RootSkills In-Person Training

When:
April 29, 2017 @ 2:00 pm – 6:30 pm
2017-04-29T14:00:00-04:00
2017-04-29T18:30:00-04:00

WHERE: 
University of Southern Maine, 96 Falmouth St, Portland, ME

COST:
$40 Early-Bird, $10 Students

Register Today!   Agenda
Join fellow Grassroots Fund grantees, community organizers, nonprofit leaders, and passionate students on April 29, 2017 at the University of Southern Maine (Portland, ME) for the second RootSkills In-Person Training, as part of the Grassroots Fund’s 2017 RootSkills Training Series. This year’s series theme is ‘Building Resilient Communities’, through Spirit in Action’s Theory of Transformation to collectively transform the world by working with communities to Reimagine culture, Resist domination, Reform institutions and Recreate society.
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!
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Why attend the RootSkills In-Person Training?
9 interactive workshops, on topics from fundraising to marketing to youth organizing, lead by community leaders and organizers from across New England 
Day-long intenstive workshop with trainers from Third Sector New England on creating diverse, inclusive community programs and networks
A lunchtime panel on Civic Engagement from local community leaders 
Speed Seed Application rounds – Apply for a grant with the help of Grassroots Fund staff!
Meet and network with fellow grantees and grassroots community organizers
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. 
This in-person training is brought to you from the New England Grassroots Environment Fund through the RootSkills Training Series.

Link: grassrootsfund.org/tools/events/rootskills-in-person-training-portland-me

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