Hello Fellow YNPN’ers This email is about a great opportunity for emergent nonprofit professionals to receive quality technical

assistance for their organization and to show their commitment and resourcefulness to the sector. Recently, I was hired by the St. Luke’s Health Initiatives (SLHI) to manage a special outreach initiative to the Latino community. This effort is funded by the Virginia G. Piper Foundation and is administered through SLHI because of the success they have had over the last ten years with their Technical Assistance Partnership (TAP) offering complimentary technical assistance to build the capacity of nonprofits in Maricopa County. SLHI places a high emphasis on a strengths-based approach and in building networks to foster collaboration; this program demonstrates their commitment to these ideas. This Latino “TAP Talk” will be an interactive session featuring Tony Banegas from the Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) who will focus on the importance of collaboration and technical assistance for staying in business and thriving during difficult economic times. TAP participants will have an opportunity to meet with leaders from organizations that have benefited from a TAP experience and network with peers who are interested in building the capacity of their organization. Participants include people from Latino led or nonprofits serving the Latino community. If you know of any person’s who would benefit or who could pass this information on to others, please forward them the information. The electronic invitation to register is beneath my signature line or you can click here. I have included the invitation in a PDF version too in Spanish and English. If you have any questions, please contact me via email (raqueldg@cox.net) or phone (480-236-4641). The Latino TAP event is on Wednesday, October 7, in Tempe at the Fiesta Inn, registration is required by 10/2/09 and there is no cost involved unless someone registers and then does not attend. Take care and thanks for any assistance you might offer. I look forward to seeing you again soon.
 

Raquel Gutiérrez, PhD
raqueldg@cox.net  (480) 236‐4641 
 

   

  Do not wait for strangers to remind you of your duty.  You have a conscience and a spirit for that.  All the good you do must come from your own initiative.  Mayan Codices 

 

OCTOBER 7 - LTAP: YOU ARE THE FOCUS 
TAP into the Key Factors for Thriving in These Economic Times  Join us for a free interactive session on two key factors you can apply now for staying in business and even thriving in difficult economic times. Our agenda features Tony Banegas from Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) and your input and discussion of a collaborative technical assistance tailored exclusively to Latino-led nonprofits.   Tony Banegas oversees grant programs and community initiatives at ACF, including the newly formed Latino Fund. Tony has more than 20 years of first-hand experience working in the nonprofit sector designing and implementing a variety of programs and services in the areas of prevention, health, employment and training, behavioral health, child development and child welfare.      Organizational Capacity Building & Strengthening Your Professional Network   Enjoy a complimentary lunch with your small- to medium-sized nonprofit peers while learning about new complimentary Latino-focused collaborative consulting opportunities to increase organizational capacity and your network. TAP Talk for Latinos (LTAP): The Focus is on You October 7, 2009 - 9am-1:30pm 2100 S. Priest Drive, Tempe, AZ 85282
Click Here To Register Online

Fiesta Inn Stephanie Gallegos at or contact Resort
(602) 385-6507 

Improve Your Experience: Invite A Peer  Forward this email to any Board member, Executive Director, Manager or Consultant involved with a small- or medium-sized, Latino-led nonprofit. The strength of TAP is found in collaboration.    About TAP  TAP stands for the Technical Assistance Partnership, a model for improving nonprofit organizational capacity for almost 15 years. Hosted by St. Luke’s Health Initiatives, TAP is focused on getting better together. Latino TAP is a new effort made possible through partnership with the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust.    Por la información en Español  

 

OCTOBER 7 - LTAP: Usted Es El Enfoque 
 
Descubra los Factores Claves para Prosperar en Estos Tiempos Económicamente Difíciles  Únase a nosotros para una sesión interactiva sobre dos factores claves que usted puede aplicar para mantener y hacer crecer su agencia en estos tiempos económicamente difíciles. La agenda incluye la presencia de Tony Banegas, de la Arizona Community Foundation (Fundación Comunitaria de Arizona), quien presentará el enfoque y facilitará la discusión de nuestras ideas sobre la asistencia técnica en colaboración, diseñada exclusivamente, para agencias Latinas sin fines de lucro. Tony Banegas supervisa programas subvencionados e iniciativas comunitarias de la Arizona Community Foundation, incluyendo el recién formado Fondo Latino. Tony Banegas tiene más de 20 años de experiencia directa, trabajando en el sector no lucrativo; ha diseñado e implementado una variedad de programas y servicios en las áreas de prevención, salud, empleo, capacitación, salud mental y sobre el desarrollo y bienestar infantil. 

Construyendo la Capacidad de Su Agencia y Fortaleciendo Su Red de Profesionales  Disfrute de un almuerzo de cortesía con otros profesionales trabajando con agencias sin fines de lucro, mientras aprenden de las nuevas oportunidades de consultoría centrada en la colaboración para aumentar la capacidad de organización y de su red. TAP Talk for Latinos (LTAP): Usted es el Enfoque 7 de Octubre, 2009 - 9am-1:30pm Fiesta Inn Resort 2100 S. Priest Drive, Tempe, AZ 85282
Haga clic aquí para inscribirse
o póngase en contacto con Stephanie Gallegos, al (602) 385-6507

Haga su experiencia aún mejor: Invite a un Colega.   Para mejorar su experiencia, envíe esta información a otras personas, por ejemplo, miembros de su mesa directiva, directores de programas, o asesores /consultores de programas que trabajan en agencias sin fines de lucro. La fuerza de TAP está en la colaboración.   Información sobre TAP  TAP, por sus siglas en inglés (Technical Assistance Partnership) es un programa modelo de casi 15 años para mejorar la capacidad organizativa de las agencias sin fines de lucro. Auspiciado por St. Lukes Health Initiatives (SLHI), TAP se enfoca en mejorándonos juntos. Latino TAP (LTAP) es un esfuerzo nuevo hecho posible gracias a la colaboración entre Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust y SLHI.  
For the information in English

 

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