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The Voice of the Black Community
Social Enterprise for Nonprofits
Non-Profit
Date: October 14 - 15, 2013
Time: 8:30 am - 6:30 pm

Location: Show map
Junior League of Charlotte
1332 Maryland Avenue
Charlotte

Contact: Training Department
Phone: 800-421-9512
Email: registrar@tgci.com

In two days at The Grantsmanship Center's Social Enterprise for Nonprofits (formerly Earned Income Strategies) workshop, you'll learn:
-How to turn current activities, existing capabilities, and established stakeholder relationships into fresh and vital income streams
-How your agency's strengths can open up business opportunities
-How to guard against "mission drift"
-How to protect your IRS status
-How to evaluate social enterprise opportunities
-How to prevent diffusion of staff time and focus

Discover how to do all thisóand much, much moreóas you continue to deliver your core services to your core constituency.

Tuition is $495.

For more information about the training, visit our website: http://www.tgci.com/eis.shtml





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