"Give Where You Live" series, Nonprofit Organization Training

 

The Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley and the Dyson Foundation are pleased to present a training program from the Foundation Center on Wednesday, February 15th:

"Building a Sustainable Nonprofit Organization" - Presented by Richard Brewster, Executive Director of the National Center on Nonprofit Enterprise.

This important program is for executive directors, senior managers, board members, and development professionals who want to learn to assess, monitor, and improve the income portfolio of their organizations.

This new course offered by the Foundation Center walks you through the key points of nonprofit sustainability, helping you improve the way your organization uses resources and strengthens the financial health of your organization.

BENEFITS:

Strengthen the sustainability of your organizationEvaluate how well your nonprofit aligns its resources with its missionUnderstand how to monitor and improve your organization's financial healthAssess the value and costs of potential sources of support for your nonprofit

TOPICS:

The main characteristics of a sustainable nonprofitAssessing your nonprofit's sustainabilityStrengthening your nonprofit's income portfolio

BONUSES:

Free copy of Wise Decision-Making in Uncertain Times: Using Nonprofit Resources Effectively (a $34.95 value)Templates for worksheets used in the courseApplicable for six CFRE International points

The program will be held at the Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel.

Schedule:

9:00 am - 9:30 am Registration

9:30 am - 4:30 pm Training (Lunch Included)

Cost: $75 per person; $50 for each additional person from the same organization.
Space will be limited.

(This training normally costs $195)

More information/registration will be available on the Community Foundation web site shortly.