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Non-Profit Workshop Series: Grant Writing

Hosted by the City of Brampton

Grant Writing 101

The grant writing process is complex and requires a structured approach with focused objectives.  In our workshops, you will learn the basics on grant writing and the submission process.  At the completion of the workshop, you will be able to identify potential sources of grants, write a compelling needs statement, develop sustainability strategies, prepare a budget plan, source supporting material, understand the grant writing cycle, and organize the grant package for final submission.

About the Instructor​

Frank Miele
As a senior municipal staff member for 35 years, Frank assisted many local businesses to expand their operations by guiding them through the development process and government incentives programs. For the past 10 years he has volunteered with several local not-for-profit organizations by helping them develop and submit grant applications.

Frank is the academic coordinator and instructor at Ryerson University Local Economic Development Certificate program.

Brampton's Non-Profit Workshop Series

Brampton's Non-Profit Workshops are designed to help strengthen the non-profit sector in Brampton, led by facilitators from The Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University. Come learn at these two-hour workshops about the basics of grant writing, conflict management, sponsorships and non-profit basics like how to run an AGM​. Registration is required.


Location Gore Meadows Community Centre, Community Room 3 10150 The Gore Rd, Brampton ON L6P 0A6
Event Date Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Start Time 6:30 PM
End Time 8:30 PM
Fees Free
Event Contact/Host The City of Brampton