How to Apply for Grants – CALD Communities

About the Presenter:  Keith Whelan

Keith presently works liaising with all sectors for the community both public and private sector, sourcing grants and funding.  Keith has consulted with Local, State and Federal Government as well as a number of not for profit organisations, charities, sporting clubs, environmental groups, businesses across Australia. He presently teaches Grant Writing Workshops at the University of Sydney & Australian National University, Canberra.

What previous clients have said:

“An informative workshop that gave a good mix on creative technique and practical aspects of writing grants. Keith was an interesting and entertaining tutor. I’d be interested in any follow up workshops on crowd funding”. – Toya, Ethinic Diversity Services

“Great Workshop! I could have listened to Keith all day. Very engaging and informative. Answered all the questions put him in a comprehensive fashion ” – Amal, Religious Body

“Glad I enrolled in this workshop. A lot of information provided. Good value for money. A lot of different aspects of philanthropy covered” – Bianca, Local Council CALD Officer

Who should attend CALD Grants workshops

This workshop is the ideal, practical guide to grant writing for anyone from the CALD sector interested in applying for grants.  This is a practical step by step workshop where grants from both the public and private sector will assessed and participants will have the opportunity to ask questions in relation to public-private partnership, corporate social responsibility, trustee companies, social procurement and social enterprise. A discussion will also take place with regard to current developments in the Grants sector.

This workshop will provide valuable knowledge on a range of Grants related topics:

  • Public and Private Sector Grants – what is out there?
  • Visioning, Strategy, Methodology Project Planning & Project Rationale
  • Community Capacity Building & Sustainability
  • Practical Grant Writing Tips, Budgets & Grant Jargon
  • Acquittal of Funding & Evaluation