Thursday, October 16, 2008

Want to launch an Earned Revenue Venture?

Do you have an idea to expand the revenue for your organization?

Are you currently operating a business venture to earn income and help your organization achieve its mission?

Could you benefit from intensive technical assistance to achieve your earned income goals?

Join us to learn more about the North Texas Community Wealth Collaborative at an Information Session

Fort Worth:
Wednesday, November 5, 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Ft. Worth Botanic Garden
Redbud Hall
3220 Botanic Garden Blvd
Ft. Worth

Thursday, November 6, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Center for Community Cooperation,
Oak Corner Room,
2900 Live Oak,

Registration Deadline:
Friday, Oct. 31

The North Texas Community Wealth Collaborative is an exciting 11-month project focused on assisting nonprofit organizations in development and growing earned income ventures. These information sessions, facilitated by Community Wealth Ventures and the Center for Nonprofit Management, will provide an opportunity to learn more about the Collaborative, how to apply, and what to expect from participation in the project. We suggest that the executive director, a board member and another member of the senior staff attend the session.Six to eight nonprofit organizations will be selected from the applicant pool to participate in the Collaborative. It is designed for nonprofits that are currently running an earned income venture or have demonstrated a commitment to launching one. Collaborative participants will receive intensive business planning and venture development assistance, which will result in a focused business plan to guide the growth of the venture.

Register now!

Registration Deadline:
Friday, Oct. 31

Space is limited, so please RSVP early to reserve a spot.

Click here for more information about the program or contact Charlotte Keany at (214-826-3470, ext. 244) or Diana Peacock at (202-478-6578).

North Texas Community Wealth Collaborative Partners:
Community Wealth Ventures, Inc.
Center for Nonprofit Management

Funding Partners:
Meadows Foundation
Amon G. Carter Foundation
Harold Simmons Foundation
Citigroup Foundation
Several anonymous funders

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