Free grant writing workshop this month can help Native Hawaiian and other non-profit groups

| March 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you are involved with a non-profit organization that would like help in grant writing, a free workshop this month at Kulana ‘Oiwi might be just what you need.
Hi’ilei Aloha, LLC is offering this no-cost workshop (normally there is a $25 registration fee) on March 22 at the Kuala’ Oiwi conference room from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

If you are new to grant writing, or just want to brush up your skills, this fun and interactive workshop on the “A-B-C’s of grant writing” may be just the thing. The workshop will focus on key parts of a successful proposal and how to write a winning grant proposal.

Hi’ilei will touch on the overall proposal development process; board and staff roles; how and where to look for funding sources and how to keep funders happy.

Everyone is encouraged to register early since seating is limited to 20 participants. This workshop is open to Native Hawaiian organization and those whose mission and purpose is to primarily serve Native Hawaiians. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

To get the most from this workshop, participants need to bring the following information about their organization and project: current or rejected proposal, description and budget, funding notice that interests your organization.

To register, go to the online form at By mail, send form to Hi’ilei Aloha LLC, Attention: Gigi Cairel, 711 Kapi’olani Blvd. Suite 1430, Honolulu, HI 96813. Registration form must be received by March 19.

For more information, contact Gigi Cairei at 808-596-8990, ext. 1003; email, or visit the website

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