Nonprofit training offered
Nonprofits looking for money might want to tap into free grant training provided by local governments.The city of Aspen and Pitkin County are providing free grant training in performance measurement evaluation to nonprofits May 14-15. The training is available to any interested nonprofit organization headquartered or operating in the Roaring Fork Valley. The three-hour sessions offer information useful for completing a successful grant application. On May 14, there will be a morning session and an afternoon session for basic training in completing a grant application and creating performance measurement systems. On May 15, there will be a morning session and an afternoon session on advanced training, focusing on developing outcome measures that show community impact. The training presents the types of surveys, sample size and the steps needed to conduct a meaningful survey.For more information or to RSVP for a training session, contact Sheila Babbie in City Halls finance department at 920-5040, or Mitzi Ledingham in Pitkin Countys health and human services department, at 920-5766. All trainings will be held at the Health & Human Services Building on Castle Creek Road. Grant information also is available on the web at http://www.aspenpitkin.com/depts/80/.
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