Northern California Grantmakers is partnering with The Nonprofit Centers Network and the Northern California Community Loan Fund as a part of our regional vibrancy and sustainability work with the Nonprofit Displacement Project.
February 7 – 9, there are three opportunities for your grantees to attend workshops dealing with nonprofit displacement in the Bay Area.
Nonprofit Real Estate Readiness | February 7, 2017 | San Francisco, CA
Come learn how to prepare your organization to embark on a multi-tenant center. NCCLF’s Real Estate Readiness program helps nonprofits build their organizational and financial capacities to navigate the real estate market.
Get answers to common questions around launching a new shared space. Are you ready to move? How much space? What can I afford?
Boot Camp | February 8, 2017 | San Francisco, CA
NCN’s Nonprofit Centers Boot Camp is designed to bring your shared space to life by fusing the basics of real estate management with partner development and collaboration. Over the course of a day, you will
- Learn the nuts and bolts of setting up a mission-driven business model.
- Gain insights into collaborative governance structures.
- Better understand the physical elements that make a shared work environment thrive.
- Be inspired to cultivate and care for your shared space community.
At the end of Boot Camp, you will walk away prepared to fulfill your vision.
Energize: High Impact Shared Spaces | February 9, 2017 | Oakland, CA
NCN’s Energize: High Impact Shared Spaces training brings a much needed hands-on learning to help you assess your shared space, maximize revenue while minimizing expenses and sparking collaboration. This training is filled with opportunities to apply what you learned through case studies and peer-to-peer workshopping. Gain insight and new ideas from other shared space managers, while brainstorming how you can apply the strategies shared during the training. At the close of this training, walk away ready to Energize your shared space.
Learn more and register for one, two or all three of the events.