Ouray Public Library and Community Development Committee Continue Series of Free Grant-Writing Work Sessions

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All Ouray
County nonprofit organizations are
invited to attend the free sessions, which will be held at the Ouray Public
Library. The next three sessions are scheduled for the second Monday of the
month on November 11 (Veterans Day), December 9, and January 13, from 5 to 7
p.m.

In addition to
providing opportunities for networking and brainstorming, the continuation of
this series of grant-writing work sessions will include feature presentations: “Grant-Writing
101” (November), “Locating the Appropriate Funding Sources” (December) and “Special
Focus on Health” (the January session will be geared toward health care
providers, nonprofit organizations and other health-minded agencies).

Nicole Gans will
be the guest speaker for the November and January sessions. She has
successfully applied for government grants at the federal, state and local
level as well as received and managed grants from private foundations and
corporations.

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According to Gans,
“My focus has been on programs that increase the health and safety of
communities.

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