Creating New Economies Fund Grant Review

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The Conservation Fund's Resourceful Communities

The Conservation Fund’s Resourceful Communities

The Conservation Fund’s

Resourceful Communities Program presents

 Creating New Economies Fund (CNEF) Grant Review

  Register NOW and Reserve your Space!

Spaces are limited and are on a First Come, First Served basis!

Attendance is required for first-time applicants.

***Limit of up to 3 participants per organization.***

(Note: ALL attendees must Pre-Register)

* WHEN

Eastern NC

January 14, 2014

Neuse Regional Library

510 N. Queen St.

Kinston, NC

 

Click this link to register: https://rcpcnefkinston.eventbrite.com

 

Registration Ends – January 10, 2014

 

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Central NC

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Extraordinary Ventures

200 S Elliott Rd,

Chapel Hill, NC

 

Click this link to register:  https://rcpcnefchapelhill.eventbrite.com

 

Registration Ends – January 10, 2014

 

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Western NC

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

NC Arboretum

100 Frederick Law Olmsted Way

Asheville, NC 

 

Click this link to register:  https://rcpcnefasheville.eventbrite.com

 

Registration Ends – January 10, 2014

9:30a.m. – 4:00p.m.

*Overview of the Creating New Economies Fund (CNEF), a small grant program that supports “triple bottom line” projects

* Explanation of application process.

* If your organization is interested in *applying for a Creating New Economies Fund (CNEF) grant for the first time, attendance at the CNEF overview is required* as is participation in other Resourceful Communities Program workshops/ events.

* Questions about CNEF or participation? Contact Kathleen Marks at 919-951-0111 or kmarks@conservationfund.org.

 

* WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

We welcome all community leaders working with a grassroots organization or launching a grassroots effort! Resourceful Communities provides training for triple bottom line efforts – ideas, projects and programs that help improve communities.

* GAS ALLOWANCE

A gas allowance will be provided for the workshop location closest to your organization.  We strongly encourage carpooling! (Only one gas allowance is provided per car.)

*LODGING

Overnight lodging is offered to those traveling *MORE* than 2 hours from home and is based on double-occupancy. Note: Roommates must also be registered for workshop.

* Please share this information with others! *

 Questions? Call Donna at 919.951.0116 or 919.967.2223, x135

Donna Pratt, Program Assistant
The Conservation Fund’s
Resourceful Communities Program
** 919-951-0116  (please note, this is a new number)
or
919-967-2223 x 135
www.resourcefulcommunities.org
www.conservationfund.org

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