You’ve Got the POWER!
Now get the tools to change your community
The YOUTH TRACK at Southeast Rural Philanthropy Days will bring together Junior and Senior High youth from eight counties to talk about community improvement projects and fundraising. Existing youth groups, clubs and coalitions are encouraged to attend together with an adult sponsor. Lunch, snacks and all materials will be provided!
Please join us on Thursday, September 25 at the Famous Performing Arts Center for this FREE one-day workshop!
At YOUTH TRACK, you will:
- Meet a nonprofit mover and shaker
- Find your community’s “hot button” issue
- Visualize change, what does it look like?
- Brainstorm what you can do to help solve the problem
- Present your ideas to funders!
Featured Speaker: Sally Spencer Thomas
As a clinical psychologist, mental health advocate, faculty member, and survivor of her brother’s suicide, Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas sees the issues of suicide prevention and mental health promotion from many perspectives. Currently, she is the CEO of the Carson J Spencer Foundation, the Survivor Division Director for American Association for Suicidology and the Workplace Task Force Co-Lead for the National Alliance for Suicide Prevention. Dr. Spencer-Thomas is a professional speaker and trainer, presenting nationally and internationally on the topic of suicide prevention and has published four books on mental health. She lives in Conifer, Colorado with her partner and three sons.