Common Good Vermont Financial Literacy Workshops Begin March 27th

Nonprofits Leaders Look to Be Sustainable in Uncertain Times with Financial Literacy Workshops Starting 3/27

Burlington, VT – As the Vermont State Legislature grapples with difficult spending cuts, Vermont nonprofit leaders are looking for innovative solutions to declining revenues. The timing couldn’t be better for Common Good Vermont’s Financial Sustainability workshop series, starting on March 27th. The four part series opens with “What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up? Creating a Sustainable, Successful Organization” with well-known nonprofit trainer, Andy Robinson. The half-day workshop takes place at the Best Western in Waterbury. Seating is limited.

The Financial Sustainability series is designed for teams of executive directors, board members,financial and program managers seeking the skills necessary to run financially sustainable and accountable operations. Additional workshops:

• Friday, April 17: Understanding Nonprofit Financials for Board Members (Waterbury)
• Friday, May 15: Building Better Budgets (South Burlington)
• Friday, June 12: Financial Reporting Your Funders Will Love (South Burlington)

To learn more about the Pathways to Financial Sustainability visit

Common Good Vermont presents this series with the support of High Meadows Fund, A.D. Henderson Foundation, People’s United Bank, VELCO, Davis and Hodgdon Associates and the Vermont Community Foundation.

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