Build your capacity to write competitive grants by gaining a deeper understanding of all that goes into a successful application. In this interactive session, you will learn and discuss how to structure a grant narrative for maximum effectiveness, build data systems for impactful grant reporting, strengthen funder relationships and cultivate donors, create sustainable grant management tools, and build a culture of philanthropy across your organization.
$125 early bird | $150 standard
Dec. 13 | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Trainer: Nellie Stagg, CRC Senior Program Director
This session will explore the differences between management and leadership and provide participants with the opportunity to reflect on the type of leader they are and want to be. Participants will engage in several activities to practice leadership skills related to building trust, creating a culture of accountability, and managing their own response to challenging situations. Participants will explore organizational practices that support inclusive leadership and engage in individual reflection, which includes building an understanding of how implicit bias impacts one’s own leadership. This full day session will benefit both individuals in formal management roles and those looking to advance their opportunity for leadership.
$175 early bird | $200 standard
Part I: Dec. 1 | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Part II: Dec. 6 | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Trainer: Alex McHenry, CRC Senior Program Manager
This session will provide nonprofits with an in-depth overview of the key components of government grant applications. It will provide opportunities for hands-on development of several grant components including the grant narrative, goals and objectives, budgets, and other attachments such as the logic model, letters of support, and evaluation plan. This training is being offered by Community Resource Center through the GrantCorps and is free for eligible organizations.
Dec. 8 | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Trainer: Katy Pepinsky, CRC Director of GrantCorps
The Colorado Healthcare Corps is designed to attract talented individuals to the healthcare field, while strengthening the capacity of healthcare facilities across the state. We’ve recently added the following member positions to this program: Patient Care Navigator, Pharmacy Tech, Behavioral Health Tech, EMTs, and Patient Care Assistants. We also still have positions for members who are CNA, QMAP, MA, or uncertified and want to receive on the job training.
If your organization serves individuals who may be interested in this opportunity, refer them to crcamerica.org/chc/.
If your organization is a healthcare facility, you can apply to host members today at crcamerica.org/chc/host/. CRC pays all member benefits.
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America + Civic Language Project
Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement (PACE)
PACE has released the findings of their America and Civic Language Project. This report is an extension of PACE’s Civic Language Perceptions, which was designed to understand voters’ perceptions of civic engagement terms. America + Civic Language is an analysis of this data and what it means for civic engagement.