Are the Materials Designed to Be Used With the Help of Consultants?
The materials can be completed with or without the help of consultants.
However, if you can find the resources to hire a talented consultant, especially to help with inclusiveness/diversity training, his or her assistance will likely lead to greater success in becoming more inclusive. Yet not all nonprofit organizations have the funds to hire consultants.
If your organization cannot afford to bring in outside assistance to help with the inclusiveness initiative, the materials will still be of great value to you. If you are a 501(c)(3) organization that serves people in the seven-county metro Denver area and provides services in Arts & Culture, Civic & Education, Health, or Human Services, with annual operating revenues of up to $500,000, you may qualify to apply for a TA (Technical Assistance) Grant from The Denver Foundation.
- Step 1: Creating Structure
- Step 2: Consultants/Training
- Step 3: Making the Case
- Step 4: Gathering Info
- Step 5: Creating a Blueprint
- Step 6: Implementing the Blueprint
- Sample Documents
- Next Steps for Your Organization