Your Biz Consulting Offers Grant Writing Workshops, March 8

The Your Biz Consulting Firm is presenting a “Show Me the Money” Grant Writing Workshop Series, sponsored by the Black American Political Action Committee (BAPAC) and the Post News Group.  
Beginning and experienced grant writers from city, county and state agencies, as well as from nonprofits, K-12, colleges and universities, are encouraged to attend.
The first workshop of the series will take place Friday, March 9 from 8 a.m. to noon at 1000 Broadway, Suite 109 (Trans Pacific Centre Building), in downtown Oakland.
Taught by Kia Croom, accomplished grant writer and journalist, the workshop series provides instruction for both beginning grant writers and experienced professionals. Topics will include the essential grant components, building agency credibility, creative ways to make a grant proposal stand out and identifying and submitting grant proposals.  
The cost is $75 per workshop. Participants who register  for all three workshops will receive a discounted tuition rate. Registration includes all tuition, fees and materials, including the “Show Me the Money” grant writing workbook and templates. Registrants are encouraged to bring their project ideas to the workshop, as well as any funding announcements they may be considering.
Kia Croom is the proprietor of the Your Biz Consulting Firm. She has 10 years of experience in nonprofit program development, grant writing and fundraising.  She established the Your Biz Consulting Firm in 2005 and has since raised more than $5 million dollars on behalf of nonprofit organizations in California and throughout the Southeast.
Kia Croom holds a Bachelors degree in Journalism, a Master  of Arts in Public Administration and a Master of Science in Nonprofit Management.
Your Biz Consulting Firm offers custom grant writing services for nonprofits. The company’s consultants prepare high-quality, customized grant proposals that get funded. For a free grant consultation or to learn how a company can host a grant writing training, email or call (510)- 575-1876.

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