In 2022, the Community Foundation of the Ozarks hosted Heather Zoromski, executive director for Darr Family Foundation, for a series of monthly grant workshops for nonprofit partners.
Click the links below to watch videos of each session:
- No. 1: Getting Started with Grants
- No. 2: Program Design Considerations
- No. 3: Conveying Need with Data and Stories
- No. 4: Developing a Budget
- No. 5: Writing a Winning Narrative
- No. 6: The Importance of Evaluation
About Heather Zoromski
Heather Zoromski is a lifelong resident of southwest Missouri and has 19 years of experience in nonprofit administration, grant writing and grantmaking. Before coming to the Darr Family Foundation, she served as grants administrator for Skaggs Foundation in Branson and as executive director for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals of CoxHealth in Springfield. She holds a bachelor’s degree in child and family development, and a master’s in public health, both from Missouri State University, as well as a certification in grant writing from the American Grant Writer’s Association. Along with her work at the Darr Family Foundation, she is an adjunct instructor for Evangel University in the College of Business and the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. She serves on the boards of the Kyle Bruton Foundation, Elevate Branson and Nixa Public Schools.