The Grantwriting Academy

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The Grantwriting Academy for Grassroots Organizations is a 4-Day Comprehensive Course to help you create winning proposals.






Course Dates: October 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2017 

Loma Linda University Health/SAC Health Systems
1st-floor Classroom
250 South G. Street
San Bernardino, CA 92410

$375* per attendee ($750 value).  Special rates are made possible through the generosity of AcademyGO Leadership Circle Donors.

AcademyGO members receive an additional 20% discount.

Those who graduate the Academy receive a certificate of completion, a peer-reviewed grant proposal and, Certified Fundraising Professional (CFRE) certification educational units.

Who should participate?

“This is a great class for anyone working on writing a grant applications/proposals, especially anyone who has written a grant proposal and not gotten funded. I went last year (2016) and there were a lot of non-profits and other small organizations getting help from this class. They gave us tools on how to go about thinking and then writing our own sample proposal with lots of detail!”.

Kelly Graham
Analyst II
Community Development Department
Community Development and Housing Agency


Quotes from former learners when asked:
"What was good about the training?"

Very informative, the information received was worth every penny invested.

Being a new Grants Administrator this class has been an invaluable tool for my learning. 

As a neophyte in grant proposals the entry level process made things easy to grasp.

It was a great course to take never knew how much information regarding grant writing there was, learned a lot and I still have more to learn & research.

This class is great for wherever you are on the grant writing spectrum, from first –time to seasoned hand. The instructors gave great information on researching grants, what grant-providers are looking for and actual content instruction.

Class of 2016

 Creation and Implementation of
 The Grantwriting Academy has been
 funded in part by ...

Bank of America
Edison International
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Southern California Edison
The California Wellness Foundation
The Community Foundation 
The Willmas Charitable Trust Fund at
    The Community Foundation

Weingart Foundation 
Wells Fargo
Union Bank
US Bank

Annenberg Foundation

Leadership Circle Members

Training Partners