Thursday, 29 March 2012

Community Collaboration & Partnerships

11 April- Community Collaboration & Partnerships
Wednesday, 11 April 2012 from 08:30 to 17:00 (MT)

Bob Lamb Building
8015 Franklin Avenue

Event Details
It is no longer beneficial for groups in the community to be competing alone in the non-profit arena. Today, groups can do a lot more by working together with others who have similar goals. Nowadays, funders and other stakeholders are increasingly looking for evidence of collaboration for the purpose of capitalizing on synergies and avoiding duplication.

Join us to explore collaborative and partnering ideas and options in a workshop setting, while learning some tips and tricks to more effective collaboration and partnering in the non-profit sector. Learn from a panel of local nonprofits who will share their own experiences in partnering and collaborating with other organizations.

Panelist include:
RMWB, Safe Community Wood Buffalo, Leadership Wood Buffalo, Social Prosperity, Events Wood Buffalo and Volunteer Wood Buffalo

Workshop Purpose:
a. to explore potential opportunities to build capacity in the sector
b. to consider means of increasing organizational efficiency and effectiveness
c. to identify potential of collaboration and partnerships for fund development proposals
d. to identify the key principles of and requirements for effective collaboration and partnership
e. to learn from the collaboration experiences of other nonprofits in our community
f. to develop a specific organization application plan to assist in moving forward in participants’ collaboration and/or partnering efforts.

This workshop is brought to you in partnership with:

Thanks to our funders for making it possible for Nonprofit Sector Link to offer our workshops at a minimal cost or for free.

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