Networking Non-Profits: Program Sustainability with Kylie Hutchinson



Date: Thursday, October 4, 2018, 4:00pm – 6:30pm
Schedule: Presentation 4:00pm – 5:00pm, Networking 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Location: Trades Complex – Atrium, Okanagan College, 1000 KLO Road, Kelowna
Cost: $7 Advance Ticket / $10 at the Door
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Join your peers to network and find out what is happening in the broader Non-profit Community! Whether you work for a local area non-profit, or are a volunteer, this event gives you a chance to connect with others and share ideas. It’s also an opportunity to learn more about Program Sustainability with evaluation consultant and author Kylie Hutchinson.

What Promotes Program Sustainability and How Can You Achieve it?
Congratulations! You have a successful program or pilot and you’ve been actively working to make it stronger. Now, how will you sustain it over time? New research into the area of program sustainability has shown that there are concrete steps you can take to increase the longevity of your programs. Although many organizations diligently develop a strategic plan, few seem to draft a formal sustainability plan. In this engaging session learn what factors can increase the sustainability odds of your program and the benefits of developing a formal sustainability plan.

Kylie Hutchinson is an independent consultant with thirty years experience helping nonprofits to build their capacity in evaluation and program sustainability planning. She is the author of Survive and Thrive: Three Steps to Securing Your Program’s Sustainability.

KCR Networking for Nonprofits - Sponsors
This event is brought to you by KCR Community Resources, BC Chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society, and Okanagan College Scotiabank Centre for Non-Profit Excellence.
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