Cape & Islands Partnership for Nonprofit Advancement Launches Survey
The Cape & Islands Partnership for Nonprofit Advancement has launched a survey to gauge the training and professional development needs of regional nonprofit organizations. The data gathered from the survey will be used to help shape capacity building initiatives for Cape and Islands nonprofits. The Partnership is a regional collaborative whose mission is to leverage resources to effectively coordinate and expand training and educational opportunities for our area.
“Sustainability of our Cape and Islands nonprofit community is foremost in the Partnership’s priorities,” said Kristin O’Malley Executive Director of The Cape Cod Foundation. “The intention of the survey is to identify opportunities to enhance the programming available to our regional organizations with an emphasis on capacity building.”
All staff, volunteer and board members of area nonprofit organization are encouraged to participate. Links to the survey can be found on The Cape Cod Foundation’s website, www.capecodfoundation.org, by clicking LEARN-Community Leadership-Cape & Islands Partnership for Nonprofit Advancement.
Members of the Cape & Islands Partnership for Nonprofit Advancement include: The Cape Cod Foundation (facilitator), Associated Grant Makers, Bilezikian Family Foundation, Bridgewater State University of Cape Cod, Cape Cod Community College Workforce Education Resource Center, Cape Cod SCORE, Cape Cod Volunteers, Cape & Islands United Way, Community Foundation for Nantucket, Gestalt International Study Center, Goodwin Procter LLP, Massachusetts Nonprofit Network, Philanthropy Partners of the Cape and Islands, and Suffolk University Moakley Center for Public Advancement.
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