Introduction to Grants
April 23, 2020, 9 AM to 3:30 PM
Amarillo Area Foundation
This workshop will give a basic introduction and overview of grants. Topics of discussion will include:
” What is a grant?
” How do you find a grant opportunity?
” How do you apply for a grant?
” What are the best practices when seeking funding?
” What do you do after the funding decision?
There will be a one-hour lunch break. Participants can choose a lunch selection when registering, bring their own lunch, or leave during that time.
Jessica Tudyk, MS Ed, MCHES is the Program Officer at the Mary E. Bivins Foundation in Amarillo, Texas.
Jessica has earned a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Education from Baylor University. A Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES), Jessica has spent her entire career with nonprofits in the Texas Panhandle.
Matt Morgan is a Grants Program Officer at the Amarillo Area Foundation.
Matt oversees the Foundation’s Discretionary, Catalyst, and HRMC grant programs. Matt has earned a bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene. He is passionate about the Texas Panhandle and sees Amarillo Area Foundation grants as an opportunity to create a lasting impact on the lives in our community.
Roxann Ball is the Program Officer for the Nonprofit Service Center at the Amarillo Area Foundation.
Roxann has earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Michigan University.
Roxann has experience in nonprofit management, accounting, and fundraising and has worked at numerous nonprofits across the country in both paid and volunteer positions. Roxann is committed to using her skills and the resources of the Amarillo Area Foundation in exceptional service to the nonprofit community of the Texas Panhandle.