Where can non-profit organizations seek funding for their activities? What is the correct way to formulate the goals, objectives and to draw up the budget?

The Office for European Expertise and Communications together with an expert from the United States will help you find answers to these and other questions this November. The exciting training “Fundraising and writing project applications” is waiting for you.

If you are a non-profit organization and want to learn these important skills, be sure to apply before November 7, 2019.

Who is this U.S. expert?

Abby Ingraham, Maine, U.S.A.

Abby Ingraham is a specialist in the field of business communication and management of non-profit organizations. Abby has worked with such organizations as SydneyWater, where, through her participation, the Sydney Olympic Games (2000) initiative was backed up; the World Young Christian Women Association (World YWCA) in Geneva; the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights; the International Labor Organization, etc.

As an expert in training and counseling for NGOs, Abby has two strategies:

1) rapid organizational development through improved communication

2) training in establishing lasting cooperation with stakeholders.

And now more about the trainings

Four identical trainings will be offered in three cities: Minsk, Mahilioŭ and Viciebsk. You can apply for participation in only one of them.

Schedule of the Trainings:

● November 19 – 20, Minsk

● November 22 – 23, Viciebsk

● November 25 – 26, the city of Mahilioŭ

November 29 – 30, Minsk.

Terms of Participation

The training will be conducted in English with translation into Russian or Belarusian. The organizers cover the meals and accommodation expenses for non-residents. Travel expenses are not reimbursed.

How to apply for participation

Fill out and submit the form by November 7, 2019 inclusive. We will inform you if you are  selected before November 11, 2019.

Send all your questions to oeec.ngo@gmail.com.

The trainings will be conducted by the Office of European Expertise and Communications in partnership with the US Embassy in the Republic of Belarus.