Writing Grant Proposals for Institutional Donors
May 6, 2021€288 – €330
Writing a clear, consistent and convincing funding proposal is key to securing funding from institutional donors such as the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), the European Commission (EC), the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) or USAID. And: it can also be a lot of fun!
This course will offer the opportunity to sketch the main sections of your own proposal and gain feedback.
In this one-day workshop we will roll up our sleeves and write different components of your own funding proposal (in small group settings). We will go through the main sections of a funding proposal with a range of examples of well (and not so well) written narratives, showing how it all builds up. We will also explore various effective writing techniques how to make your writing memorable and convincing. The proposal sections we will cover are the following:
(1) Problem statement
(2) Our solution: intervention logic (overall goals, project goals, expected results, methodology, target groups)
(4) Our ‘added value’
(5) Monitoring and evaluation
When: 6. May 2021, 9am to 6:00pm
Where: Seminarzentrum Pallottihaus, Auhofstrasse 10, 1130 Vienna
Costs: €330.- (incl. VAT, lunch and refreshments)/€288.- for TripleFunds members (www.triple-funds.com)
Training facilitator: Lisa Ringhofer (TripleMinds)
You can register for the workshop either online (by filling out the form below) or via email to email@example.com. With a group size of no more than 10, the workshop will be interactive and hands-on. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. The workshop will be held in English. You can register for the workshop either online (by filling out the form below) or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The workshop will only take place with a minimum of 5 participants.
About the instructor:
This training will be delivered by Lisa Ringhofer.
Lisa Ringhofer is the Co-Founder of TripleMinds and has been passionate about developing projects and writing grant applications in English, German and Spanish for over 17 years. When not working on grant applications, she loves conducting face-to-face trainings in different parts of the world.