Coming Oct 2, 2018. Register Here
Grant Writing As A Process from 9am – 12pm. Cost: $69 per person. Leave with additional skills & a better understanding of grant writing as a process.
Internet Grant Research from 1pm – 5pm. Cost: $69 per person. Gain the knowledge and skills to research funding & statistics needed to prepare winning grants.
$99 One Leader ~ 2 Workshops OR $99 Two Leaders from same agency ~ 1 Workshop
The location will be at Sonshine Lighthouse, 295 E Humble Road, Overton, TX 75684.
Is your agency needing to refresh your Capacity Building? A Circle of Ten, Inc. would love to help. Check out our upcoming trainings and keep coming back for new dates!
Process of Collaboration 3 Day Seminar Is Coming Up On October 16-18 from 8:30am-5pm In Edom, TX At The Dragonhead Retreat:
A Circle of Ten, Inc. believes people in the field doing the work, the dreamers and the doers, are best suited to build their programs and write their own grants. These training classes and workshops allow them to pursue and achieve their dreams. Small Classes narrow the scope of training for greater effectiveness. Grant teams multiply the success of each agency. Each class is kept to 10 -15 individuals to narrow the scope of training for greater effectiveness. Seminars are taught in a Three Step Process to allow C10 staff and volunteers to meet individual and agency needs:
Step 1. Pre-Seminar Interviews and Research to assess your needs and find funds.
Step 2. Three-Day Seminar to teach the process of community, program and grant development.
Step 3. Post Seminar Consultation to give a real boost in confidence to new grant writers as we walk you through your first grant. Participants receive two full hours of free individual feedback to use after the seminar.
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North Tyler Community Wide
Priority Setting Meetings
Empowerment Community Development Corporation
Folks who Live, Work, or Play in North Tyler Are invited to Come voice your Concerns & Solutions & Shape our Strategy for Growth in North Tyler. Join ECDC, Partners, Neighbors & Leaders from Churches, Businesses, Schools, Nonprofits, the City & County. Tell folks their voice matters!
Jan 30 Tues 6:30 ~ 8 pm @ ET Cornerstone Assistance Network
Feb 1 Thu 11:30am ~1 pm @ ET Cornerstone Assistance Network
Feb 10 Sat 1:00 ~ 2:30 pm @ Tyler Chamber’s Genecov Room
ECDC Survey Form ECDC Network Partner Application ECDC Referral Form
Continuing Mayor Bill Lacy’s Legacy
Mayor Bill Lacy of Troup passed away before his vision could be fulfilled. People who live, work and play in the Troup area are invited to help continue his legacy to increase youth opportunities, affordable housing, options for businesses in empty downtown buildings and tourism in Troup. Kathy Dowdy Holdway, A Circle of Ten, Inc. and Greg Fleck, New Creation Foundation invite you to get active. The door is open for citizens and agency reps to help plan and benefit in collaborative grants.
Survey for Involvement Due Feb 20! Additional details by clicking here for More information.
Congrats to C10 Advisory Board Member Debbie Waldrop, MSN, RN, CCRC. She’s the Director of Research at Azalea Orthopedics and was recently published.
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YES! Collaborations bring innovative projects to life, divide the work and multiply the mutual success of each partner. Who should you collaborate with? Partners that compliment but not duplicate services to your clients.
For example, a community center wants to offer literacy classes but no one at the center is qualified. However, just down the road is a literacy agency with training available. If these two partner, there are benefits for both agencies. The Community Center staff/volunteers receive training to use at the center and possibly elsewhere. The literacy agency gets to provide their services and count the statistics of not only the number trained, but also how many clients those trained served, how many hours of service, etc. A third partner may bring yoga, a fourth after school programming, and so on.
If you think of collaboration as a pie, each new partner does not take away from the pie but rather adds more filling to the pie, allowing for each partner to continue to benefit.
CAUTION: Only partner with those you trust. Run background checks, ask questions, get references if necessary. Be sure to have signed Agreements or Contracts in place to protect all parties involved.
Want to know more about collaboration? Check our calendar for upcoming seminars.