Free grant writing workshop is back by popular demand

MidCoast Council

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Accessing grants can provide big boosts for community groups, event organisers and businesses and provide long lasting benefits for MidCoast communities.

After the success of the free workshops held during February and March, a further session has been scheduled so no one misses out.

This workshop is designed to help groups and businesses write winning grant applications.

“We have had excellent feedback from the people who attended the initial workshops,” said Council’s Manager of Growth, Economic Development and Tourism, Deb Tuckerman.

“Attendees said that it was an excellent learning opportunity and they benefited from networking with like-minded community groups and organisations.”

“If your group or business could benefit from a grant, book in now for this free concise and informative workshop to improve your chances of receiving a financial boost to complete a project.”

The workshop will assist participants to identify funding opportunities, learn terms and jargon specific to grant applications, and provide some tips to help you hone your ideas to produce a winning application.

Kerry Grace from the regionally-based business, the Evolve Network will lead the workshop.

The workshop will be held at the MidCoast Council Administration building Yalawanyi Ganya, Biripi Way Taree on Thursday 15 April from 4:30pm.

To book in for the workshop, visit www.midcoast.nsw.gov.au/workshop and complete the short online form.

The grant writing workshops are an initiative of MidCoast Council and are funded by the NSW Government through the Bushfire Community Resilience and Economic Recovery Grant.

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