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21 Regional Funders to
Participate in 2002 Funders’ Forum
LEWISTON - With money becoming more scarce and the needs of
the people who benefit from non-profit organizations becoming greater,
Lewis-Clark State College’s Institute for Community Development & Office of
Sponsored Programs will be putting on a two-day workshop called Developing
Successful Grants for Local Projects and Funders’ Forum 2002.
first day of the program, titled Developing Successful Grants for Local
Projects, will cover such topics as beginning and advanced grant-writing
techniques. On day two, called the Funders’ Forum, 21 members of agencies
and foundations that fund projects in North Central Idaho and Eastern
Washington will talk about funding priorities, application procedures, and
what makes a successful grant.
Among those will be representatives of Foundation Northwest, Idaho Heritage
Foundation, Idaho Children's Trust, Idaho & Washington Commission on the
Arts and Idaho & Washington Commission on the Humanities. These
representatives also will be available to interact with workshop
participants during the break.
The event will be held in LCSC’s Williams Conference Center on June 17 and
18. Registration is limited. The cost for the early-bird non-credit
registration is only $65.00 (by 5/31/02) for the two-day program, which
includes lunches. After 5/31, the cost will be $80.00.
For more information and a printable registration form, visit the web site
http://www.lcsc.edu/icd/fundersforum/02.htm, where you can see the
agenda, names of the presenters, who should attend and how teachers and
others can get credit for the course.
This promises to be a valuable and well-attended workshop, given the current
economic climate and the sponsors look forward to working with all
organizations that can benefit from it.