We have been teaching Bridges Out of Poverty for five years—this includes many organizations and over three thousand individuals—and the feedback is overwhelmingly positive. Participants leave with a fresh perspective and a series of concepts that they can readily implement in their daily work. After training the "front-line" is now equipped to build stronger relationships with the families they serve and improve the success of their programs by taking small steps. One participant's plan had been incredibly straightforward and doesn't cost a penny: "Develop relationships before approaching with paperwork/forms."
That's the thing that makes Bridges such a powerful program—the resulting "next steps" are simple and actionable, but have the potential to revolutionize your program's outcomes and success. Nonprofit Network is able to customize this program to meet the needs of any organization, ranging from country hospitals to city police departments to grassroots programs and organizations. Here is just a glimpse of the organizations we've trained in Bridges Out of Poverty in the past years:
If you'd like to learn more about the Bridges concepts, please join us for a FREE upcoming event in Jackson. We have two "Session One" introduction events to Bridges Out of Poverty upcoming in August & October and a "NEW" Session Two event; Strategies to Move This Work Forward In Your Organization on October 15th!
Bridges Out of Poverty FREE Community Sessions (generously sponsored by United Way of Jackson County) is a great way to "get your feet wet" in the Bridges material—your only regret will be that you didn't attend sooner!
In the meanwhile, please reach out with any questions you have about the value and the content of Bridges. We can also bring this training to you in a variety of ways and will customize it to meet your needs. Nonprofit Network exists to serve you.
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