Leadership Snohomish County accepting proposals for community impact projects

Fresh perspective and hands-on help for your cause
Jun 10, 2013

If the non-profit organization you’re involved with has all the resources it needs, read no further. Anyone?

Everyone else: here’s a great opportunity to get fresh perspective and hands-on help to move your mission forward, starting this fall.

Leadership Snohomish County (LSC) is accepting proposals for community impact projects for the 2013-2014 program year.

For the past 15 years, LSC has used these projects to deepen the connection between the “talk” and the “walk” in our community. Past projects have supported a wide range of community needs, including board development, needs assessment, capital improvements, marketing and fundraising, volunteer recognition and strategic planning.

Class participants collaborate to successfully complete projects within the program year, while each develops his or her own leadership skills in the process.

Six projects will be selected for the Signature Class, to be carried out between November 2013 and April 2014. Five non-profit events will be selected for the Leadership Challenge class. Events must take place by April 30, 2014.

Proposals are accepted from agencies with 501c3 status serving Snohomish County

Applications and past project examples are available at www.leadershipsc.org

A question and answer session will be offered from 10 – 11 a.m., on Thursday, July 18th at Greater Everett Community Foundation, 2823 Rockefeller Avenue, Everett.

Register to attend the free Q&A session at http://lscimpactprojects.eventbrite.com.

Submit completed proposals to Sarri Gilman, Executive Director, at sarrig@leadershipsc.org by 5 p.m., on Tuesday, August 20. Agencies will be notified by Friday, September 20.

About Leadership Snohomish County

Leadership Snohomish County develops leaders for a lifetime by providing education and opportunities for people and organizations to strengthen our community.

Their program helps participants acquire an understanding of the critical issues affecting the region and the leadership and stewardship capabilities necessary to resolve them.

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