How can the co-location of office spaces increase organizational impact?

What resources can be shared and leveraged through innovative collaborations?

Four local organizations, including: Benton Soil and Water Conservation District, Greenbelt Land Trust, Institute for Applied Ecology, and Marys River Watershed Council are hosting a meeting to share information on a project that they have launched to assess the feasibility of a shared space center for organizations in the Corvallis area. Sharing office space has been proven to increase efficiencies, reduce operational costs, and increase the impact and sustainability of organizations involved (see Shared Space Report attached).

These four partners are holding a special Community Meeting for other interested partners and supporters to learn more about the project, provide feedback, and learn how they can be involved!

You are invited to attend this SHARED SPACE CENTER COMMUNITY MEETING on November 7th at the Vue in downtown Corvallis (10-11:30am). This meeting will be facilitated by the Nonprofit Centers Network, a consulting firm focused on building shared nonprofit centers around the country.

Please RSVP by Friday, October 28th by filling out this short form.

* Generous grant funding for this Shared Space Center feasibility study has been provided by: Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board and the Land Trust Alliance.

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