Shared Spaces & Services: Smart & Sustainable
Monday, April 30, 2012 2:00 pm
Free. Times shown are in Eastern Time (ET).
How can your nonprofit benefit from sharing spaces and services? To start:
- Maximize impact with more efficient operations (i.e., save time, money, and effort)
- Work with and/or bounce ideas off of your nonprofit "roommates"
- Attract potential funders, who like to see collaboration among nonprofits
Get info on trends, upsides and downsides, strategies, and resources, from a leading expert on the subject and a director who leads a shared space for ten nonprofits. We will devote most of the hour to your questions!
China Brotsky is part of the executive team at Tides which is responsible for the integrated management of the Tides organizations. China is also Managing Director of Tides Shared Spaces, which creates, operates and promotes sustainable work space for nonprofits. China also co-founded and directs The NonprofitCenters Network. She lectures and consults internationally on the creation and operation of green nonprofit facilities and the development of shared services programs. Read more...
Peggy Eagan is the Executive Director of the Children and Family Services Center in Charlotte, NC, a 100,000 square foot facility that houses 10 nonprofits that serve children and families in the Charlotte area. In this facility, collaboration occurs in the areas of space sharing, technology, shared back office services, and programming. Peggy is an accomplished public speaker/trainer who has facilitated board and staff retreats, task forces, and project groups locally and across the nation.
How It Works:
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