Frisco Arts is offering a Fund Development Workshop in partnership with Center for Nonprofit Management. Join us on Saturday, January 28, 2017, 10-12:30pm at the Vivian McCallum Conference room on the 4th floor of Frisco City Hall.
Topics to be covered are “The Strength of Grant Proposals– Effective Research and Writing“, and “Frisco Arts Grants Q&A“. Beth Myers, certified trainer and VP of the Center for NonProfit Management, will be conducting Part 1 from 10am-12pm, and Frisco Arts President Julie Shipp will host Part 2 from 12-12:30pm. This workshop is sponsored in part by Collin College, who now offers a Nonprofit Certificate program.
Beth Myers serves as Vice President of Consulting and Education. In this role, she is responsible for setting strategy and direction for all educational and consulting programs, as well as consulting directly with clients. Beth’s career spans 25 years in the nonprofit sector with experience in staff and board development, employee relations, financial planning and management, fund development, corporate partnerships, and executive business coaching.
Cost is only $35 for the workshop. Space is limited, so reserve your spot today! Contact Tammy Meinershagen at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.