Welcome to the League!

Today I am very excited and pleased to announce the official launch of The 501c League. It's a concept I've been talking to people in the 501c profession about for 5 years. A few months ago I decided to make it a reality. 

So what's really different from other groups? Radical inclusion. This is a concept I developed a few years ago. But what is radical inclusion? 

This means EVERYONE is welcome to participate, contribute, and share. By taking this approach of radical inclusion (meaning all are welcome to participate as much or as little as they like) we believe that the organization will find diversity of experience, knowledge, and ideas. We embrace and encourage new and different voices. 

So, you don't have to be on a board, join a committee, or be part of a task force or work group. You don't need to be part of any special access group. If you're in the League, you're in. The purpose of the League is to create a community by and for individuals where you can voice your opinion and ideas without being shut down. There won't be a fear factor in the culture because it won't be tolerated. 

Also, at the League we believe that participation should be accessible, and therefore, affordable. There's a "non" in non-profit and we are keenly aware of that. 

The 21st Century is a time of unique and fantastic opportunity driven by the connection of individuals and ideas. It's time we had an organization for 501c professionals that tapped into that atmosphere. 

This means everyone is welcome to participate, contribute, and share. By taking this approach of radical inclusion (meaning all are welcome to participate as much or as little as they like) we believe that the organization will find diversity of experience, knowledge, and ideas. We embrace and encourage new and different voices.

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Rick Johnston - Thursday, November 15, 2018
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Great idea. Informal mentoring has occurred on occasion but I am not aware of any formal matching program. Good luck, Celia.

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