This workshop is for marketers, teachers, pastors, hipsters, artists, moms, dads, students, social entrepreneurs and their friends. Discover a model for understanding human behavior, culture, and growth. SPACE IS LIMITED!
Hosted and facilitated by Uptown Church on behalf of Shawntan Howell and Girls Are Powerful. This two-hour event includes hearing the vision and story of Girls Are Powerful. But instead of asking for a donation, a Friendraiser is about donating ideas, wisdom, counsel, and advice.
There must be something more; something behind it all. Chelsea Forbrook wants to learn the best ways to help you connect with the glue that holds it all together. Uptown Church is joining her in a Friendraiser to reclaim the importance of Spiritual Direction and connecting with that which lies beyond and among us.
Discover what these five thinkers, speakers and presenters have to say about entrepreneurship, business, creativity and what it really means to make a difference.
“What a great idea!” That is what I heard over and over as I shared and invited people to the Friendraiser to support my project at Stories Foundation, including our new food truck.
If you are like me, you want to feel that you have the ability to make a difference – that somehow the future will be different because of your presence, relationships and actions. You want to grow. You want to deepen your approaches to leadership, communication and strategic thinking.
We all want to belong to something bigger. Whether you live in North Minneapolis or you are a supporter of the good things happening in our city, we all benefit from closing the gaps in food, jobs, housing and education. Many who live in North feel a lack of supportive community for the times when we face adversity. Many have doubts about moving to the community.
A couple of years ago, my wife, Kelsey and I (Tim) passed through Anoka, a small town north of Minneapolis and the home of Hans’ Bakery. And as we stood in line talking to the locals, we learned that Hans’ was actually shut down for a few years.
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"It was so affirming to have the chance to set the idea out in front of folks known and otherwise. To give me an opportunity to verbalize what I’m passionate about. To hear encouraging words. To be challenged. I felt equipped to move forward." - Chad Amour
It can feel like everything has to happen all at once. You need a mission statement, leadership, staff, budgets, strategy and websites. But none of those compare to the underlying, personal challenges: Can I do this? Am I capable of getting this thing off the ground? Learn how the Midtown Friendraiser could be the next step in your adventure of starting an organization.