Service: 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

Five actors onstate performing the Ballad of Emmitt Till, photo by Allen Weeks

Penumbra Theatre

"Propel Nonprofits was very clear that they needed to be in a position to advocate for us, which meant that we had to do due diligence on our end."

Sarah Bellamy, Artistic Director, Penumbra Theatre

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Training

Trina Olson of PFund talking to people.

PFund Foundation

"Propel Nonprofits is the biggest cheerleader to our success – a member of our team who wants us to do well."

Trina Olson, Executive Director
PFund Foundation

Training

Gallery space at MacRostie Art Center.

MacRostie Art Center

"Propel Nonprofits is a great resource for us. We are fortunate that Blandin is supporting this, so I take advantage of it whenever I can."

Katie Marshall, Executive Director
MacRostie Art Center

Training

A couple holding a little boy.

Domestic Abuse Project

"Propel Nonprofits is a critical resource in the community to help with the financial difficulties that many nonprofits face from time to time."

Sarah Clyne, Executive Director
Domestic Abuse Project

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Training

Minnesota Chorale singing, all dressed in black with songbooks open.

Minnesota Chorale

"The people there are a delight to work with. They're responsive, personable, extremely knowledgeable about their subject, and they understand where you're coming from because of their own experiences."

Bob Peskin, Executive Director
Minnesota Chorale

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Training