United Way of Denton County seeks to strengthen nonprofits

Post Ad – Top

In an effort to equip individuals in Denton County to strengthen the nonprofits they serve, the United Way of Denton County is accepting applications for the 2018 Project Blueprint class.

Created in 2009, Project Blueprint is a series of classes designed to train potential nonprofit board members in Denton County, according to a United Way news release. Since inception, the Project Blueprint Program has trained and certified approximately 150 residents of Denton County to serve on nonprofit boards across the region.

“This program is for both the seasoned veteran and the rookie board member,” said Gary Henderson, President and CEO of United Way of Denton County. “Our objective is to elevate the effectiveness of all nonprofits with the end goal of a better Denton County for everyone.”

Local experts in each field teach the classes held Wednesday evenings from 4-7 p.m. at the United Way of Denton County offices commencing Sept. 12. Topics include Board Operation and Governance, Fundraising, Strategic Planning, Conflict Resolution and Advocacy and others.

Applications for the 2018 Project Blueprint: Board Leadership Training class are due Aug. 10. Click here for more information.

About The Author

Mark Smith

Mark Smith is the Digital Editor of The Cross Timbers Gazette.

Related posts