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TD Culture Lab – Grant Writing Success: Tips and Tricks

Sponsored by TD Bank Group and presented by Mississauga Arts CouncilTD Culture Lab is a series of professional development webinars designed specifically for the creative sector in Mississauga.

Grant application deadlines might be looming, but writing the application doesn’t have to be stressful! Join MAC as we learn tips and tricks to writing successful grant applications with webinar host, Rohit Mehta (DoGood Fundraising).

Webinar Details:

  • When: Tuesday, February 22, 2022
  • Time: 7:00pm-8:30pm
  • Where: Virtual Zoom Webinar
  • Tickets: The webinar is FREE to attend, but you must register on Eventbrite to receive the link.

About this Webinar:

Grant Deadlines might be looming, but writing your next application doesn’t have to be stressful! Join, Rohit Mehta, Founder and President of DoGood Fundraising as he provides tips and tricks for your next grant application to stand above the crowd. This webinar will explore how artists can use existing grants to generate funds for their work and effective strategies for artists to have their applications appeal to peer assessment reviewers.

About the Presenter:

Rohit Mehta is the Founder and President of DoGood Fundraising. A University of Toronto graduate, Rohit has been active in the non-profit sector for 16 years. He was appointed to a five-year term with the Grant Review Team of the Ontario Trillium Foundation and served a two-year term with the Grant Review Committee of the Ministry of Children and Youth Services’ Youth Opportunities Fund.

Rohit reviewed and assessed over 300 grant applications, and distributed over $60 Million in funding to community-based non-profits, charities, and grassroots groups. His experience working in fundraising roles with several non-profit and charities, and over a decade volunteering as a Board Member and leader within the sector, led him to start DoGood Fundraising. The business helps non-profits, charities, and artists to raise funds through grant writing, funder research, and professional development training.