We can tailor a workshop to your court's needs and goals.
Fraternal Outreach Workshop
Do you want to host an outreach event in your community? Do you have an idea for an event, but you aren't sure how to bring it to life? Host this type of workshop! Ideally, these take place in the evening on a weekday. Attendees are people, of any age, who are active in the community and want to make a difference! A small group of approximately five to 10 people works well. We can also host these for high school or college students only, targeting specific projects or goals they have.
Goal: Foster ideas for a Feeding God's Children event, set a date for the event and identify the event organizer.
Giving Book Workshop
Are you interested in getting the youth in your court and community more involved? This book can be used as a brief story time or a more in-depth four-part learning session, beginning with the Giving Fable, and followed by a group discussion and action plan, interactive activity, and takeaway. We can work with parents and grandparents showing them how to use the Giving Book with their children and grandchildren. We can also use this book and lesson with students in a daytime, afternoon or evening reading session and discussion.
Goal: Inspire young students to be involved their communities.
From logging in to posting events on your local court's website, we'll show you how to navigate your profile and local court website.
Goal: Familiarize you with COF's website and your local court website. If you're a court web admin, our goal is to show you how to update and maintain your local court's website.
Social Media Training
We will show you how to use different social media platforms to promote your event, and we'll show you how to interact with COF on these sites.
Goal: Elevate level of social media knowledge and encourage interaction with COF via social media.
Reach out to the Fraternal Outreach Team to schedule your workshop or training today! We want to see your event succeed and provide you with the knowledge you need to be a resourceful member of your local court.