Central Chapter

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Welcome to the Central Chapter

The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (MCN) maintains regional offices as a means to provide area nonprofits with locally based opportunities to build the sector’s capacity and strengthen its effectiveness. Through its regional presence in St. Cloud and Central Minnesota, MCN amplifies its mission by working to inform, promote, connect, and strengthen individual nonprofits and the nonprofit sector.

Counties represented: Benton, Cass, Chisago, Crow Wing, Isanti, Kanabec, Mille Lac, Morrison, Pine, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd, Wadena, Wright

 

Upcoming Central Region

Events

Crafting a Strong Session Proposal

Feb 07, 2023
VirtualLive/Online

Practical Leadership 2.0: Building Engaged Teams

Feb 08, 2023
VirtualLive/Online

Dismantling White Saviorism: Knowing Your Role in Anti-Racism, Equity, and Inclusion

Feb 09, 2023
VirtualLive/Online

Collective Healing: Breaking the Cycle of White Supremacy

Feb 14, 2023
VirtualLive/Online

Beginner Grantseeking

Feb 16, 2023
VirtualLive/Online

Understanding the State Budget

Feb 17, 2023
VirtualLive/Online

Contact the

Central
Chapter

For more information about MCN's Central Chapter and how to become involved, please contact:

MCN is currently accepting applications for the Central/West Central Minnesota regional coordinator. To learn more, please visit the job listing.

Central Minnesota Advisory Committee

St. Cloud - Keith Ewing
An advisory committee, made up of representatives from area nonprofits, helps set priorities for programs and projects to be offered in the Northeast Minnesota region, advises the regional coordinator on a variety of nonprofit issues, and helps to broaden MCN's regional network. Representatives on the committee include area leaders who represent MCN member organizations.

Advisory Committee Roster

Deb Nebosis, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Minnesota 
Sandy Nadeau, AnnaMarie's Alliance
Zach Tabatt, Initiative Foundation

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