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Writing Effective Proposals

  • 04/23/2014
  • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (CDT)
  • Center for Change
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Writing Effective Proposals

The craft of writing proposals.

How to design a well-organized proposal; typical proposal outlines and sections; reasons proposals are rejected; how to write clear goals and objectives; how to build a workable budget; the evaluation section and its importance; proposal writing checklist; administrative considerations.

 

Trainer:  Boris Frank has been a consultant for over 30 years, since l982 as President of his own firm, primarily in the areas of fundraising and development, not-for-profit management and strategic planning. His more than 500 clients have included over 150 capital campaigns, including more than 80 public libraries. He served two terms as Treasurer of the Wisconsin Library Association Foundation.  Boris lectures for The University of Wisconsin, he is on the faculties of UW-Superior, Milwaukee, and Oshkosh Continuing Education; the UW-Wisconsin Business School Fundraising and Development Institute; the United Way Board Training Program; and the University of Wisconsin Certified Public Managers program. Boris recently joined the faculty of Madison College/MATC where he has introduced a new 3-credit course on Nonprofit Management.

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