Complementing the limitations of the government in meeting the needs and demands of society, various civil society organizations (CSOs) were established. Their existence and progress in providing public services and helping solution of community problems is very strategic. To support the organization and program activities, CSOs need funding. However, there has been a budget shortage and reduced funding support from donors, especially foreign financial aid institutions. The NAMA Foundation, through the NICE Foundation as its executor in Indonesia, does not merely provide financial support, it channels its assistance in the form of training programs for CSOs aimed to build independence and sustainability of the organization and its programs. One such effort is the Community Leader Program Training program for developing social entrepreneurship for 10 community CSOs in the provinces of DKI Jakarta, West Java and Banten in 2019. This research is an evaluation of the training program using the Kirkpatrick 4 level training program evaluation model. The results indicate positive feedback from the participants especially in terms of knowledge and skills gained from the training.