|This program can help your non-profit increase capacity, become more sustainable and become more efficient. Here are some program updates:
The College of the Rockies Continuing Education Program is offering workshops in June including:
Check out the Workshops tab on our program page for more info.
Serving You Better
With new team members we are increasing ways to connect non-profits with an advisor, focusing on timely support based on your needs and project timelines. Our team brings a wealth of non-profit experience to help ensure your non-profit continues to receive high-quality and useful support through the program.
Our Non-profit Advisors team includes Gary Ockenden, Andrew Jarrett, Zoë Creighton and Kevin Allen. For additional information about the Advisors click here.
We also have a new Program Manager, Laurie Cordell. Laurie has been with the Trust for over six years and brings her varied experience supporting communities to the program. Connect with Laurie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.800.505.8998.
Resources and Webinars
A range of resources to support non-profit operations are available online. From guidance on financial management to tips on how to run an effective meeting, check out the resources and webinar listings here.
Healthy Sleep: a free workshop for parents of young children with Tashia Weeks, Infant Development Program consultant. Discuss current thoughts and realistic expectations of sleep for children 3 years and under. Learn about coping methods for parents, stages of arousal and sensory support for sleep. Tuesday, June 19^th. 10-12:00. Kaslo Family Centre (in JVH school). Childcare provided. Registration required. Contact Barb Cyr: email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) or 250-353-7691 ext. 209. Offered by North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society with funding support from Kaslo Homelinks.
There are a few seats available in the upcoming Childcare Emergency First Aid course! This is a Red Cross one day certification. Sunday, June 24th. 8:30-5:00 at the Kaslo Firehall. Bring a lunch.
There is no childcare available on site but babies who are not yet crawling are welcome to attend with their parent. *Please talk to me about certification requirements and our agreement with Selkirk if you are planning to bring your baby*
If you are a parent/caregiver of a child under 6 years, you may be eligible for one of the free seats, sponsored by North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society. Please contact me asap to inquire.