Grant Writing 101

  • April 23, 2019
    8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Intended for individuals of all experience levels, this all-day class provides ample opportunities for hands on experience on topics such as how to find grant sources, evaluate those sources and write a compelling application. Please come to class with a grant-worthy project and a computer if possible as we will write sections of a grant to share for peer evaluation and discussion. Everyone will leave the class with parts of an application ready for submission.

Presenter: Linda Wastyn, Ph.D

President of Wastyn & Associates, has more than 30 years of grant devel-opment experience that began at the University of Pittsburgh School of Med-icine and continued at Bridgewater College, and St. Ambrose University where she raised more than $17 million in grant funds. Since opening her company in 2011, she has worked with clients from across the community and the country who represent a wide spectrum of non-profit organiza-tions to research and write grants for local, regional, and national foundations as well as government organizations, raising nearly $6 million for their priority needs. She co-teaches a grant writing class for the Quad Cities Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and frequently speaks at the Grant Professionals Association annual meeting.

Questions? Contact Jesse Mumm at 563-326-8221 or



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