SRDI Launches Federal Funds Database – Critical Tool for Rural Communities!
SRDI announces the launch of the Federal Funds Analysis Database – a new tool designed for rural leaders to better understand the policy partnership between the federal government and their community. Funded by the WK Kellogg Foundation, this database was the platform for local convenings in South Carolina (Marlboro and Allendale Counties) and in Louisiana (Pointe Coupee Parish). Click here for more information about our Federal Funds program.
Alan McGregor on Sabbatical – Philanthropy Work Moves On
Alan McGregor, SRDI’s Director of Philanthropic Programs, is taking a four month sabbatical, beginning August 1, 2006, thanks to a $25,000 grant form the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation’s Sabbatical Program. Read more here...
SODI at SRDI – Gets Staff
The Southern Organizational Development Initiative (SODI) works to ensure accessible, affordable, and appropriate individual and organizational development support for grassroots leaders, groups/organizations, and networks in the rural South. This program is an important peice in realizing a vision of an an effective and sustainable Grassroots Support Infrastructure of locally trusted nonprofit intermediaries, funders, and OD consultants working together throughout the rural South to nurture and strengthen grassroots efforts. SRDI is happy to introduce the new Director for SODI, Thomas Watson. Find out more about Thomas here.
SRDI Seeking Finance Manager!
The Southern Rural Development Initiative (SRDI) is a non-profit intermediary working across the rural South to help build just and sustainable communities. We are seeking a Finance Manager with substantial experience to implement and strengthen our accounting and financial management system. Click here for more information about the available position and how to apply.
About the Photos on Our Website
We are featuring the work of documentary photographer Rob Amberg, who lives in the mountains of North Carolina. His photographs are about the day-to-day rhythms of southern rural communities.