Nonprofit and government grant seekers learn how to win grant funding

Staff Writer
Gonzales Weekly Citizen

Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area is hosting the Grantsmanship Training Program in Baton Rouge, January 29 – February 2. This comprehensive, five-day, hands-on workshop for nonprofit and government grant seekers guides participants to plan effective programs and then get grant funding to support them.

The course is conducted by The Grantsmanship Center?the world’s most highly regarded grantsmanship training organization. The Grantsmanship Training Program is continually updated, setting the highest standards in the field since 1972.

I took this training almost 25 years ago and still use what I learned. I simply think it is the best grants training available. The Grantsmanship Training Program gave me the tools to procure hundreds of thousands of dollars in grant funding,” said Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area’s Barbara Auten, Executive Director.

To ensure personal attention, registration is limited to 30 participants. Sign up between January 2 and February 26 for the Early Bird rate of $995. Those who enroll after February 26th will pay the standard tuition fee of $1,095.

Please see the registration website for details at A limited number of partial scholarships are available for qualified agencies.

To register for the Grantsmanship Training Program, to get more information, or to apply for a partial scholarship, contact The Grantsmanship Center at 1-800-421-9512 or

Contributed by Alzheimer's Services of the Capital Area