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Nonprofit Technical Assistance
& Professional Development

"I learned a lot from this experience, and participating created valuable and interesting connections
with other leaders in my community and region. I would highly recommend this for any emerging leader!"
Participant, Emerging Social Sector Leaders program, 2016

The Santa Fe Community Foundation is committed to supporting nonprofits in achieving their missions with excellence. Through peer connection, community dialogue, and professional development, we hope you find our programs relevant and inspiring. Let us know what's on your mind - we love hearing from you.

Please see below and visit our full calendar for program details - and make sure you are on our mailing list so that you don't miss a thing.

Leadership

It's a given that leadership is critical. In the social sector, where we are so often working with limited resources, vulnerable populations, and fundamental needs, we think this is even more true. Whether you are just beginning your nonprofit career, are a seasoned veteran, or are entering the field from another sector, we design our leadership programs to support you, and your organization's, ongoing evolution. 

2017 Nonprofit Board Programs
The Santa Fe Community Foundation, in partnership with SCORE Santa Fe, is in the pilot phase of a multi-session training for nonprofit board members through February of 2017. We look forward to sharing information and future program details with you as this effort is evaluated. If you have questions about this work please contact Annmarie McLaughlin.  

2017 Executive Director Learning Circle, A Peer Network Facilitated by Roy Bowen
Serving as the Executive Director at a nonprofit organization is an incredible opportunity and a particular challenge. It requires knowledge, stamina, resilience, and leadership. It also requires peer connection, candid discussion, and inspired creativity.
If you are a current Executive Director at an area nonprofit, please consider joining us for these sessions. The peer-focused discussion groups are organized around a specific topic with enough flexibility to allow for diverse conversation.
All sessions take place from 8:30-10:30am at the Santa Fe Communtiy Foundation, 501 Halona Street in Santa Fe.
There is no charge to attend but please register here so that we have you counted!
     Thursday, January 19, 2017: Mapping Our Organizational Assets
     Thursday, February 16, 2017: Thriving - Managing Your Organization's Growth
     Thursday, March 16, 2017: Infrastructure - Peer Resources for Internal Systems, Processes, and Procedures
    
Thursday, April 20, 2017: Working with Funders - Hear from New Mexico's Family, Private, and Corporate Grantmakers
     Thursday, May 18, 2017: topic to be discussed

2017 Emerging Social Sector Leaders, An Immersion Program for Developing Leaders Facilitated by Vicki Pozzebon
This immersion program weaves together the learning circle model with elements of professional development and mentorship. Through facilitated leadership development and peer networking, this immersion program will:

  •     Advance understanding and practice of leading in the nonprofit sector;
  •     Strengthen network of nonprofit colleagues through peer-to-peer learning and support;
  •     Deepen understanding of leadership capacity through gained leadership skills.
    Participation in this program is via application. Please see full description here and contact Annmarie McLaughlin with questions.
    All sessions take place from 1-5pm at the Santa Fe Communtiy Foundation, 501 Halona Street in Santa Fe.
         Friday, March 31, 2017
         Friday, April 28, 2017
         Friday, May 26, 2017

Best Practices Workshops

UNDER CONSTRUCTION FOR 2017

Board Management

Communication
    The Top 15 Strategic Mistakes Nonprofits Make
    with Allan Pressel
    Tuesday, October 10, 2017
    No charge. Please register here.

Finance

Fundraising

Organizational Management

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