Training for Disability Rights Groups
Posted by on April 26, 2010
DASH provides training for disability rights groups
The Disability Advocacy Support Hub is a program of the Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania designed to support and help disability advocacy groups across Pennsylvania.
DASH provides free trainings and technical assistance to disability advocacy groups to help them build their groups and improve their advocacy. It has helped groups with a variety of advocacy issues, strategic planning, board development, use of the media, lobbying rules, outreach, fund raising, networking and many other topics and activities.
For more information about DASH, download a flyer here.
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