GETTING GOVERNMENT GRANTS

December 6th, 9:00 - 10:30  |   Region V Systems, 1645 N St.
 
Securing and managing governmental grants can seem particularly complex and confusing. Learn how to identify and compete successfully for state & federal funding. We will focus on: 

* Identifying appropriate grant opportunities
* Making sense of the funding announcement
* Crafting a strong coordinated proposal
* Tips for success

 
 
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Geg Donovan is the Director of the Santee Sioux Nation Society of Care. The Society of Care is an inter-tribal initiative focused on improving the quality of life for young Native Americans, their caregivers and communities in Nebraska and northeast Kansas through systemic change and behavioral health services. Donovan has extensive experience in winning and successfully managing grants through this role and previous leadership positions within national service, non-profits, community action agencies, the Nebraska legislature, and the United Way.

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Human Services Federation
1645 'N' Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
Telephone: (402) 441-4399
Fax: (402) 441-4335
Location
We are conveniently located in
downtown Lincoln on the Southwest corner of
17th and N. We are housed with Region V Systems