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Grant Writing is Fundraising: Innovation & Relationship Management for the Social Work Grant Writers
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When: Wednesday, November 13, 2019
From 6:30-8pm
Where: The Children's Center
79 Alexandrine West
Detroit, Michigan  48201
United States
Contact: Sara Bazydlo

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Social workers are invited to a special Region 11 program this November. This presentation will showcase the importance of social work grant writers as innovators and relationship managers, as grant writing continues to be a critical part of organizations' fundraising strategy.


Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the overlap between the donor life cycle and the grants life cycle
  • Identify opportunities to develop loyal grant donors
  • Witness specific case examples of how to apply the skills learned


1.5 CEs available. $15 - NASW Members, $20 - Future Members. Free for students. 


Presenter: Douglas F. Manigault III, MSW [pronouns: he/him/his] is the Director of Consumer and Foundation Philanthropy at The Children’s Center of Wayne County, where he oversees all foundation relationships and grants management (i.e. prospecting, application and implementation, as well as stewardship and reporting) for funds awarded as a result of these relationships; he also provides strategic direction and oversight to the consumer enrichment team. He is a native of Metro-Detroit and a University of Michigan School of Social Work graduate. His favorite pastimes include house-hunting for fun, traveling, collecting pens and notebooks, and, most notably, talking (to anyone about anything!).

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