant Writing Series.
Part one will focus on how to find funding opportunities and learn what funders are looking for in nonprofits seeking grants. During this virtual workshop you will learn:
who funds nonprofits
what funders want to know about organizations they are interested in funding
how to identify potential funders and make the first approach
To register for Part 1, click here
Part two will provide you with an overview of how to write a standard project proposal. It will include:
The basic elements of a proposal
The "do's" and "don'ts" of writing and submitting a proposal
How to follow up whether the answer is yes or no
To register for Part 2, click here
About the Presenter
Caitlin Seifritz is the Nonprofit Services Supervisor at the Regional Foundation Center. In this role, Caitlin assists nonprofit professionals with accessing RFC's resources, plans and executes programs, and provides outreach to the community about how the RFC supports local nonprofits. Additionally, Caitlin is a certified FDO trainer and expert and has taught dozens of workshops on topics relevant to nonprofit professionals. She has been working at the Free Library for over nine years and part of the RFC team for over six years. Before working at the Free Library, Caitlin worked as a Special Projects Coordinator for a small, Brooklyn-based nonprofit organization that works with seniors and technology.
About the Regional Foundation Center
The Regional Foundation Center (RFC) is a nonprofit resource center at the Free Library of Philadelphia. The RFC has been serving Philadelphia’s nonprofit community since 1974 and offers access to research databases (such as Foundation Directory Online and DonorSearch), research appointments with librarians, and free professional development workshops. Through its comprehensive collection and professionally-certified staff librarians, the RFC promotes responsible nonprofit management and successful fundraising by nonprofit groups at all levels—from grassroots startups to established institutions. The RFC is part of Candid’s Funding Information Network.