Grant writing workshops in conjunction with the University of Texas’ Regional Funding Library. These workshops are held four times a year, February, May, August, and November.
~ Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas
TAM presented a mid-career training series called CAPACITY-BUILDING SKILLS TRAINING WORKSHOPS. These instructional sessions focused on essential capacity-building skills such as fundraising, grant writing, marketing, board relations, volunteer management, and leveraging social media.
April 2-4, 2014
Grant Writing: Strategies for Successful Proposals
“Don’t let history fade away” is the motivation to renovate the Old Red Schoolhouse in Trinity, Texas. The iconic building, built in 1913, has been the face of education in this area and was saved from the wrecking ball in 1993. Since then, concerned citizens have been renovating the building room by room. Hopes are to have the building completed in time to celebrate its Centennial in September, 2015.
Old Red has a Texas Historical Marker and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Growing a Generation of Givers
We Inspire. Teach. Lead.
We are growing a new generation of philanthropists in the students of Central Texas.
~Texas Library Association, District 7 Conference
October 12, 2013
Grantsmanship 101: Developing Strategies for Successful Proposals
~Grant Writing 101 Workshop
October 10, 2013
~Texas Library Association, District 8 Conference
October 5, 2013
- Grantsmanship 101: Developing Strategies for Successful Proposals
- Blueprint for Success: Developing your Marketing, Public Relations and Fundraising Plan