World of Children Award Hosts Free Workshops for the LA Area Nonprofit Community in Beverly Hills Edit Title

Started 2016-04-11T21:00:00ZMonday, April 11, 2016 at 09:00PM UTC
Ended 2016-04-12T00:15:00ZTuesday, April 12, 2016 at 12:15AM UTC (lasted for about 3 hours)

World of Children Award, a nonprofit dedicated to creating change for children globally will host two nonprofit workshops at the Beverly Hills Library on the afternoon of Monday, April 11 from 2:00-5:15pm. The Los Angeles Area nonprofit community is invited to attend, free of charge. RSVPs are required.

The workshops are as follows -
Hats Off to Grant Writers! by Christy Wilson of the Rancho Santa Fe Foundation (2:00pm – 3:30pm)
As a nonprofit development professional or program officer, you wear many hats. You are tasked with attracting foundation grants, corporate grants, or perhaps you specialize in government grants. Regardless of which hat(s) you wear, grant writing is an essential function for all nonprofit organizations in today’s world. We will explore what makes a good grant proposal, how to understand what the funders are looking for in a good proposal and most importantly how to tell your organization’s story.

The Drive to Thrive: Raising Resilient Kids by Larry Brendtro (3:45pm – 5:15pm)
Exciting new findings about our resilient brains are translated into practical strategies to help young people overcome adversity, heal from trauma, and develop positive life outcomes. The presenter shares insights from decades of direct experience with youth at risk and highlights his forthcoming book, The Drive to Thrive, which provides a blueprint for creating positive environments where all children and families can flourish.

Cost: Free - Full information and RSVP form available at http://www.worldofchildren.org/alumni-honors-workshops/

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