Free Grant Writing Seminar — April 26 & 27, 2021

Training Opportunities

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Junee Business and Trades
Junee Business and Trades Inc are proud to present a Grant Writing Seminar for Junee Not-for-Profit Organisations by Natalie Bramble from iClick2Learn who will explore best practices in Grant Writing.

This seminar will help build upon the Grant Writing sessions held back in December 2020 (out at Eurongilly Hall), but attendance at these previous sessions is NOT a requirement to attend this seminar. There will be plenty of information and resources for first time Grant Writers!

Natalie will cover some hints and tips on how to write a great grant application. Then she, and others, will workshop with attendees to look at a couple of grants that are currently open for applications.

Bring along any existing grant applications you are currently working on, or any that are considering and you’ll have an opportunity to ask for advice on how to answer a particular question, or two, from your application.

When and Where

Monday, April 26, 2021 @ 6:00pm
Tuesday, April 27, 2021 @ 9:00am

Junee Bowling Club
Lisgar Street, Junee

Promo Videos

A couple of short promo videos for the Grant Writing Workshops have been posted to the Junee Community Events and Info Facebook group. Click on the links below to watch them.

natalie promotes the free grant writing seminars in junee »

nicholas and nat chat about what to expect at the grant writing sessions »


This a FREE EVENT and representatives from not-for-profit community groups and sports clubs based, or operating, in Junee Shire are encouraged to attend… but seats are limited… so book now to ensure your spot is reserved.

Registrations close 5:00pm, Thursday, April 22, 2021

    Grant Writing Seminar April 2021 Registration

    1. All fields required, unless otherwise stated
    2. Both sessions will cover the SAME MATERIAL, so you only need to
    3. Please submit a seperate form for each person attending


    Investing in Rural Community Futures 9IRCF) logoThese free grant writing seminars are made possible thanks to funding received from the Foundation of Rural and Regional Renewal’s (FRRR) Investing in Rural Community Futures Fund (IRCF).