Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Grant Me a Grant! workshop April 29

Looking for Funds for Ministry?
Haven’t Written a Grant, but Wish You Could?
Want Help Improving Your Grant-Writing Skills?

Please join us Sunday, April 29, 2-5 pm for
Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Grant Me a Grant!


This engaging workshop is an opportunity to explore different sides of the grant process — how to avoid obvious wastes of time, and how to maximize your efforts. You’ll take away some foundational knowledge of the grant-seeking process, and how to verify a good “fit” between proposal and purpose.

Beatriz "Bia" Viera, Vice President for Philanthropic Services at The Philadelphia Foundation, will be keynote presenter, and you’ll also learn with a team of accomplished grant-writers and peers in the social service and ministry sectors.

The event will be held in The Brossman Learning Center of The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, 7301 Germantown Avenue, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, PA 19119.

Ample parking is available on campus. Directions to LTSP are here.

Registration Fees:
  • $20/individuals in the General Public
  • 
$10/non-LTSP students & service corps members
  • Free for LTSP Students and Agencies Affiliated with the Field Advisory Board of the LTSP MAPL Program
Register online here.

Download a Matchmaker, Matchmaker flyer (pdf).


About the keynote presenter:
Beatriz "Bia" VieiraBeatriz “Bia” Vieira is Vice President for Philanthropic Services of The Philadelphia Foundation, where she oversees the community foundation’s grantmaking process. The Philadelphia Foundation disperses over $20 million in grants funded by the foundation’s donors. She joined the Foundation in 2008, and in 2010 took her current position, which was new to the foundation.

Previously, Ms. Vieira was the executive director of Lutheran Settlement House, and she sits on the board of directors of the Homeless Assistance Fund, Inc. and the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

A native of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Ms. Vieira holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and anthropology and a master’s in literature from Temple University.

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