Grantmaking for Philanthropists Students present $3,000 check to Domestic Violence Intervention Center
Students in the College of Human Sciences Grantmaking for Philanthropists class finished off their semester of hard work by presenting a $3,000 check to the Domestic Violence Intervention Center, or DVIC, to help the organization’s ongoing fight to eliminate violence in the lives of men, women and children in the five-county area the DVIC serves.
The grantmaking course, which is offered by the Department of Consumer and Design Sciences, is led by Assistant Professor of Philanthropy and Nonprofits studies Dr. Peter Weber who helps students understand the inner workings of non-profits, grant proposal writing, how to read proposal packages, the importance of collaboration while working in a group setting and more.
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Submitted by: Kimberly Hendrix