Related to: Board Development, Related to: Communications & Marketing, Related to: Fundraising
Los Alamos Community Foundation will offer three in-depth training workshops to help local nonprofits build their capacity in core areas in 2019-2020.
Each session will be approximately three hours long and is ideal for a 2-3 member team comprised of both staff and board members per... Read Article
Related to: Advocacy, Related to: Board Development, Related to: Collaboration, Related to: Communications & Marketing, Related to: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Related to: Evaluation, Related to: Financial Management, Related to: Fundraising, Related to: Human Resources, Related to: Leadership, Related to: Technology, Related to: Volunteer ManagementWe're Looking for Our 2020... Read Article
Related to: Leadership
Friday, September 20th, nearly 20 high school seniors participating in the capstone class at Technology Leadership High School learned the fundamental steps in creating and funding a nonprofit organization.
“Starting a nonprofit can be super challenging,” Center for Nonprofit Excellence Education Manager, Kira Luna said. “That’s why having a good team of... Read Article
Related to: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Taking a stand against racism, bigotry, and intolerance is not enough. Nonprofit organizations are traveling a journey to identify how to build the core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion into all our nonprofit’s operations, as well as model those values. Embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion as organizational values is a... Read Article
Related to: Financial Management
Put yourself in the funder’s shoes — who would you choose to fund? These tough decisions are complex and include assessing an organization’s ability to deliver on the promises made in the grant proposal. Applicants must have the capacity to translate program plans into action, and the action into measurable results.
“Internal controls are safety... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer Management
Youth volunteers can be a great way to boost the energy of an organization — and get a lot done. Youth can provide enthusiasm and excitement while contributing in a large way to the organization’s mission. The youth also benefit by learning new skills, meeting new people, and of course earning those all-important volunteer hours that are now essential... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer Management
Local nonprofits gathered Wednesday, August 28th at the Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNPE), United Way of Central New Mexico to discuss volunteer management best practices including how to create volunteer position descriptions and volunteer recruitment strategies.
The Volunteer Management Roundtable, facilitated by Kira Luna, education... Read Article
Related to: Fundraising
Fundraising can be a nightmare, from soliciting donations, convincing potential donors that you’re a worthy cause to cold-calling it can be daunting to secure essential funding from the community. B2BABQ wants to make fundraising easier for all non-profits in Albuquerque. B2BABQ is two restaurants in town, B2B Bistronomy in Nob Hill, and B2B2 Barrio in... Read Article
Related to: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Related to: Financial Management, Related to: Fundraising
The Santa Fe Community Foundation, in collaboration with the City of Santa Fe, has established the Fund for Refugees and Asylum Seekers. The Fund was created in response to the unprecedented humanitarian crisis in our state, especially along the border with Mexico. As New Mexico is a... Read Article
Related to: Advocacy, Related to: Board Development, Related to: Financial Management, Related to: Fundraising, Related to: Leadership
Albuquerque area nonprofits and community members gathered for a panel discussion moderated by U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland, examining the local nonprofit sector’s community impact Tuesday, August 13 at the Impact & Coffee event hosted at Explora.
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