Town of Middleburg: Grant Writing Workshop

American Legion Post 295 recently hosted the town of Middleburg’s quarterly grant writing workshop led by the Director of Business Development and Community Partnerships of Middleburg, Ali MacIntyre. This workshop is designed to help non-profits of Middleburg learn about and apply for local grants and better understand the grant writing process.

The workshop was attended by other non-profits, including Boy Scout Troop 2950, Epizelus, and The Royal British Legion. Attendees were grateful for the opportunity to learn from such an experienced and knowledgeable speaker. Ms. MacIntyre shared valuable insights and tips on how to write successful grant proposals and how to identify funding sources for specific projects.

Post 295 is committed to supporting the community in a variety of ways, and this workshop is just one of the many initiatives we undertake to help community members achieve their goals, providing education and resources to empower individuals and organizations to secure funding for important projects that benefit our community. We hope to continue hosting workshops like this in the future and provide opportunities for community members to learn and grow. Our goal is to help individuals and organizations achieve their full potential, and we believe that education and resource-sharing are critical to achieving this goal.

We thank Ali MacIntyre for sharing her expertise with us and all attendees for their participation. We remain committed to supporting the community and look forward to continuing our efforts in the future.