2016 Nonprofit Resilience Institute for South Jersey Nonprofit Organizations
The 2016 Nonprofit Resilience Institute, from the Community Foundation of South Jersey, Campbell Soup Foundation and The Nonprofit Center, is now accepting applications for nonprofits based in southern NJ.
Community Foundation of South Jersey Application: Deadline: 12/7/16
Recognizing that strong nonprofit executive and board leadership is key for community improvement and sustainability, the Community Foundation of South Jersey and the Campbell Soup Foundation are sponsoring the third Nonprofit Resilience Institute, led by The Nonprofit Center.
The Institute is a dynamic, progressive series of learning experiences for teams of executive and senior staff and board members from nonprofits based in southern NJ. It provides a path toward a strong nonprofit sector in South Jersey, distinguished by skilled and innovative leaders.
There will be a cohort of 10 chosen nonprofits who will participate in four exclusive board/executive leadership development trainings and be eligible to receive a grant toward Nonprofit Center MemberPlus status and an on-site Day of Clarity Board Retreat.
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Founded in 2007, the Community Foundation of South Jersey is a public charity community foundation that was founded to harness the philanthropic power of South Jersey residents, helping them envision and create the type of community they want to see. At the Foundation, donors create charitable funds – both large and small – to address needs and embrace opportunities in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Ocean, and Salem Counties.
Since 1953, the Campbell Soup Foundation has provided financial support to local organizations that inspire positive change in communities throughout the U.S. where Campbell Soup Company employees live and work, with particular emphasis on Camden, N.J., birthplace of Campbell’s flagship soup business and their world headquarters. The Foundation also supports nonprofits in more than 20 communities where Campbell’s has operations.