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Can You Help Me? How Libraries Can Help Non-profits in Your Community Thrive (PCI Webinars)

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When:
January 18, 2023 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
2023-01-18T14:00:00-05:00
2023-01-18T15:00:00-05:00

Sometimes we all need some help. In your community are amazing people who are trying to make the world a little bit better for us, or the trees and plants, or for animals, or for the kids at the local skate park. There are many reasons why people start or become involved with nonprofit organizations.

 

They have passion for their community in common and are often cash-strapped. Sharpen your skills and see your library’s resources with new eyes as you learn how you can help local non-profits thrive.

 

As a result of this program, attendees will:

 

  • Discover how your library can help non-profit organizations increase their organizational capacity
  • Apply your analytical skills to helping your patrons from non-profits access quality information to help them further their cause
  • Learn how you can create a nonprofit support center within your library

Sam Passey – Biography

 

An advocate for leveraging libraries to support community development, Sam Passey is the Director of Uintah County Library and Heritage Museum in Northeast Utah. He is an enthusiast for all things open source and libraries and is the co-founder of the Basin Libraries Consortium in Utah. Mr. Passey previously taught courses in the Organization of Information, Archives, and Building Library Facilities for Emporia State University. In 2012 he led the successful $9.5 million dollar capital campaign and construction for a new 32,000 square foot library building. He has a M.S. in Library Science from the University of North Texas, and a B.S. in Social Studies Education from BYU-Idaho.

 

Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5423442685277152523?source=Virginia

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