Springboard is an action-learning capacity building program designed to help arts and cultural organizations quickly identify challenges, spot opportunities for improvement, and develop a plan to improve business systems, fundraising, audience development, board governance, and more.
What do past participants have to say about Springboard?
“501 Commons has brought a disciplined, introspective, and practical approach to strengthening arts nonprofits. The tools, presentations, and discussions have helped us define our goals, which will help the community.” - Tasveer
“Our Executive Committee has become deeply engaged in our work because of Springboard. We are all on the same page and fully understand where we want to go.” - Gage Academy of Art
Watch Sound Theatre Company talk about going through the Springboard process:
APPLY TODAY! Space is limited to eight organizations on a “first come, first serve” basis. The deadline to apply is January 6, 2017. Contact Debra Webb at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out if Springboard is a good fit for you.
Photo caption: Consultant Bud Green with professional clowns from Room Circus at a performance at Seattle Children's Hospital.