Dodge’s Board Leadership Training Series, designed for executive leaders and board members of Dodge grantee organizations, is a comprehensive step-by-step program to build a stronger and more effective Board of Directors for your organization. We have teamed up with The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University's Business School to present a comprehensive training series. It includes overviews of nonprofit life cycles and assessment, strategic planning, financial management, recruiting and retaining effective board members and more.
Your public image is as important to your work as your mission. With so many channels of communication available, it’s a great time to reach more people, share your vision, mission and values — and call your audiences to action to achieve vital goals!
As part of our ongoing commitment to providing technical assistance opportunities for our grantees, this year we are offering some exciting new options for making the most of communications and media tools to promote your good work in 2016.
Instead of a workshop series, our creative partner Social Impact Studios will help our grantees in more direct ways — while also hosting regional learning-community-style events throughout the year.
Visit the Public Image Works Hub!
Prudential Loan Fund Workshop
The Prudential Loan Fund offers short-term loans to eligible New Jersey nonprofit arts and culture organizations. This workshop is facilitated by Hilda Polanco, FMA founder and CEO, and covers all aspects of the Loan Fund from its application process to how to use the fund as a resource for your organization.
The workshop, offered in the spring and fall, is mandatory for organizations that intend to apply to the Fund this fiscal year.
For more information and to register, email rsimon(at)grdodge(dot)org.
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