CAPACITY BUILDING

Capacity Building Trainings for the Grassroots

FUNDRAISING TRAINING

This fundraising training program will provide small organizations the necessary resources to increase their internal fundraising capabilities:

  1. Fundraising strategy and planning 

  2. Individual donors, list building and scripting

  3. Grant-writing I - foundation research 

  4. Grant-writing II - foundation outreach 

  5. Grant-writing III - Proposal writing (narratives and budgeting)

When: 4/14, 4/21, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12 2020 at 2 pm EST via Zoom Conference call

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MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS

As part of SCEN's Capacity Building initiative, we are offering a half-day Communications and Media Training led by Carina Barnett-Loro, Senior Program Manager at the Climate Advocacy Lab and Michael Hansen, SCEN Board Member and Executive Director of GASP. This training builds upon prior trainings on this topic held at our 2019 Convenings and will cover topics such as developing social media campaigns and media relations.

Topics: Communications strategy, target audiences, message development, communications channels and practical skills.

When: May 28th via Zoom conference call

Check out our past capacity building trainings 

Connect with us

Alex Easdale – Executive Director
Phone: +1-954-673-7002

Email: Alex@scen-us.org

Sara Ochoa - Membership & Operations Coordinator
Phone: +1-786-818-7423

Email: Sara@scen-us.org

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Members of SCEN are part of a network of organizations working to advocate meaningful and effective solutions to climate justice and racial equity in the Southeast.

Your donation will help SCEN members fight climate crisis in a just and equitable way. 

(SCEN is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization)

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May, 2019