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NextTalks: Business Basics for Nonprofits

NextTalks: Business Basics for Nonprofits

The Small Business Brown Bag Series is now NextTalks and has changed days and location.

Business Basics for Nonprofits

Powerful Solutions and Creativity: The social intersection of businesses and nonprofit organizations

Did you know that Santa Cruz County has solved some of our biggest problems? For example, every child had health insurance coverage here long before the Affordable Care Act; we’ve greatly reduced child maltreatment rates; we’ve preserved thousands and thousands of acres of land for public benefit; we are helping teachers buy their first homes…and so much more. Every solution in our County came through the dreams, ideas and hard work of our neighbors. Come learn about:

  • How nonprofits are changing the county
  • The in’s and out’s of becoming and succeeding as a nonprofit
  • Community Foundation’s work to bring together people, ideas and resources to make this a thriving place for all who call it home

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Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Show more dates
12:00pm - 1:00pm
  Business Workshops     Small Business Brown Bags  

Still a collection of free, hour-long workshops designed to support small businesses, NextTalks takes it to the next level every second Tuesday of the month.Bring your lunch and learn to grow your small business. The series will take place at a new location this year, NextSpace! Located at 101 Cooper St. in Downtown Santa Cruz.

Presented by Susan True

In her role as CEO of Community Foundation Santa Cruz County, Susan continues her lifelong commitment to work that improves lives and strengthens communities. Susan began leading the Foundation in October 2017 following her work as Executive Director of CASA and of First 5 in Santa Cruz County. She also worked for four years in Oakland at the Rainin Foundation. Susan is an alumna of UCSC’s Community Studies program and was a Sloan Fellow and earned her Master’s degree at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.


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