Peer Skill Share Program (Pierce Family Foundation)

The Peer Skill Share program is designed to invest in the professional skills of nonprofit employees, building their individual capacity and by extension, the capacity of their organizations. The Pierce Family Foundation arranges for nonprofit employees to help each other via “skill share” sessions, where grantees can get one-on-one advice from peers on specific needs they identify. Since there is time involved on both sides, a $200 micro-grant is offered to both the trainer’s and the trainee’s organization after their session is complete.

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