The Community Solutions Incubator, a program of the Community Foundation of East Central Illinois, will begin a new cohort of prospective charity starts in 2022.
Anyone who wants to help solve a problem in our community may apply.
Those that are chosen will be eligible for a wide range of advantages: Mentoring and assistance from seasoned nonprofit leaders that is both practical and personal a total of 8 informative courses and three possibilities to meet new people
In addition to the monthly Executive Director Leadership Network, quarterly board boot camp series, and on-going nonprofit management trainings provided by CFECI's Center for Nonprofit Excellence At CFECI's office location, a well-equipped co-working room is available. Access to our ever-expanding network of incubator alums. Limited financing for your group after completing the 12-month program (pending funding availability) Find out more about the incubator and apply online here.
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