Now Accepting Applications for Nonprofit Leadership Circles Series

Community Foundation hosts program to support nonprofit leadership development

The Community Foundation of NCW is now accepting applications for Nonprofit Leadership Circles, an online peer coaching series for nonprofit executives. Ten participants will be selected to join one of two cohorts to increase competencies, effectiveness, confidence in leadership, and establish a professional peer network.

Pam Toal, a peer coach and consultant with 20 years of experience in leadership and management positions, will be facilitating the course. Pam is a former nonprofit CEO with extensive experience serving on boards and other community service roles and understands the challenges of leading complex and evolving organizations, specifically in philanthropy.

Open to nonprofit executive directors in Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties, the series begins in September 2014 and meets monthly through March 2015 via the GoToMeeting online service and requires access to internet and high-speed connectivity. Tuition is $150 for the entire course and applications are due August 11, 2014.

This program is offered at a reduced rate thanks to the support of the Partners in Giving program at the Community Foundation. Partners in Giving is a special program that allows businesses, families, and individuals to significantly support the foundation without having to open a fund. To view a list of partners or become one, visit www.cfncw.org/partnersingiving.

To learn more about the leadership circles and apply, visit www.cfncw.org/leadershipcircles.

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