Grant Writing for Beginners at the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System Central Library
Tuesday, June 05, 2012 1:00 pm
Classroom | Atlanta, GA
Chataun Denis of Grant Source will provide simple and easy instructions for new nonprofit grant writers.
Presenter: Chataun Denis, Chief Consultant and Founder, Grant Source
Chataun R. Denis is chief consultant and founder of Grant Source and author of My Formula for Nonprofit Success, The 3 Ps: Passion, Planning, & Profits. Denis has 19 years’ experience working in the nonprofit arena in various capacities, including direct service, development, and administration. She has helped raise over $4 million for a variety of charitable causes. She holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Wright State University, a master’s degree in urban planning, design, and development with an emphasis in housing and neighborhood development from Cleveland State University, and a master’s degree in business administration with a focus in leadership studies from Baker College.
Ms. Denis’s current work through Grant Source is helping social entrepreneurs and grassroots nonprofit organizations build their capacity to fulfill their missions. For nonprofits in the start-up phase, Denis offers Business Planning Made Easy, which is a business planning program offering a workbook complete with free video supplements as well as online business strategy sessions on topics related to business modeling, fundraising, and budgeting. For established nonprofit organizations, Denis provides grant writing services focused on foundation and local government grants. Since forming the company in 2007, Denis’s proposals have helped generate over $1.2 million for client organizations.
The Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System’s Central Library is a member of the Foundation Center's network of Cooperating Collections.
Space is limited. For information or to register, please contact Kathy Piselli at (404)730-1914.