Resilia Capacity Building Program

Resilia Capacity Building Program

May 2024 — April 2025

Starting May 1st, EHF will be partnering with Resilia to provide a space where community-led non-profit professionals can access mentorship, troubleshoot operational challenges, and continue growing their impact while navigating the challenging journey of running mission-driven organizations with smaller budgets.

This cohort opportunity consists of a 12-month capacity building program for emerging and community-led nonprofits advancing health equity in work related to food and nutrition security, maternal health, and diabetes prevention in one or more of the counties within EHF’s 80 county service area.  

Through this partnership with Resilia, we’re excited to offer the following capacity building supports at no cost to participating nonprofits: 

Interested in Learning More?

We know that change happens at the grassroots level, and this program is designed to support nonprofits with smaller budgets that historically may not have been able to access support for operational capacity building work. We also seek to partner with organizations that serve BIPOC communities and/or who focus their work in rural areas. 

We are offering this opportunity to a limited number of organizations using an opt-in approach (i.e. first come, first served) to build this learning cohort. You do not need to apply to receive access to Resilia nor do you have to be a current EHF grantee.

Organizations with the following characteristics are welcome to participate in Resilia’s peer-learning cohort: 

Does your nonprofit want to learn more about this cohort experience?

Join us for an online information session on Wednesday, April 17: 11:30am – 12:30pm.

To learn more, please:

  • Review the eligibility criteria for joining the cohort (see above and below*)
  • Register for the virtual information session (link below)
    • We encourage multiple staff or volunteers from your organization to RSVP

    • Final date to opt-in to the cohort is April 19, 2024 – a link to opt-in will be emailed to registered participants following the information session

    • The information session will be recorded and shared with registered participants

*Know of nonprofits with smaller budgets that seek to elevate their impact in one of more of the following areas: maternal health, diabetes prevention, and food and nutrition security? If so, please share this webpage with them for more information about joining a unique capacity building opportunity through EHF.

Questions? Please email Christy Serrano.