The Covid-19 pandemic has wrecked havoc on the world. The nonprofit community is no exception. Needs are greater and resources are reduced. As one nonprofit professional put it: “We cannot pour from an empty cup.”
Since everyone is not experiencing “business as usual,” Princeton Community Works has developed the virtual tool Community Conversations. This will allow nonprofit professionals and volunteers to share their concerns, ideas and to help each other.
Community Conversations will be focused discussions on different topics such as staffing, operations, giving, collaboration, self-care, and volunteers in the “New Normal.”
The conversations are informal, like you would have if you met colleagues over coffee. These are not workshops.
The purpose is to share informally in a safe space, what’s working and what isn’t in the current climate and to collaborate on ideas going forward. We can learn from each other to help our organizations survive and thrive. In 2021, Community Conversations continues monthly and we’re excited to have you join in!
Community Conversations 2021
May 11th: 12:00pm to 1:00pm: Rose, Thorn and Bud – What has gone well, and what has been a Challenge and what is hopeful? Register Here
May 13th: 5:00pm to 6:00pm: Rose, Thorn and Bud – What has gone well, and what has been a Challenge and what is hopeful? Register Here
June 8th: 12:00pm to 1:00pm: Graduation – Sharing Lessons Learned and how we can graduate into a more effective organization through application and implementation. Register Here
June 8th: 5:00pm to 6:00pm: Graduation – Sharing Lessons Learned and how we can graduate into a more effective organization through application and implementation. Register Here
For More information and for suggestions, comments, questions or to say hello, please contact Marge Smith by calling 609-213-5673 or emailing to MLSPRIN75 (at) gmail.com