Business Grant for Community Pharmacy

Lasting Solutions for Improving Health and Impacting Lives

COVID shined a spotlight on pharmacies as the most accessible healthcare providers in our communities. This shift opened new doors to grant awards as funders pivot their programming to a more basic-needs, grassroots focus.

Within this educational webinar, PDS Business Coach Shannon Schulz and Grant Writer Gina Williams discuss the opportunities grants can open for your pharmacy and ways to secure grants for your business.We know independent pharmacists care about their patients. Research and development grants open new opportunities for your pharmacy to deliver more services and support your community.

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Watch this replay to

Gain Insight

to the grant application process and important focal points not to overlook

Start Visualizing

the various ways grants can support your community and business growth

Get an Understanding

of which grants are available at Federal, State, Local, and Private levels.

We know independent pharmacists care about their patients.

Research and development grants open new opportunities for your pharmacy to deliver more services and support your community.

Shannon Schulz

Shannon Schulz

Learning Experience Manager & Business Coach

Shannon received her bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Eastern Michigan and her master’s in management from Aquinas College. She gets to pay it forward as a business coach for independent pharmacies by helping to develop high-performance and accountable teams that can leverage technology, data, and innovation to drive better patient outcomes and business results.

Gina Williams

Gina Williams

Recognized Grant Writer and Founder of GirlWrites LLC

Gina Williams founded GirlWrites LLC in 2020. She is a freelance grant writer, researcher, and nonprofit consultant. Gina conducts grant research, writes award-winning narratives, and provides consulting to help entities achieve their funding goals. Before starting her own business, she spent 25 years in philanthropy development and policy writing. Her love of telling the stories of others has led to over 30 million dollars in grant awarded funds. Gina earned a master’s degree in nonprofit management from the University of Portland.