Free, virtual workshop hosted by Union County for non-profits.
The Union County Board of County Commissioners is pleased to invite non-profit organizations to attend Successful Grant-Seeking, a free professional development workshop on Tuesday, June 7 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM. The event is hosted and coordinated by the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs.
“This workshop is one of the opportunities the County of Union provides for non-profits and civic organizations to achieve their full potential. Their success benefits all Union County residents by strengthening our artistic and cultural quality of life,” said Commissioner Chair Rebecca Williams.
Organizations that have received funding through Union County’s Local Arts, History, and HEART grant programs are especially encouraged to attend the workshop. Other non-profit organizations based in New Jersey are also welcome.
Registration is required to access the Zoom link. Please click here to register.
Participants will receive guidance and insights about the grant-making landscape in New Jersey including the different types of funders, how to research funder organizations and identify which grants to apply for, and what funders currently look for and focus on.
The Successful Grant-Seeking workshop will be led by a panel of seasoned experts in the field of grant-making in New Jersey, who will provide resources, actionable steps and practical tips for real-world success in receiving funding:
Theresa Jacks, Acting President and CEO of the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers, has been instrumental in strengthening CNJG’s leadership work, building relationships with partners, and guiding policy and advocacy efforts.
Linda Czipo is President and CEO of the New Jersey Center for Nonprofits, New Jersey’s statewide network and champion for the charitable community. The Center strengthens nonprofits individually and as a community through public policy, professional education and guidance, trainings, conferences and cost-saving services.
Leigh Clark, the Business & Funding Information Librarian at the New Jersey State Library’s Information Center, assists nonprofits in using the free resources available through the State Library to find funding and grow their organizations.
Annmarie Puleio is Executive Director of The Fred C. Rummel Foundation, a private foundation supporting non-profit organizations throughout New Jersey. Her extensive work on grant-funded programs has spanned both the grant-making and grant-seeking sectors.
Successful Grant-Seeking is funded in part by a grant from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.
For more information, please contact the Union County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, a division of the Department of Parks and Recreation, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-558-2550, or visit online at ucnj.org/cultural.
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