Thursday, January 5, 2012

Start the year off right: Learn something!

A number of events have been added to the Advocacy and Learning Calender; items include:
  • Program Strategies to Improve Housing Stability for Vulnerable Families, January 11
  • Follow-up meeting for the Public Dialogue on Community Needs and Community Spaces, January 11
  • SIDEHUSTLE SATURDAY, January 14
  • The Politics of Economic Opportunity: Will Growing Poverty Affect Election 2012?, January 17
  • Green Places, Play Spaces, Income, and Race: How Parks and Recreation Can Support Physical Activity among Diverse and Underserved Populations, January 18
  • Five Steps for Engaging and Maintaining Strong Partnerships, February 7

Council Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development (CNHED) is offering a free five-week advocacy series to improve the skills of those advocating for increased affordable housing.   The workshops take place on Wednesday evenings in January and February and attendance at all is required.   More information in English and Spanish is on the Housing for All Blog (UPDATED: 1/5, 7 pm).

And of course there are the opportunities catalogued by Wild Apricot in their regular monthly list of free nonprofit webinars.   The January 2012 list is here.

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