Thursday, October 13
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
First Nations University of Canada, FNUC 3304
This course is designed for individuals tasked with developing funding proposals to granting agencies, in order to support projects or ongoing programming. What will you come away with? We will train you to think strategically in the development of your project proposal. As well, you will gain key insights into what funding agencies are looking for in their project submission calls. Finally you will be able to share your current project ideas with the instructor and fellow classmates to gain feedback on your project proposal, in a group learning environment. The bottom line of this course is to get you the resources you need to make things happen in your community, organization, or neighborhood.
Robert Friedrich is a local consultant who specializes in helping organizations prepare grant proposals, develop strategic plans and create fundraising campaigns. Bob’s history includes a successful career as a federal public servant working for five departments and agencies. He has three Deputy Minister Awards of Distinction from the Government of Canada for projects he worked on with three separate teams. While in government, some of Bob’s projects included project funding to the Regina Canada Games 2005, and managing Saskatchewan’s Centennial programming from the Government of Canada. In his private practice Bob has worked with government, private industry and community-based organizations.