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Sharing this online event that AAPIP NGEC friends and allies might want to check out in March! Visit their website for complete information:
The Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training (GIFT) is a multiracial organization that promotes the connection between fundraising, social justice and movement-building. GIFT believes that how groups are funded is as important to achieving their goals as how the money is spent, and that building community support is central to long-term social change. GIFT provides training, resources and analysis to strengthen organizations, with an emphasis on those focused on social justice and based in communities of color.
Create a Culture of Fundraising at Your Organization
March 16, 2010 (10am Pacific/11am Mountain/12pm Central/1pm Eastern)
Tired of working in isolation, feeling like you’re the sole person responsible for raising your organization’s budget? Heard about creating a culture of fundraising, but unsure of what it actually means in practice? Then this is the webinar for you!
Join fundraising consultant Rona Fernandez as she takes you through concrete steps to build a culture of fundraising within your organization. Learn about how to create buy-in, demystify the process of fundraising for non-development staff, and bring the FUN back to fundraising! Fundraising doesn’t have to be something your force onto your coworkers, but instead CAN be a regular part of how your organization functions.
“Chronicles of Change: A Guide to an Organization’s Theory of Social Change”
NGEC believes that all social justice organizations are drivers of change and delivery agents of solutions in the social justice movement. As such, each should have a Theory of Social Change (TOSC) to be most effective and sustainable.
As part of the journey in the NGEC’s Organizational Fellowship Program (OFP), we developed this 80-page guide to help the cohort groups in our 3-year program through the larger process of defining or refining their organization’s role in the social justice movement. We believe that the combination of process and product makes a TOSC critical to organizational transformation. The activities detailed in this guide can help groups identify existing organizational assets and suggests ways to effectively engage organizational stakeholders in the TOSC development process.
AAPIP, Asian American, capacity building, grassroots, movement building, ngec, NGEC's Organizational Fellowship Program (OFP), nonprofits, organizational capacity, social change, social justice, theory of social change, TOSC
Welcome to the BRIDGE blog!The AAPIP NGEC / BRIDGE blog features news, resources, & fresh perspectives on building a stronger social justice movement infused with gender & equity values ~ with and by Asian American Pacific Islander grassroots community organizations. Visit aapip.org & genderandequity.org for more information!
- There is Nothing More Difficult
- How NGEC’s Organizational Fellowship Program Built Our Organization’s Capacity to Achieve Gender Equity
- Ending at the Beginning: A Reflection about the Final Convening of Organizational Fellowship Program
- For Women to Be All That They Can Be
- California OFP Cohort Explores Challenges to Movement Building and Gender Democracy
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