Identifying and Applying for Funding Opportunities

Friday May 22nd, 2020

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Please join Erie Arts & Culture for a virtual discussion on May 28 at 4:30 PM about how artists and non-profit organizations can identify funding opportunities and prepare their applications accordingly. Charles "Chuck" Gray, Impact Corry Community Development Director, and our Executive Director, Patrick Fisher, will discuss how to best set yourself up for success when applying for grants. No previous grant or funding application experience is required.

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About Charles "Chuck" Gray:

Impact Corry Community Development Director Charles Eurydice Gray is a summa cum laude graduate of Grove City College with dual degrees in Communication Arts and Literature with a teaching concentration. Gray has worked in executive and leadership positions in the non-profit and governmental sectors for nearly 30 years. In the early 1990s, Gray began studying workplace applications of Myers & Briggs Personality Type Assessments, Strategic Planning, Project Management and McNellis Compression Planning. Gray is also a career-long fundraiser, having managed capital campaigns, general operations and project fundraising efforts. Gray is a synergy builder, natural marketer, planner and project manager.

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