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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Upcoming Opportunity From Mission Increase Foundation



Boards With Passion and Purpose
Committed - Active - Well-informed - Accountable.

Do these words describe your Board of Directors? If not, they should! Learn what it means to have a board that supports the mission and the staff, taking ownership in the success of the organization.

In this workshop, you will hear essential principles for having an effective Board. We will answer questions about:
  • Recruiting and Involving Board Members
  • Key Responsibilities of a Board Member
  • Board Members' Role in Fundraising and Other Sustaining Activities.

Who should attend? CEO's, Directors of Development, and Board members.

Thursday, August 16, 2007 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Club Donatello
The Terrace Room
501 Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

*Convenient Public Parking Available At Union Square
Seats are limited to this free workshop; please sign up right away. You may register online for this free workshop here.

To learn more about other Mission Increase Foundation trainings in your area visit our website www.missionincrease.org and click on Seminar Sign-Up.

Don’t just come to the workshop; apply for a grant!

Mission Increase Foundation welcomes applications for development funding and training from qualified evangelical Christian ministries; start your application today at www.missionincrease.org.


Who Is Mission Increase Foundation?

Mission Increase Foundation was founded in 1999 with a unique mission: to transform lives for Christ by providing grants and training to local Christian ministries to improve their financial stability and enhance their ability to raise donations for themselves. Since 1999

Mission Increase Foundation has worked with over 300 ministries and given away over $ 10 million of matching grants.

Mission Increase Foundation has offices in Colorado Springs, Denver, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, and Seattle with plans to expand throughout the western United States.

For more information about Mission Increase Foundation or the upcoming workshop, please contact Tracy Nordyke via email at tnordyke@missionincrease.org.

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