Nonprofit education series returns to Alamosa


ALAMOSA — In partnership with the Southern Colorado Community Foundation (SCCF), Community Resource Center (CRC) is offering a five-part nonprofit education series in Alamosa and Pueblo.

Grounded in best practices while highlighting emerging innovations, this five part series is designed to support boards, executive directors and staff as they serve their missions and communities. The series aims to equip nonprofit professionals in Southern Colorado with core skills and knowledge needed to lead effective and efficient organizations.

Topics include Financial Leadership (April 3rd in Pueblo), Fund Development & Individual Giving (May 22nd in Pueblo), Nonprofit Advocacy (June 28th in Alamosa), Board Leadership (July 17th in Pueblo), and Strategic Planning (August 28th in Alamosa).

CRC is a statewide organization that creates opportunities, tools and strategies to develop nonprofits and community groups that strengthen Colorado. As part of this mission, CRC facilitates affordable statewide training opportunities for nonprofit professionals.

CRC believes in the power of the nonprofit sector to affect change and support thriving communities. Maria Fabula, president and chief executive officer of Community Resource Center, said this of the partnership: “CRC is grateful for the partnership with the Southern Colorado Community Foundation and is proud to serve the robust nonprofit community in southern Colorado.”

The series kicks off on April 3rd at the Pueblo Library, Rawlings Branch, with a full-day session on Financial Leadership, led by Maria Fabula.

For additional information regarding the partnership, training topics, dates, and locations of each session visit http://bit.ly/CRCEdu. Each half-day session is priced at $25 and each full-day at $50. The full series price is $200.  

Contact: Rebecca Gorrell, Director of Education and Leadership Development, [email protected], 303.623.1540 X100.

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