Urban Affairs Coalition Hosts Capacity Building Workshop for Nonprofits- Coalition U: Storytelling
Urban Affairs Coalition Hosts Capacity Building
Workshop for Nonprofits -- Coalition U: Storytelling
For immediate release
Contact: Felicia Harris
Philadelphia, PA- On Tuesday, April 15 from 12PM - 2PM the Urban Affairs Coalition (UAC) will host Coalition U: Storytelling "How to make your fundraising letter sing." The event will take place at Independence Blue Cross, 1901 Market Street. Lorina Marshall-Blake, President of the Independence Blue Cross (IBC) Foundation, will serve as the hostess for the event and share how IBC has effectively told its story through marketing. A complimentary lunch will be provided, however all attendees must register at www.uac.org . Space is limited.
Last month Coalition U hosted "Finding and Engaging New Donors" which provided valuable insight on how nonprofits can increase their donor base to raise more money. Coalition U: Storytelling will serve as a follow up offering organizations information on how to write a compelling appeal letter through storytelling.
In celebration of our 45th Anniversary, UAC re-launched Coalition U, a capacity building initiative which assists nonprofits in strengthening their infrastructure and in maximizing and documenting their impact. Coalition U offers a variety of capacity building seminars and workshops geared towards improving overall organizational health and program quality. Seminars and Workshops are held monthly. Coalition U is offered free to UAC partners and at a low cost to other organizations (typically $20).
For more information about Coalition U, please email CoalitionU@uac.org or call 215-851-1701.
About the Urban Affairs Coalition
The Urban Affairs Coalition unites government, business, neighborhoods, and individual initiatives to improve the quality of life in the region, build wealth in urban communities, and solve emerging issues. With a network of over 65 partner organizations, the Coalition strengthens nonprofit organizations through fiscal sponsorship, capacity building, and program evaluation in order to provide economic opportunity to low-income household, working families, and disadvantaged businesses.