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Grant Professionals of Lower Hudson

Grant Budgets

  • 03/07/2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom


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*Full participation in the program is applicable for 1.25 GPCI Education points. Scroll down for details.

Have you ever struggled to develop a grant budget that helps the competitiveness of your application while also serving your organization’s programmatic and financial needs? Have you ever wondered how much of your grant helps your organization’s bottom line? Or have you ever become confused by wonky terms like total employment cost, match, cost share, in-kind, overhead, or indirect cost? If any of the above is true, this webinar is for you.

Topics will include projects versus programs, cash versus in-kind, match/cost share, overhead and indirect costs, accounting for personnel and volunteer costs, aligning grant budgets with the applicant’s programmatic and financial needs, and calculating the net gain of the grant versus the applicant’s organizational operating budget.


Eric Roth, Associate Director of Development and Grants, Mohonk Preserve. Eric Roth has over 25 years of experience in nonprofit and fundraising work. He currently holds the position of Associate Director of Development and Grants at Mohonk Preserve, where he has been since 2012. Eric has also worked as Grant Writer for Orange County Community College (SUNY Orange) and as an intermittent contract grant writer for Choice Words, LLC. Eric currently serves as Board Member/Mentoring Program Chair for GPLH and has been a grant reviewer with the New York State Archives.

Prior to becoming a grants professional, Eric worked for Historic Huguenot Street, first as Archivist/Librarian and then as Executive Director. He has also taught undergraduate history classes at SUNY New Paltz. He is also a freelance classical guitarist and contributes to the Mid-Hudson Valley music community by serving as Board President of the Poné Ensemble for New Music and as Board Member of the Mid-Hudson Classical Guitar Society. Eric holds a master’s degree in Library Science from SUNY Albany.


  • 11:45 am: Announcements & Networking
  • 12 noon – 1 PM: Program


  • Non-members: $30
  • Members: FREE! Join GPLH today and attend this event for free!

*Grant Professionals of Lower Hudson is a provider of presentations that have been accepted into the GPCI Accepted Education Program.

Full participation in the above outlined presentation is applicable for indicated GPCI Education Points towards acquiring the GPC (Grant Professional Certified) or maintaining the GPC certification.

GPCI administers the GPC, an accredited certification program that measures an individual’s ability to provide quality grant-related services within an ethical framework. GPCI accomplishes its mission through the identification of grant professionals who display outstanding expertise and ethical practices as measured by a psychometrically valid and reliable assessment tool. To learn more about GPCI, visit https://www.grantcredential.org.

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