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Healthcare District offers grant writing workshop March 14

Deadline to begin 2009-2010 grant application process March 23

FALLBROOK — In preparing for its 2009-2010 grant program, the Fallbrook Healthcare District (FHD) will offer a grant writing workshop on March 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Fallbrook Public Utility District.

To begin the process of applying for a grant for the 2009-2010 year, organizations must submit a letter of intent (LOI) to the district no later than March 23 at 5 p.m.

The grant writing workshop will provide information for effective research, preparation and presentation of grant requests to multiple and varied funding resources.

Workshop seating is limited to 30 grant writers for nonprofit healthcare-related service programs.

There is no charge, but participants must bring their own lunch; FHD will provide beverages as well as workshop materials.

As one of its community healthcare programs, the district funds a grant program.

Part of FHD’s mission is to identify, promote and support a broad range of healthcare-related needs within the community that benefit resident children, adults and senior citizens.

FHD serves Fallbrook, Bonsall, Rainbow and De Luz. Nonprofit healthcare agencies who serve these communities are eligible for consideration and possible funding.

There are seven phases in the grant program process. Phase 1 is the LOI, which identifies the nonprofit agency and the healthcare need that their project addresses.

Additionally, the LOI specifies the amount of funding requested and describes how the funds will be utilized.

Packets defining the LOI requirements as well as the entire grant process and its phases are available to interested, qualified nonprofit agencies.

All qualified agencies that submit an LOI will be considered.

Qualifying LOIs will be reviewed by the board of directors with acceptance or denial determined in the board meeting of Wednesday, April 8.

To register for the grant writing workshop, or to request a packet regarding the LOI requirements, call the district administrator at (760) 731-9187.

 

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