Kingston Voluntary Action is excited to announce that it will run a pilot of the Plinth AI Grant Writing Tool on 12 September, 10.00-12.00 at Canbury Buisness Park. To support Kingston organisations, we are sponsoring Plinth credits, allowing you to experience the AI Grant Writing Tool firsthand.

Limited slots are available (only 10 credits, 1 per organisation) for an in-person session, so be sure to secure your spot on a first-come, first-serve basis.




During this session, you will learn how to:


  • Register with Plinth 
  • Activate a Plinth credit sponsored by KVA 
  • Upload a grant to the tool 
  • Select the best evidence to upload 
  • Make edits to the final draft 



By the end of this session, you will:


  • Learn how to use Plinth AI Grant writing 
  • Improve your ability to apply for multiple grants 
  • Understand how to use AI securely and efficiently  


Additional information:


  • Please bring a laptop 
  • Have any documents ready that can be uploaded, some examples: 
  • CEO reports 
  • Impact reports 
  • Budget 
  • Any written info on your org 
  • Successful grant application 
  • Website URL 


The trainer

Ceci is Partnerships Lead at Plinth. She supports charities to improve their monitoring and evaluation through Plinth’s free CRM, and more recently focuses on how collecting the right information can help charities to get more funding. Most recently Ceci has been showing charities and commissioners how AI can be used to level the playing field in grant writing. 


Venue address: Canbury Business Park, Units 6 & 7, Elm Cres, Kingston upon Thames KT2 6HJ

This training is for voluntary organisations based in Kingston upon Thames