Instructor: Thomas Vansaghi, Ph.D., , Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, UMKC adjunct instructor, and assistant professor of nonprofit leadership at William Jewell College

Creating compelling, well-structured, and persuasive proposals that effectively communicate value. This two-part program will equip you with practical insights to elevate your proposal-writing skills and increase your chances of securing funding.

The pre-recorded session includes an overview of the proposal writing process, the letter of inquiry, and proposal components, along with tips for success and red flags to watch out for. (Video recording – 1 hour 29 minutes)

The next live virtual session has not been scheduled yet, it will use real proposals to provide a hands-on understanding of their structure and components. We’ll also discuss how to tailor your approach to meet the unique requirements of each grant opportunity and delve into effective strategies for engaging with foundations. (Live session – 2 hours)

What You Will Learn

  • The Proposal Writing Process
  • The Inquiry Letter
  • The Components of the Master Proposal
  • Red Flags and Tips on Proposal Writing

Program Details

Refund Policy:
No refunds will be made after receiving access to the pre-recorded lecture.

Photo and Video Release:
By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

The Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership reserves the right to cancel courses and seminars when circumstances require.