The world is currently awash in pandemic-relief grant funding, but the work of securing it remains a challenge, especially for Vermont's small towns and nonprofits. Come learn strategies and tips from the leaders of three organizations that have survived the grant-writing/administration process, successfully secured funds, and came up with the match! Joining us will be Susan McClure, Executive Director, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum; Valerie Capels, Town Administrator, Town of Bristol; and Helena Van Voorst, Executive Director, United Way of Addison County.
Lunch will be provided for those attending in person!
Founded in 1969, the Addison County Chamber of Commerce plays a vital role in the success of Addison County’s business community. With a full-time paid staff, the Chamber operates a Visitor Information Center just outside of Middlebury’s downtown. The Addison County Chamber is responsible for promoting the county as a tourism destination, responding to inquiries from visitors and residents as well as providing referrals to member businesses.
The Addison County Chamber is a vital resource for the business community by providing governmental affairs programming, educational forums and opportunities to meet other members to create and nurture connections.
The Chamber’s mission is to enhance the economic vitality of Addison County.
Please contact us by phone, email or in person.
The Visitors' Center is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.