A to Z Grantwriting
with Linda Vallejo
Learn how to gain needed funds and support through informative and invigorating seminars and the consulting services of a seasoned professional.
A to Z Grantwriting Online Course
Linda Vallejo has taught the A to Z Grantwriting Online Course since 1995.
The A to Z Grantwriting Online Course:
- is a six week, twelve lesson, in-depth course that provides a discussion area for students to post questions, needs and assignments
- is offered each month in over 2,500 colleges and universities nationwide, Canada, Australia, and England
- is consistently ranked in the top ten in national online courses based on student enrollment
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SIGN UP ! ! ! MAY 2015 - A to Z Grantwriting Workshop for Non-Profits and Individual Artists
LINDA VALLEJO will present a step-by step overview of the grantwriting process providing students with the skills and tools to implement a successful grantwriting campaign. This simple and proven system will show participants how to prepare, organize and submit, not just a single, successful proposal, but multiple, ongoing proposals for long term funding and stability. Linda will serve as instructor and mentor, welcoming participants to engage in the learning process by asking questions and joining in the conversation.
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LINDA VALLEJO WILL PRESENT
two grantwriting workshops on Sunday, May 24
- Session One. $75 – 10 am – 2 pm – Non-Profit Organizations and Grantwriting Consultant Workshop
- Session Two. $25 – 2:30-4 pm – Individual Artist Workshop
- Sessions One & Two. $90 – Those taking both sessions get a discount!
Non Profit Professionals and Consultants will learn how to:
- Research and organize a grantwriting plan with “good match” potential funders
- Organize and maintain a grantwriting office and grantwriting team
- Develop positive, long lasting working relationships with funders
- Implement a successful grantwriting campaign submitting multiple, ongoing proposals to diverse funders
- Diversify a funding base that includes government, foundation, corporate and individual support
- Establish relationships with and work successfully with collaborating partners
- Consolidate a complete grant proposal package including proposed program narrative, measurable objectives, evaluation plan, budgets, and supplemental material
Participants receive an A to Z Grantwriting Manual with targeted resources, tools and samples. The workshop has been designed for community leaders, nonprofit leadership and staff, environmentalists, health administrators, faith-based organizers, K-16 educators, and school administrators. Organizations and agencies are encouraged to send teams of 2-3 representatives to establish a successful grantwriting team where everyone is on the same page.
Individual Artists will learn how to:
- Study the Individual Artist Grant Package materials including resume, work samples, artist statement, bio, and budget
- Engage in a detailed discussion on how to write an Artist Statement
- Read and Study a sample Individual Artist Grant Application
- Learn the steps needed to write grants for non-profit organizations
- Learn how to collaborate with non-profit “fiscal agents” to plan and present programs
Participants receive an A to Z Grantwriting Individual Artist Manual including a list of artist grant opportunities as well as several samples and tools.
Linda Vallejo has over thirty years of experience as a development consultant, grantwriter and grantwriting instructor. Over the past nineteen years, she has served as an on-line grantwriting instructor with Education to Go in over 2,500 colleges and universities nationwide. She has written and received over $30 million in grant funds from foundation, corporate, government and individual donors for her many clients nationwide.
Presently she serves as a grantwriting consultant for 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica, CA. For the past four years she has also served as a visiting grantwriting instructor for Otis School of Art and Design Public Practice MFA Program in Los Angeles, California.
Ms. Vallejo began her work in the non-profit sector as an artist and art teacher with Self Help Graphics, a non-profit arts organization in Los Angeles, California. She is a practicing, professional artist exhibiting her art nationally and internationally. Vallejo was included in The California/International Arts Foundation’s L.A. Rising: SoCal Artists Before 1980 and the Getty Foundation’s Pacific Standard Time: Art in LA 1945-1980 in two exhibitions, Mapping Another LA: The Chicano Art Movement at the UCLA Fowler Museum, and Doin’ It in Public: Art and Feminism at the Woman’s Building at the Otis College of Art and Design Ben Maltz Gallery. A solo exhibition of her newest work Make ‘Em All Mexican has been featured at the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Lancaster Museum of Art and History, Soto Clemente Velez Cultural Center in New York, George Lawson Gallery, University Art Gallery of New Mexico State University, Arte Americas/Fresno Art Museum and Central California Museum of Art Advisory Committee and California State University, San Bernardino, Fullerton Museum. Vallejo is represented by Salt Fine Art in Laguna Beach, CA and Bert Green Fine Art in Chicago, Ill.
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