Collaborating for Success: Nonprofit Facilities & Shared Workspace

Seattle, Washington
Monday, April 02, 2012
Collaborating for Success: Nonprofit Facilities & Shared Workspace
Monday, April 02, 2012 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (Pacific Time)

2100 Building
2100 24th Ave South
Seattle, Washington 98144
United States

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NCN Member: $259 | Early Bird: $179 (until March 2)
Nonmember: $345 | Early Bird: $295 (until March 2)
Group Discount: 10% off total amount with 3+ registrants from an organization



Learn effective models to catalyze collaboration, enhance services, and increase impact.


Do you want to create collaborative, quality workspace for nonprofit organizations?  Learn how to develop and manage shared nonprofit facilities to generate positive impact in your community. This interactive full-day training is designed to lead you through the complex processes of creating a mission-enhancing, financially sustainable shared workspace.

Why reinvent the wheel? Gain best practices and resources to help you save time and avoid costly mistakes for your real estate project.

This regional training will offer:

  • Practical tools to help you develop, finance, and design multi-tenant nonprofit facilities
  • Strategic considerations for offering shared workspace and co-location models
  • Proven models of success for sharing administrative services, technology, and programs
  • Opportunities to connect with experienced nonprofit leaders and industry partners
Who should attend?

  • New Projects in Development: Gain practical tools to save time and money by avoiding costly mistakes as you create shared workspace, administrative services, technology, or programs.
  • Foundations and Donors: Explore models for investing in nonprofit facilities and strategies to maintain or increase services while cutting costs.
  • Government Officials: Learn how to partner with nonprofits to leverage resources and create drivers of economic development.
  • Developers and Other Private Sector Service Firms: Get exposure to new developments in the nonprofit sector and the potential for private-public partnerships.
 

Contact Information

  • Phone: 415-561-6365 Email: mmartinez@tides.org
 
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