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Free two-day session for Bangor-area health and wellness organizations

by Annie Sutton

The Maine Association of Nonprofits is now accepting applications for the next Nonprofit Viability Program. This program is designed to provide senior leaders of health and wellness organizations in the Bangor area with a structured and supportive environment for thinking deeply about the viabilty of their mission, programs and finances.

The program consists of three components:

1. An introspective self-assessment that engages both board and staff to answer three questions: Are we operating from a position of relative strength or weakness? What kind of financial flexibility do we have? And what are our options for adapting, strengthening and managing in today’s challenging times?

2. A two-day session, being offered June 20-21 at University of Maine at Orono, which is designed to lead executive directors and board leaders sequentially from analysis to action planning.

3. Following the session participants can request up to six hours of complimentary consulting to assist with implementation.

This program is able to be offered because of the generous support from the Maine Community Foundation’s Penobscot Valley Health Association Fund. There will be no cost to participate.

Applications are due Friday, April 22nd to Annie Sutton at

Download the application here and accompanying informational sheet here.

Please contact Annie Sutton at MANP at 871-1885.

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