Service: Training

Group of Itasca Life Options clients holding art

Itasca Life Options

"Getting involved in Propel’s trainings was one of the most crucial things for me as a new nonprofit leader."

Lisa Lassen, Executive Director, Itasca Life Options

Training

Woman leading group of children in theater exercises

New York Mills Regional Cultural Center

"We’ve been training ourselves to think differently about how we save, manage debt in the most effective way, and plan for a surplus. It’s like moving from surviving to thriving… we have a different mindset, and the Equity Builder program has helped get us there."

Betsy Roder, Executive Director, New York Mills Regional Cultural Center

Lending

Training

JK Movement team: three people standing facing camera

JK Movement

"For an organization like us still in a growth phase, if you don’t have support or the opportunity to apply for upfront loans like we were able to get from Propel, it can be hard to continue to grow."

Johnny Allen, Executive Director, JK Movement

Lending

Strategic Services

Training

Ten Thousand Things Theater

"A lot of our audiences are people who you might not think of when you hear ‘everyone’ because they’re hidden from society."

Stephanie Thompson, Managing Director, Ten Thousand Things Theater

Training

Two girls with two women, smiling and bundled up after a winter running race.

Girls on the Run Twin Cities

"Anything finance-related was the one thing that always made me nervous about being an executive director. This leadership cohort gave me financial skills, helped me build my confidence at a strategic level, and also gave me these relationships."

Mary Uran, Executive Director, Girls on the Run Twin Cities

Resources

Training

MacRostie Art Center hosting kids at art in the Park, a partnership with Minneapolis College of Art and Design; Photo by Ian Hanesworth

MacRostie Art Center

"There’s value in creativity and creative thinking. In rural areas, that comes through a lot. You have to be creative to make a living in a rural area."

Katie Marshall, MacRostie Art Center

Lending

Training

Six people holding a check: Deer River Area Health Care Foundation making a donation to the local food shelf.

Deer River Area Health Care Foundation

"It’s been invaluable to have these Propel Nonprofit trainings and cohorts offered in Itasca County. All of it has been time well spent."

Leah Oslin, Deer River Area Health Care Foundation

Training