spread the good classes

The Foundation hosts a class for nonprofits once a month, January through June. The classes are free and the topics vary each session, as nonprofits suggest to the Foundation the current issues they want covered, guiding the content. 

For our 2020 schedule there will be 3 classes offered that focus on fundraising, as this was a highly-requested topic. Then for another 3 sessions we are bringing back Mark Holdt from Mountain Sage Consulting. Mark has been a favorite presenter for our classes and we look forward to having him again. 

2019’s classes filled up, so be sure and sign up below! Just click on the class link to process the ticket. 

Class 1: Thursday, January 16th
11-1pm with LUNCH provided!

Presenter: Matt Hortt, Executive Director of High Plains Library District
Topic: “Nonprofit Fundraising & Marketing: Research, Theories, ideas and stories of success, but more stumbles.”

Class 2: February 20th
11-1pm Please bring your own sack lunch!

Presenters: Lauren Weber, Programming Officer at the Weld Community Foundation
Peter Derk, eMarketing Specialist at the High Plains Library District
Topics: “Navigating Grants at the Weld Community Foundation” – Lauren Weber
Social Media & Nonprofits: So much to do, so little time” – Peter Derk

Class 3: March 19th
11-1pm Please bring your own sack lunch! 

Presenter: Mark Holdt, Mountain Sage Consulting
Topic: To be determined

Class 4: April 16th
11-1pm Please bring your own sack lunch!

Presenter: Zachary McFarlane, AIMS Communication and Public Information
Topic:
Marketing/Fundraising in the nonprofit world”

Class 5: May 21st
11-1pm Please bring your own sack lunch! 

Presenter: Mark Holdt, Mountain Sage Consulting
Topic: To be determined

Class 6: June 18th
11-1pm Please bring your own sack lunch! 

Presenter: Mark Holdt, Mountain Sage Consulting
Topic: To be determined

“I am a new executive director and I’m prepping for the 2019 Board Retreat. So much of the information covered today can be used at this event, as well as helping the board to move forward!” -2019 Spread the Good Class nonprofit leader