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Events for April 10, 2019
Grant Writing Essentials
Presented by Paul Mastrodonato of Nonprofit Works Sponsored by Southern Tier West
April 9 and 10, 2019 9 am – 4 pm daily
Center for Regional Excellence, BOCES, Suite #100 4039 Route 219, Salamanca, NY 14779
Southern Tier West has partnered with Nonprofit Works of Saratoga Springs, NY to present a high-quality training for the emerging or intermediate grantseeker. Grant Writing Essentials offers a highly-applicable and practical training designed to fit the needs of local government, education, nonprofits, research, healthcare, and more. The training will build strong foundational skills and knowledge in all aspects of the grantseeking process, from designing impactful projects desirable to funders to managing funded projects.
$215 per person – a value-priced quality training!
Includes all training materials, customizable online templates, professional trainer, morning snacks and lunches
Optional: bring your own table or laptop
Registration and payment are requested by April 1, 2019
Phone: Kimberly LaMendola, 716-945-5301 x2211
8:30 am – 9:00 am: Registration, morning refreshments, networking
9:00 am – Noon: Training
Noon – 1:00 pm – lunch provided
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Training
Workshop Overview: This popular two-day course is intended to demystify the grants process for emerging and intermediate grant writers, and is an excellent way for administrators, program directors and staff, board members, and volunteers to gain a general understanding of the elements required for successful grants writing. Equal attention is given to the needs and interests of your organization, as well as the interests and requirements of grantmakers. Participants receive access to online templates and materials that they may customize for their organization, and a certificate of completion is provided.Find out more »
Your Land as Your Legacy – Conservation Values: A special invitation for women landowners.
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 – 9:00 AM -3:00 PM
at the Letchworth Pines, 6985 State Route 19a in Portageville, NY
Join women landowners, like yourself for a learning circle to find solutions for the legacy of your land.
Hear how you can get started planning.
Clarify your goals for your land for the future.
Understand the basic terminology that goes along with legacy planning.
Learn about the planning tools to preserve your land for future generations.
Explore opportunities for protecting your land for agriculture and conservation.
Discover ways to protect your land from the high costs of long-term care.
Find out how other women are planning for the future of their land.
Meet professionals who can help you with your plan.
Discussion will be informal and informative facilitated by Lynn Bliven and Joan Sinclair Petzen from Cornell Cooperative Extension. Legacy and conservation professionals Jerry Cosgrove, J.D. with American Farmland Trust and Dave Bojanowski from the Genesee Valley Conservancy will share information and answer questions about legacy planning and farmland protection and conservation.
This learning circle is part of the “Landowners and Farmers Working Together for Clean Water in the Great Lakes Project”, a collaboration between American Farmland Trust, Cornell Cooperative Extension Northwest New York Dairy Livestock and Field Crops Team, Wood County Soil and Water Conservation District, IPM Institute and Utah State University funded by the Great Lakes Protection Fund.
Space is limited, reserve your spot today! Pre-registration requested by April 8th, fee of $10 payable at the door includes lunch and educational materials. Contact Lynn Bliven, 585-268-7644 Ext 18 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by calling 585-268-7644, Ext. 18 no later than 5 days prior to event to ensure sufficient time to make arrangements. Requests received after this date will be met when possible.Find out more »