From her involvement with the national agency, Partners for Sacred Places, Elizabeth will blog about practical ways churches, synagogues and other sacred places can renovate or raise the money they need to get there. She’ll also tell some stories of preservation and renovation projects done right.
Learn more about her here:
“Elizabeth Ann Terry, Partners for Sacred Places’ director of training, has more than twenty-five years of working in the nonprofit field. She conducted hundreds of workshops for thousands of organizations through the Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University, the Center for Effective Public Policy, the Joseph Priestley District of the Unitarian Universalist Association, the Free Library of Philadelphia, the Grassroots Fundraising Institute, and through her consulting business, NIAwork (www.niawork.com). While at the Center for Effective Public Policy she compiled and edited Corporate Resources for Community Needs, a study of volunteering and giving patterns in the Delaware Valley. Before joining Partners, she was the Executive Director of The Other Side magazine. Elizabeth attended Temple University, and has been a lay minister since 1994. She is a member of the Society of Community Ministries, and the Association of Fundraising Professionals.”