The Center for Community Leadership’s Forums

The Bronx Forum is a series of trainings and workshops addressing critical issues specific to Bronx community-based and non-profit organizations. These free or low-cost trainings address a variety of community and skills-based issues for non-profit, community, and faith-based professionals looking to enhance skills, network, navigate local systems, and maximize resources. The Bronx Forum has trained over 1,300 professional, lay, community, and faith-based leadership of the Bronx. Past Bronx Forums included: Congregational Disaster Preparedness, Youth & Public Safety, Fundraising in a Challenging Economy, Hate Crime Prevention, Changing Demographics, Strategic Planning, Navigating Fiscal Crisis, Securing City Contracts, Mastering Human Resources, Information On Your 990 Forms, and a mini-series on healthcare concerns.

The Brooklyn Forum is a program of We Are All Brooklyn.  It offers non-profit management and leadership skill workshops to the general public at low-cost. These one-time trainings cover topics ranging from facilitation skills, to grant-writing, to social media for non-profits. They are offered a few times per year in conjunction with our community partners and is We Are All Brooklyn’s way of supporting the ongoing growth and strengthening of Brooklyn’s social service sector.

The Queens Forum organizes conferences that address pressing issues faced by Queens’ immigrant communities such as healthcare, hate crimes, ethnic media, and leadership development. It annually trains or convenes more than 1,000 community and nonprofit leaders preparing them to work in Queens’ diverse environment.

More Information:  The Center at JCRC-NY