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Grant Writing Ethics and Budgets
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Grant Writing Ethics and Budgets

This course teaches you techniques for presenting grant budgets that are realistic and aligned with grant narratives, as well as easy to read and understand. You’ll learn to develop grant budgets that are designed to make a good impression on the grant reviewer.

When: Thursday, April 12th
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Where: The Regas Building
318 N. Gay Street
Knoxville, Tennessee  37917
United States
Presenter: Terrence Carter
Contact: Chloe Perry

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Member: $75.00

Non-Member: $225.00

Student Member: $25.00


Learning Objectives:

  • Determine what budget line-items are allowable, allocable, and reasonable
  • Design grant budgets that are easy to read and understand
  • Differentiate direct and indirect cost for appropriate breakdown of costs

ABN Fund Development Certificate:

This workshop counts as 3 credits towards the ABN Fund Development Certificate. To receive this certificate, a participant must earn 18 credits (six qualifying courses) within a two-year period. Credits are tracked on individual sub-accounts (not admin accounts) as course credit stays with the individual. For more information, contact Chloe Perry at


CFRE Credits:

Full participation in Grant Writing Ethics & Budgets is applicable for 3 points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or re-certification. For more information about the Certified Fund Raising Executive credential visit



This course is intended for beginners with little to no experience in the topic. Please keep in mind, the levels are simply a guideline. Please contact Chloe Perry at for specific questions about the level of this course.



Terrence Carter has 29 years of experience in community, economic, and business development. He earned his bachelor’s degree in public administration from the University of Tennessee and his master’s degree in public administration from Baruch College in New York, NY.

Carter worked for the City of Knoxville for 10 years, Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) for two and a half years, and served as executive director for the Partnership for Neighborhood Improvement for seven years. He has been a professional development instructor for the University of Tennessee since 2004.

Carter currently serves as the director of economic and community development for the Knoxville Area Urban League, working with local, state, and federal organizations to plan and implement economic development projects that spur business growth and development throughout Knox County and the East Tennessee region. He oversees a $3.5 million loan program and entrepreneurship training program, facilitates business seminars and workshops, and prepares grant and investment proposals. Carter is a results-oriented leader with demonstrated initiative and creativity, and has a demonstrated track record of developing and implementing mission-critical strategies, projects, and programs.


Cancellation Courtesy:
If you wish to cancel your registration, notification of your registration cancellation must be received by email to Chloe Perry at five business days prior to the class. Please view our full cancellation policy here.

Special Accommodations:
If you require special accommodation in order to attend an ABN training, please contact Chloe Perry at 865-313-2077 or no less than five days prior to the training you wish to attend.

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