Join fellow nonprofit leaders, Grassroots Fund grantees, and passionate citizens on November 30 – December 2 at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, NH for the RootSkills Conference as part of the RootSkills Series Training: Building Resilient Communities.
We welcome you to learn, share, & work together to develop actionable, holistic strategies that create more inclusive communities & programs. At this event, we’ll be grappling with tough questions, sharing inspiring solutions, and looking to hear from YOU!
This event is open to community members interested in social justice, building bridges between silos, and working to develop a plan towards building a more just and sustainable society.
Don’t hestiate to contact us with any questions at 603-905-9915. For scholarship information, please email Ally Philip at email@example.com
To be a presenter or member of a planning committee, contact Ally Philip at firstname.lastname@example.org
For tabling or sponsorhip information, contact Nakia Navarro at email@example.com
Register online here.
All interested speakers and workshop leaders can apply here.
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