WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES INSTITUTE FOR STRONG NONPROFITS
(Hartsdale, NY—September 28, 2017) The Westchester Community Foundation, one of the largest funders of nonprofits in Westchester, New York, has announced the formation of the Institute for Strong Nonprofits, to support nonprofits in Westchester County through convenings, workshops, and leadership development.
One of the first initiatives by the Institute is the CEO Learning Lab, which will provide leaders of Westchester nonprofit organizations a professional development opportunity focused on identifying the tools and leadership strengths needed for advancing their organizations toward greater impact and sustainability.
“We are thrilled to launch the CEO Learning Lab as a way to support our bright and innovative nonprofit leaders in their work,” says Laura Rossi, executive director of the Foundation.
Up to eight nonprofit leaders will participate in the inaugural class of the CEO Learning Lab, which will begin in December. Applications and more details are available at the Foundation’s website: www.wcf-ny.org.
The Foundation is a division of The New York Community Trust, which has earned a reputation as the home of charitable New Yorkers who share a passion for the city and its suburbs. For more information, visit www.wcf-ny.org.
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