If you are a part of a smaller nonprofit, you know all too well the challenges you face:
Attend an interactive, day and a half workshop designed for the unique needs of your organization.
To equip smaller nonprofits with tools to address these challenges, this interactive day and a half workshop will feature:
SPECIAL BONUS FEATURES
Impact of Economic Crisis on Fundraising
Spotlight on Success: Live Case Study Lunch Session
Learn from the success stories and fund development best practices of local nonprofit organizations.
Tools to Go Kit
Workbook and CD with
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Executive directors and other staff
Others looking to sharpen their skills
Early Registration (Before 2/19/09): $180.00
Registration for two or more attendees from the same organization: $135.00 each.
On-site registration: $210.00
Cost includes: continental breakfast, lunch and workshop materials
Candace Gray, Gray Consulting Group andRegina Nippert, Catalyst for Good
Thursday, Feb. 26, 2009
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 27, 2009
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Bill J. Priest Campus of El Centro College
1402 Corinth Street
Dallas, TX 75215
For More Details
Workshop Sponsored by: Catalyst for Good, Gray consulting Group, and North texas Small Business Development Center Network
About the Instructors
Candace Gray is the founder of the independent consulting practice, Gray Consulting Group. She founded the practice in 2003 after working for many years in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors. Ms.Gray provides non-profit management expertise in areas such as fundraising, strategic planning, program development and community development.
Ms. Gray’s past experience includes creating a small grants program and reviewing funding proposals submitted to a local foundation. During this time, she gained valuable insight into the key components of winning proposals.
Ms. Nippert is currently the Executive Director of the Dallas Faith Communities Coalition. She has spent the past twenty-five years working in a variety of community building settings including the practice of architecture, affordable home building, community and economic development, micro-lending and the public charter school movement. Ms. Nippert is also a skilled trainer for strategic and business planning, board development, fundraising, project design and community-based development