Posted on Sep 26, 2011 | 0 comments
Nonprofit Advocacy Organizations and Safe Routes to School:
Building Capacity and Leadership through an Effective Campaign
Wednesday, October 19th, 1pm et (12pm ct, 11am mt, and 10am pt), one hour
Safe Routes to School programs across the nation are growing at exponential rates as communities begin to see the value of encouraging the simple act of walking and bicycling to school and in daily life from an early age. Nonprofit advocacy organizations involved in schools, health and transportation have found a way to inspire communities through the Safe Routes to School movement, and its momentum, to proliferate the message of their organization, build membership, and grow their staff.
Please join us as we talk with several organizations that have successfully engaged at the state and local levels to utilize Safe Routes to School to build capacity and leadership through an effective Safe Routes to School campaign.
Dan Grunig, executive director, Bicycle Colorado
Jeremy Grandstaff, membership services director, Alliance for Biking and Walking
Sarah Shipley, director of marketing and communications, BikeWalkKC (Kansas City)
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW.
This webinar is part five of a six part webinar series hosted by the Safe Routes to School National Partnership that focuses on bicycling and Safe Routes to School.
Thank you to the SRAM Cycling Fund for making this series possible.
For more information please contact Dave Cowan at email@example.com
*Long distance charges apply accordingly.
**Recording of the webinar will be available at www.saferoutespartnership.org within seven days of the original broadcast.
Please pass this announcement on to other advocates, schools, bike shops and friends.