Lunch & Learn Workshop Series #2: Writing a Winning Proposal Narrative

Lunch & Learn Workshop Series: How to Write Successful Grants in Prevention

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Session two focuses on the key parts of a strong grant proposal narrative in the field of prevention.


Learning Objectives:

  • Write a compelling problem statement which describes the problem they aim to solve using data (substance use prevalence, risk/protective factors, consequence data) gathered from their local community.
  • Write a strong project description that outlines the evidence-based and/or evidence-informed activities of the grant and is organized using SMART goals and objectives.
  • Draft a strategy for evaluation that demonstrates how to show the impact of the proposed project.
  • Propose a project budget that outlines how funds will be used to accomplish the proposed project activities.


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Presented by:

Drew Reynolds, PhD, MSW, MEd

Drew Reynolds, PhD, MSW, MEd is Principal Consultant at Common Good Data, where he provides data and program evaluation services to nonprofits and the public sector. In his consulting work, he advises organizations in how to use data-driven decision-making to design and evaluate effective programs, secure funding, and improve community wellbeing. While he serves organizations across many sectors, Drew – a social worker - has developed an expertise in providing data and program evaluation services for organizations in prevention, mental health, human services, and education. Drew also advises organizations on how to improve data and evaluation activities through a diversity, equity, and inclusion lens that attends to the culturally, linguistically, and racially diverse contexts in which many organizations serve.




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Starts: Jun. 3, 2024 12:00 pm
Ends: Jun. 3, 2024 1:30 pm
Registration Deadline
June 3, 2024
Event Type
Webinar/Virtual Training
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