Grant Writing Workshop17 March 2023
Thank you to everyone who came to the Mullum SEED Grant Writing Workshop – proudly funded by Splendour in the Grass Community Grants and hosted by Wombat Creative & special guests. If you would like to be involved in future up-skilling workshops Contact us.
Grant Writing Workshop for Environmental Organisations
10am – 1.30pm
Friday 17 March 2023
Meeting Room, Mullumbimby Ex Services Club
About the workshop
A grant writing workshop tailored for environmental organisations. Each seat is fully-subsidised.
This interactive workshop will lead participants through a logical and light-hearted process for assessing eligibility, reality-checking likelihood of receiving funding and turning a project idea into a solid plan that funders will love.
- What funding bodies are really looking for
- The common types of grants: government, corporate and philanthropic funding programs
- Reality checking your project for its eligibility and likelihood of funding
- How to interpret guidelines and make them work for you
- Turning your project idea into a project plan
- Budgets, buzzwords and tips to make your application smooth and logical
- How to write a funding submission in just twenty minutes. True!
- Where to get information about grants that are available
Master Mind Team
Workshop Host, Wombat Creative
Facilitator Samantha Morris from Wombat Creative is a professional grant writer with 30 years experience working on projects just like yours. Having written proposals which have resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars of funding for Australian communities, Sam now teaches other people how to smash their grant-seeking goals by writing winning applications.
Board Member, Mullum SEED
Techa Beaumont has been a vibrant force in the not-for-profit sector for 23 years. Her international experience has seen her initiate and lead programs in the human rights and environmental justice space globally. Her fundraising experience includes the successful cultivation of relationships with government funding agencies and diverse philanthropic organisations.
Board Member, Mullum SEED
Community Grants, Splendour in the Grass
Kate Little is Cultural Community Manager with Splendour in the Grass and a Creative Director & Producer with over 20 years’ experience. She will share insights from funding community grants for over 10 years. Kate was officially recognised by the New South Wales State Government in 2018 for her contribution to the Events Industry and added to the official State Hansard.
Thanks to our Sponsor