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The Grantsmanship Center Half-Scholarships
We know that some smaller organizations doing great work struggle to fit training into their budget, no matter how much they need or want it. So The Grantsmanship Center provides a limited number of half-scholarships for every Grantsmanship Training Program and Essential Grant Skills training we offer to the public.
The recipients must be working with a nonprofit organization that has: 1) an IRS designation as a 501(c)(3) organization, and 2) a budget of $750,000 or less. Sorry, these scholarships are not available to individuals or to organizations that are based outside of the United States.
The Williamsburg Health Foundation Scholarship (Williamsburg, VA)
The Williamsburg Health Foundation awards half-scholarships to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations for The Grantsmanship Center’s 2-day Essential Grant Skills training in Williamsburg, VA at the Williamsburg Regional Library. To qualify organizations must be : 1) working in the health services field, and 2) located in the Williamsburg Health Foundation service area.
The Williamsburg Health Foundation is a non-profit, private, grantmaking foundation whose mission is to “Inspire collaboration, mobilize resources, and encourage innovation to enhance the health and well-being of people living in Greater Williamsburg.” The recipients of these awards are selected by the Williamsburg Health Foundation. For more information contact Bill Pribble at WHF.
Dorothy Watson Smith Scholarship (Southern U.S)
Two half-scholarships are awarded annually to nonprofits in the Southern United States to attend the Grantsmanship Training Program.
Dorothy Watson Smith was a passionate reader and cared deeply about the natural world. She was a light to her family and friends and lived a life of integrity and generosity. Scholarship recipients are selected by the family of Dorothy Watson Smith. Literacy and environmental organizations may have an advantage, but all types of 501(c)(3) nonprofits may apply.
Christine Lavery Scholarship (San Diego, CA)
Two half-scholarships are awarded annually to nonprofits in the San Diego, CA area to attend local offerings of Grantsmanship Training Program in San Diego.
Christine Lavery was an extraordinary and passionate educator who devoted her life to cutting-edge, effective teaching for all age groups. She was especially attuned to those with special needs. Scholarship recipients are selected by the family of Christine Lavery who work and reside in the San Diego area. All 501(c)(3) nonprofits may apply; educational and environmental organizations are of special interest.
Miriamma Carson Scholarship (Seattle/Tacoma, WA)
Two half-scholarships are awarded annually to nonprofits in the Seattle/Tacoma, WA area to attend local offerings of Grantsmanship Training Program or Essential Grant Skills.
Miriamma Carson worked as both a midwife and an educator, inspiring better, healthier beginnings for babies and their families. Selection is made by the family of Miriamma Carson and colleagues who continue to carry on her legacy. All types of 501(c)(3) nonprofits may apply.