(Eleuthera, Bahamas) From Thursday, July 4th to Saturday, July 6th 2019, One Eleuthera Foundation (OEF) and partners will be hosting Nonprofit Leadership and Church Leadership Conferences. Open to nonprofit and church leaders alike, these two conferences, says OEF, are designed for all individuals currently involved in or seeking to serve their community in the nonprofit and church sectors. “The conference will facilitate their becoming more effective leaders in higher impact programs and organizations regardless of location.”
On Thursday July 4th, Dan Prater, founder and former executive director of the Center for Nonprofit Leadership at Drury University (Springfield, MO) will lead attendees through talks, discussions, and activities related to topics such as “How to Form and Elevate Your Organization’s Message to the Community”, the “Psychology of Fundraising”, and “Grant Writing Basics”. Additionally, Mark Palmer, Civil Society Bahamas representative will discuss The Bahamas’ proposed nonprofit bill and what it will mean for nonprofit organizations including churches.
Friday July 5th, and Saturday July 6th will be led by Steve Donaldson, cofounder of Convoy of Hope, who, says OEF, has been involved in assisting churches around the world deliver compassion to their communities in culturally appropriate ways for over 35 years. “Convoy of Hope has served over 100 million people in over 100 countries.” These sessions will cater solely to church groups with topics such as “Helping Children and Families Flourish through Local Partnerships”, “Preparing Your Church to Serve Your Community” and “Creative Ways to Engage Your Community”.
To register and learn more about the Nonprofit Leadership and Church Leadership Conferences, visit www.oneeleuthera.org/news/register, or call 334-4700 or email CTI@oneeleuthera.org.
See information posters on both events below:
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