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Citi Foundation funds education for area nonprofit organizations

By Floyd Miller



Abilene Christian University’s Nonprofit Management Center will be working together with Citibank Abilene, Community Foundation of Abilene and the Center for Nonprofit Management in Dallas, to provide area nonprofit organizations with three months of education and consultation. {{more}}Beginning in September, a grant from the Citi Foundation will fund three months of activities to train and educate personnel at no cost to the nonprofit organizations that participate, said William Culp, director of the Nonprofit Management Center at ACU.”Citibank and the Citi Foundation are pleased to be able to bring this project to Abilene,” said Stan Lambert, president of Citibank Abilene. “We have a dynamic nonprofit community throughout West Central Texas. It is only fitting that we provide these additional opportunities for education and training to augment the nonprofit support provided through the Community Foundation of Abilene and the ACU Nonprofit Management Center.”An informational meeting to outline the details of the Citi Foundation grant project will be held in the Living Room of the ACU Campus Center on Thursday, July 31, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. All interested nonprofit organizations are invited to participate in the meeting. Registration for the meeting is not required, but it is requested that an indication of interest in attending be made by calling the ACU Nonprofit Management Center at 325-674-2803.The ACU Nonprofit Management Center’s mission is to lead nonprofit organizations in Midwest Texas toward excellence in performance through professional consultation training and information.

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