The “Grants for Learning” workshop will introduce teachers and other education professionals to the grant writing process and provide resource information on how to obtain grant funding to support classroom instruction and educational activities.
The workshop cost is $10.00 to cover expenses for printed materials and resource listing. For additional information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application or complete contact form below. . Pre-registration is required for this workshop. The registration deadline is Tuesday, July 3, 2012.
Workshop presenters include Kinston Promise Neighborhood volunteer leader Theresa Ann Williams and Brenda Griffin, a fourth grade teacher at Southeast Elementary School.
Theresa Williams is a Kinston native and nonprofit consultant with over 20 years grant writing experience. She has written successful grant proposals to Youth Service America, NC Department of Social Services TANF After-school Grant program; NC Department of Public Instruction 21st Century Learning Centers; NC Committee on Dropout Prevention; NC Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, Points of Light Foundation; Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation; NC DPI Learn and Serve America, Compassion Capital Fund; Southern Partners Fund, Philip Morris USA; Catholic Campaign for Human Development, Open Society Institute, Bridge Builders Foundation, Bank of America Foundation, North Carolina Civic Education Consortium, National Alliance of Faith and Justice and more.
Brenda uses her writing talents to secure funding for programs to benefit her students and her school. Her successful grant applications have included:
North Carolina Grassroots Arts Grant; NCCTM (North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics); Target Field Trip Grant; Lenoir County Community Foundation Grant; Bisquick Pancake Nation Grant; Dollar General Literacy; and Lenoir County Education Foundation Mini-Grant