Nonprofit Impact Initiative Announces First Grants to Support Long-Term Health of Local Nonprofits
The Nonprofit Impact Initiative has awarded $35,000 in initial grants to strengthen local organizations in the first component of a multi-tiered program to support nonprofits in Brown, Door, Kewaunee and Oconto counties.
The first group learning session, the 2019 Impact Summit, is scheduled for November 6, 2019, and is open to nonprofit leadership, board volunteers and staff members.
The Nonprofit Impact Initiative is a new funding and program collaborative concentrated on supporting nonprofit development for long-term success. This initiative has four program pillars: capacity-building grants, group learning sessions, educational tools and technical assistance.
“The upcoming summit will be an opportunity for peers to share experiences and collaborate to address the needs of our community. We are excited to partner with other funders in the Nonprofit Impact Initiative to support our nonprofits with tools and resources and to provide leaders with an opportunity to work together in a new way,” said Amber Paluch, Vice President of Community Engagement for the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation.
Launched in early spring, the Nonprofit Impact Initiative recently distributed the first round of capacity-building grant awards ranging from $2,500 to $7,500 each. Funding supports the following …
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