Grant Professionals of Lower Hudson
The Grant Professionals of Lower Hudson offers a variety of programs and services, to help grant writers gain knowledge and increased grant writing success, and to help further the grant writing profession and strengthen the nonprofit community in our region:
Grant Professionals of Lower Hudson holds webinars and meetings on various grant writing topics such as grant searching, writing, budgeting and follow up reporting.
Visit our Events page for upcoming meeting details.
Past topics have included:
Meet the Funders Panel
Every other year with the Association of Development Officers, GPLH hosts a funder panel for attendees to obtain tips from funders to increase the likelihood of their grants being funded. Watch our Events page for details.
Past Educational Webinars
As a benefit to GPLH members, our past educational webinars can be viewed on our "members only" page. Login to access this page, where you'll find webinar recordings as well as materials provided by our speakers.
Grant Professionals of Lower Hudson provides assistance and answers to individuals who have questions regarding State registration, industry trends, becoming a grant writer, finding funding for a particular project, etc.
Contact us with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB LISTING SERVICE
Grant Professionals of Lower Hudson acts as a clearinghouse for grant writing job opportunities.
Nonprofit organizations that are seeking grant writers (full time, part time, permanent, contract) can share their listing with us, and we will distribute the opportunity to our members via email.
If you are seeking a grant writer or grant writing consultant, please view our Job Listings page to learn how we can help.
Grant Professionals of Lower Hudson offers a Mentoring Program for early career professionals and nonprofit leaders seeking to polish and deepen their grant writing and management skills.
GPLH links mentees up with an experienced grant writer who can provide real time guidance, give feedback on draft proposals, and serve as a sounding board for grant-related questions. Mentors may also be able to provide references or notify the mentee about paid position openings. Prospective mentees should already be working in grants or in a nonprofit leadership capacity at the time of their mentorship.
Read personal testimonials from two recent mentees.
For more information about being a mentor or receiving mentoring, contact us: email@example.com
GPLH CONNECTIONS CALLS
Every other month, GPLH holds an informal ZOOM meeting where you can talk with other grant writers to ask grant questions, get advice and share news.
Some recently discussed topics included:
GPLH members receive instructions to login for our Connections Calls.
GPLH provides numerous opportunities throughout the year to network with other grant professionals in the area who share your passion for grant writing. Networking takes place in person and via GPLH CONNECTION conference calls, webinars and email between members.
Visit our Events page for a listing of upcoming seminars and networking events.
GPLH sends out regular correspondence to members, including information on upcoming educational opportunities and conferences, GPLH programs, job postings and grant industry news. We also have a quarterly e-newsletter.
To become a member and receive our e-blasts, visit our Membership Page. Questions? Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Several GPLH members are available to review your grant document at an hourly rate and give you their unbiased opinions/suggestions.
To hire an editor, contact us so we can send the request to our members: email@example.com