Promoting Your Program in the Local Community (Bilingual)
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Registration Fee: $20 includes lunch
Promoviendo su Programa en la Comunidad (Taller Bilingüe)
|Para asistencia, llamar al 831 220.127.116.11. Preguntar por Karina o Kaki para más detalles.|
Description: Your group is doing great work in the community, and you want more people to participate and support that work. In this workshop, you will learn how to get the word out to the people who should hear it and how to motivate them to join your efforts. If possible, bring several people from your group so you can better implement the ideas and tools from the workshop. Leave the workshop with a plan that will help you get more people involved soon.
Descripcion: Las organizaciones sin fines de lucro, los grupos comunitarios y los grupos rurales encuentren más y más retos para promover sus programas y servicios. Este taller discutirá cómo se puede promover con éxito sus programas y motivar a los miembros de la comunidad a participar y apoyar a usted. Se invita a varios miembros de su grupo (2-3) a asistir con la meta de trabajar unidos y poner en práctica las ideas y habilidades presentadas. Participantes saldrán del taller con un plan para involucrar a más gente.
Presenter: Kaki Rusmore, Director of the Center for Nonprofit Excellence
Kaki works to assist local nonprofit organizations to connect, lead and thrive to better achieve their goals and strengthen their communities. She has more than 25 years experience supporting community-based and nonprofit organizations, both in the US and Latin America, and is fully bilingual in Spanish and English.
She has worked with grassroots, local, regional, national and international organizations in many fields, including leadership development, rural community development, micro-enterprise, agriculture, housing, child care enterprises, and women’s programs. She has acted as director, volunteer, consultant, staff and board member in nonprofits, for-profits and cooperatives. She has an M. Ed in Adult Education and Economic Development from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Note: Your organization may qualify for a scholarship. See below.
- NGP Grantees - Current grantees of the Neighborhood Grants Program may attend for free.
- ACTION Council scholarships are offered to organizations supporting children & families who are at-risk, marginalized, or low-income.
- First 5 Funded Partners: See the list of current agencies.
- Futer Grantees are recipients of the Rudy E. Futer Fund for Human and Humane Needs
- CLP Grantees are recipients of the Community Leadership Project Phase Two funding
Notice of cancellation must be received in writing (email or fax) by the Community Foundation at least two full working days prior to the workshop. In the case of a scholarship recipient no-show, the individual may be invoiced if written cancellation is not received within two working days.