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Center for Community Change
1536 U Street NW
District of Columbia
The Center for Community Change is a large national non-profit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. Our mission is to promote and develop community organizing as a national force for social and economic justice. Founded in 1968, the Center is kn
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Our Board | Kolot Chayeinu | Voices of Our Lives
Margie Finee is a proud Brooklyn-American living in Ditmas Park and a Kolot member since 1998.
She serves on the membership committee and actually likes helping with Kolot's fundraising.
She is the director and principal consultant of The Linchpin Campaign (TLC) whose goal is to expand the resources available to community organizing and social change efforts in the United States and internationally through project development, capacity building, coaching and training.
Marjorie consults regularly with national organizing and foundation collaboratives and is featured in many workshops and conferences on social justice philanthropy and fundraising.
She serves on the board of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy.
She has spearheaded major donor campaigns for Kolot and delivered winning fundraising pitches for several organizations.
Fundraising Success In A Time of Financial Crisis-It Is Possible! â€” Center for Community Change
Margie Fine is director of the Linchpin Campaign at the Center for Community Change
Thank you Margie!
Great article, Margie
, and right on the money, so to speak.
Thanks for writing this thoughtful piece, Margie!
Maggie Fine comes to CCC from the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock in Manhasset, N.Y.She served for 12 years as executive director of the congregation's Veatch Program, which supports organizations (mostly Unitarian Universalist) that are named for benefactor Caroline Veatch.Fine will remain on Long Island, overseeing CCC's Resources for CommunityOrganizing project.
Press Releases :: Press and Media :: Center for Community Change
Margie Fine, Executive Director of the Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock for the past 12 years, will join the Center for Community Change in November to lead a new project called "Resources for Community Organizing" that will focus on the very important work of broadening the resource base for grassroots community organizing.
RESOURCE GENERATION | family philanthropy conference
Margie Fine, Center for Community Change