GAAP - God Answers All Prayers is a faith-based, professional organization that trains individuals, churches and non-profit organizations on the art of grant writing. The founders are Edward and Annette Evans Smith, who have been instrumental in training thousands of participants on grant writing and seeking for the past 15 years throughout Texas.
ANNETTE EVANS SMITH is certified as a Grants Specialist/Coordinator and Project Officer. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and an Associates of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies (Legal Assistant). She has extensive training and experience in the field of grant writing and research. She has 20+ years of paralegal experience performing legal research and drafting. She is also an active member of Mt. Hebron M.B. Church in Garland, Texas.
EDWARD C. SMITH is a certified organizational developmental trainer and is currently a Senior Prescription Benefits Service Representative. Mr. Smith holds a B.S. in Human Relations and a Masters in Human Resources and Training. He has over 20 years of experience in client relations, management, training and organizational development and learning facilitation. He is an active member of Mt. Hebron M.B. Church in Garland, Texas.
At GAAP, we combine three classes in one - making the workshops practical in cost and attendance. GAAP separates itself from other grant writing training workshops by giving participants the opportunity to perform hands-on exercises.
Our goals are to expose you to the world of grant research, grant writing and tracking your proposal package. Our services are:
Grant Training- how to write an effective grant and track your proposal.
Grant Consultation- how to research a grant and how to build a grant writing team.
There are so many opportunities to receive a federal or state grant, however, there is a process that you must know. GAAP will help you understand the process and guidelines to make your chances better for receiving a grant. There are tens of thousands of dollars waiting to be awarded.
To receive a federal or government grant you will have to explain how you plan on spending the grant funds. Being prepared by having a business plan that outlines your project, plans, resources and financial budget is important. GAAP partners with a professional business plan consultant to help you get started.
A 501(c)(3) organization is a corporation, trust, unincorporated association, or other type of organization that is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of Title 26 of the United States Code. Most common type of 501(c) is for nonprofit organizations such as religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational enities.
“The Grant Writing Workshops are very valuable to businesses and nonprofit organizations. GAAP is very thorough and knowledgeable about the information ”
“I have known this very humble dynamic duo for several years and they are an excellent resource with a wealth of knowledge regarding grant writing.”
“ I am truly excited and so happy to have been present in this workshop. This was an investment that was worth it. ”
To register for our Grant Writing Training Seminar review the flyer then click the "PAY NOW" button below. After you click the PAY NOW button...
1) You will be forwarded to PayPal
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This will complete your registration. Your grant writing manual will be provided at the seminar.
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