Wednesday, October 12, 2016 - 11:00am - 12:15pm
Recording and/or Handouts:
Please join us for the first event in our series on "Replicable Models for Community Impact!"
Faced with a confluence of crises, how can we truly unleash the power of community to create more just, resilient and thriving people and places? What practices and tools can we employ to inspire volunteers, create effective partnerships and mobilize the physical, financial and emotional resources to transform lives, neighborhoods and communities?
Join us for this TeleSeminar with visionary and award-winning activist Trathen Heckman as he relays tips, tools and models for how we can live our inspiration while growing high impact and financially sustainable groups and networks. Whether you want to build a robust community service organization or simply borrow tools to increase your effectiveness as a volunteer initiative, this event will hold something of value for you.
Trathen is the founder and Executive Director of Daily Acts Organization
and Board Chair of Transition U.S. He serves on the board of the California Urban Water Conservation Council and on the Advisory Board for the NorCal Community Resilience Network. Trathen has spent the last 15 years helping to launch and grow a variety of community benefit organizations, alliances and networks. He lives in the Petaluma River Watershed with his wife, daughter, chickens and bees, where they seek to grow food, medicine and wonder while composting apathy and lack.