CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: Your Guide to Effective Grant Writing - 28 July

Danny Chifley, 26th June 2015
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Grants are an important source of income for community radio stations. Whether stations are seeking funding from government, philanthropic organisations or the Community Broadcasting Foundation, effective grant writing practices are essential to increase your chance of success.

Who is this webinar for?

Stations looking to refine and improve upon their existing grant application process, as well as stations in the initial stages of seeking grant funding.

Presented by:

  • Emma Couch, CBAA Member Services Officer. As part of her role as Member Services Officer, Emma oversees the CBAA Grants Calendar, an aggregate of the many government and philanthropically funded grants available to not for profit organisations across Australia.
  • Claire Stuchbery, CBF Grants Administrator. The Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) is an independent non-profit funding agency that seeks, secures and distributes funding to support the development, creativity and sustainability of community broadcasting in Australia.
  • Judy Lewis CFRE, General Manager – Strategies and Training of Strategic Grants. Strategic Grants enable not for profit organisations to establish sustainable, cost-effective grant-seeking strategies to deliver projects that fulfil their organisational missions.

See the webinar presentation here:

 

 

This webinar was held at 6:30 PM on Tuesday 28 July 2015

 

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