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9 Ways Board Members Can Raise Money Without Fundraising
By Nell Edgington I’ll admit it, I’ve been on a board fundraising kick lately in the blog (here and here). I just think that if your nonprofit is going to become more strategic and financially sustainable, you have to start from
What is Asset-Based Community Development?
In partnership with the City of Macon, Community Partnership invites you to join neighborhood leaders in an enlightening training and discussion focusing on Macon’s six “Shalom Zone” neighborhoods. This series of six community meetings will be held once a month in
Max Capacity at Forsyth Bridges Training
Forsyth community leaders came together on January 10 for the Bridges Out of Poverty training presented by Monroe County Family Connection (MCFC). The 29 participants included educators, counselors, social workers, as well as representatives from law enforcement, juvenile justice,
The Secret Twitter Tool Non-Profits Can’t Afford to Ignore!
By Travis BlackwellNon-profit professionals are always wearing many hats: Not only are we busy doing the good work of our organizations, we also have to find the resources needed to carry out that work. In today’s competitive market, non-profits need
Grants Training in Macon, GA – November 17-18, 2011
Macon Police Department-Training Division and Grant Writing USA will present a two-day grants workshop in Macon, November 17-18, 2011. This training is for grant seekers across all disciplines. Attend this class and you'll learn how to find grants and write
Bridges Out of Poverty Training
Community Partnership will hold a one-day Bridges Out of Poverty training for collaborative partners on July 21 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. The training will be held at the Peyton Anderson Building at 277 MLK Jr. Blvd, Macon, GA 31201.Bridges Out of
Free Service for CP Subscribers
Now available free of charge to Community Partnership subscribers only: The Consensus Workshop This free 2-hour workshop held at your location results in consensus-based decisions that respect the diversity of perspectives within your group, inspires individual action and moves any group toward joint
Bullying Prevention and Response
For children and youth to thrive in their schools and communities, they need to feel safe and be safe — socially, emotionally, and physically. They need to feel as if they belong, and they need to feel valued. Youth, parents,
KIDS COUNT Study Shows Georgia Still Unable to Climb out of the Bottom 10 in Child Well-Being
State plateaued prior to recession, but dropout rate is down by half ATLANTA—Georgia has hit a plateau when it comes to the health, education, and economic security of its children and their families. Unable to climb out of the bottom 10
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