Advancing Nonprofit Capacity

Making an Impact

We are sharing some valuable resources regarding advocacy and nonprofits that we thought might be of interest to most organizations today.

If you are looking for information on how to do thinks differently to create more social change for those you serve, take a look at the following e-book and online course.

Laurel O’Sullivan, The Advocacy Collaborative, wrote the following e-book after the election: 10 Essential Qualities of High Impact Nonprofits & The Surprising Strategy They Share.”

If you’d like to delve even further into this topic, Laurel is also hosting a four-week online training course:  Advocacy Forward: From Surviving to Thriving with Advocacy Leadership. The course is based on the  content she taught at Kellogg School of Nonprofit Management, national conferences, and private trainings. If you have questions, feel free to contact Laurel at moc.e1519169687vitar1519169687oball1519169687ocyca1519169687ovda@1519169687lerua1519169687L1519169687.

 

 

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