Session Information

Sessions take place at the William A. Grant Water & Environmental Center at Walla Walla Community College and in Room 2023, unless otherwise announced.  The Water Center is Building R on the WWCC Campus Map.

Any presentation and handout materials can be found here.

Key Elements for Building an Intentional Fundraising Program

Wednesday, October 16th from 9:00 am – Noon
Rebecca Zanatta, Partner & Vice President, Ostara Group

Building a strong and intentional fundraising program is hard work. Start simple with the key elements that matter most. We will spend our time together making an action plan that builds upon your successes. Leave with a renewed enthusiasm for how you are going to achieve great fundraising success!

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Leadership for Change: Aspiring Ally Work for Individuals – PM Session

Thursday, November 7th from 5:30 pm -8:30 pm
Viviana Aguilar and Mike Beebe from F.A.C.E. (Facilitating Awareness & Change for Equity) Consulting Collaborative

Join us for this interactive and experiential workshop where we will explore ways that we can advocate across differences such as race, class, gender, etc. This evening workshop will focus on ways we can advocate as individuals and on an interpersonal level.

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Leadership for Change: Aspiring Ally Work for Organizations – AM Session

Friday, November 8th, 8:30 am -12:00 pm
Viviana Aguilar and Mike Beebe from F.A.C.E. (Facilitating Awareness & Change for Equity) Consulting Collaborative

The morning session will explore what it means to be an ally on an organizational level. Join us for this interactive and experiential workshop where we will look at ways that we can support our organizations in their aspirations to become multiracial, inclusive and transformative for community members across race, class, and gender differences.

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If there is a specific type of training that you are most interested in and would like to see be brought to our area, please contact Lydia Caudill at [email protected].