Learn How to Identify Grant Opportunities
Training session Tuesday, August 20th at MSU
Community members, non-profit organizations and aspiring entrepreneurs are invited to attend the training session focused on how you can use free resources to find funding opportunities.
Session leaders will go over the database you have to use to find grants and what information to look at when working to identify funders.
There is no cost to attend the training session.
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Session 6: Finding Grants
The session will teach participants how to search for grants using publicly available resources.
Tuesday, August 20th at 6 PM: MSU Flint
Saturday, August 24th at 10 AM: Hasselbring Senior Center
Register for the sessions at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-training-sessions-tickets-62655690858?aff=eac2
Session partners include Hamilton Community Health Network, City of Flint, Metro Community Development, Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR), Flint Innovative Solutions, Hasselbring Senior Center and The HUB Flint.
Sessions will take place on Tuesday evenings at MSU College of Human Medicine (MSU) and Saturday mornings Hasselbring Senior Center (Hasselbring).
MSU College of Human Medicine is located at 300 E 1st Street, Flint MI 48502. Across from the Flint Farmers Market. Hasselbring Senior Center is located at 1002 W Home Avenue, Flint MI 48505.
Direct questions to Kris Johns – 810-348-4437 or firstname.lastname@example.org.