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2018 Fall Learning Series announced

The 2018 Fall Learning Series workshops are filled with new speakers brining innovative takes on today’s most pressing nonprofit issues. Geared toward community leaders who staff or volunteer with nonprofit organizations, churches, and units of government, and wish to build their knowledge and skills in areas of leadership, finances, marketing and more, this series will offer extended networking and peer learning opportunities.

“Many people do not realize how much our communities depend upon volunteer leaders,” said Elaine Peck, Executive Director of the Putnam County Community Foundation. “Successful communities have strong nonprofit leaders who have the tools, information, and support they need to accomplish their missions.”

The Putnam-Montgomery Learning Series is brought to you by The Putnam County Community Foundation and the Montgomery Community Foundation, with special thanks to our sponsor Hoosier Heartland State Bank, in conjunction with Indiana United Ways.

The August, September, October, and November workshops will be held in Greencastle at the Inn at DePauw from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Individual workshops cost $15/session and include lunch.

The schedule for the 2018 Fall Nonprofit Learning Series is below:

Aug. 7 – Nonprofit Finance Demystified: Bill Stanczykiewicz, The Fundraising School

Sept. 11 – Data in the Digital Age: Lucy Downton, United Way of Central Indiana

Oct. 9 – Building a Strategic Board: Lanton Lee, Kiwanis International

Nov. 13 – No More Bored Boards: Lori Danielson, GoTime Coaching

To register or for more information visit the Putnam County Community Foundation website at www.pcfoundation.org, call 765-653-4978, or email Elaine Peck, Executive Director at epeck@pcfoundation.org.

The Putnam County Community Foundation is a nonprofit public charity established in 1985 to help donors establish endowments, award grants, and provide leadership, enriching the quality of life and strengthening community in Putnam County. The Community Foundation has been entrusted with more than 279 funds and endowments for donors, supporting a variety of charitable purposes. To learn how to start your own endowment, visit www.pcfoundation.org or contact the office at 765-653-4978.

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