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LML Nonprofit Project Intent to Apply

2021 Leadership Main Line Nonprofit Class Project 
Intent to Apply

Deadline: Forms must be submitted by Friday, November 13, 2020

The Main Line Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the launch of the Leadership Main Line (LML) Class of 2021. LML is a six month executive development program in which leaders from area organizations hone their leadership skills with a particular focus on non-profit board service. Participants dedicate time during the program to work on a project for an area non-profit. The project experience contributes to an area non-profit and enables the class members to create a rewarding legacy for themselves and their companies/organizations. In addition, the LML program gives class members rewarding opportunities to make connections with the region and the people who help power it.


On behalf of the Leadership Main Line (LML) Class of 2021, the Main Line Chamber is accepting
forms for intent to apply for projects from nonprofits that provide services in the region.

We invite you to be a part of the growth experience for the 2021 Class as it takes on a community project that
impacts the Main Line. Community projects have been completed by each LML class for the past ten years, directly affecting the Main Line by helping non-profits while enabling class members to develop and apply their leadership skills.  

A project will be selected from those submitted for consideration by the LML 2021 Class. This is an excellent opportunity to tap into additional resources and support to achieve your non-profit vision. To apply, select a project that falls into one or more of the following categories:

  • Addresses an unmet need on the Main Line and surrounding areas
  • Will resolve an issue that will help your organization more fully realize its vision as an organization
  • Enables your non-profit to launch a program that will positively impact the Main Line and surrounding areas
  • Helps you achieve one of your strategic objectives

Projects will be selected for presentation to the class, which decides which project to undertake. Projects must be deemed large enough to tap the collective expertise of the class and must be able to be completed in a February-to-June timeframe.

To have your project considered, please complete the below LML Community Project Intent to Apply.  Once completed, a member of the Leadership Main Line Steering Committee will contact you for more information or to complete the formal project application. Final applications will be due December 4, 2020.

Feel free to contact Dana Riker Jackson, program facilitator, with any questions at 610-742-5930.


Nonprofit Project Information

Name of Organization:
Address:
Number of years in business:
Organization Web Site:
Organization Mission:
Contact Name:
Current Phone Number:
E-mail Address:
Category for Project Focus
Brief Project Idea (box will expand as more room is needed):

To have your project considered, please submit this LML Community Project Intent to Apply.  Once completed, a member of the Leadership Main Line Steering Committee will contact you for more information or to complete the formal project application. Final applications will be due December 4, 2020.

 

** By clicking the "submit" button at the bottom of the page you are verifying that the information provided above is correct to the best of your knowledge.

Additional Information:
- Data entered will not be saved unless submitted if the user navigates away from the nomination form page.
- Questions can be directed to the program facilitator, Dana Riker Jackson, at Consultdana@rikeropportunityinstitute.com 

Thank you for taking the time to tell us about your nonprofit project!

 

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