Related to: Board Development
As a recognized front runner in nonprofit board leadership, BoardSource invites you to take the Leading With Intent survey to share your board's governance practices and learn how they compare to other boards in the sector.
The survey will help define how New Mexico nonprofits organize their boards and conduct their work, how they fulfill their... Read Article
Related to: Evaluation
As part of its mission to increase evaluation capacity in New Mexico, the UNM Evaluation Lab will present its second annual Summer Institute July 22-26, 2019, in Albuquerque.
With a bigger venue and larger team of experts than last year, this event is expected to help attendees practice with the tools they'll learn, internalize the concepts and become... Read Article
Related to: Financial Management
The New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (NMDHSEM) has announced the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Fiscal Year 2019 Non-Profit Security Grant Program - State (NSGP-S). This is an opportunity for community partners in the nonprofit sector to address threats and risks that may adversely affect their clients,... Read Article
Related to: Collaboration, Related to: Fundraising
Are you an early to mid-career grant professional looking to gain confidence and take your grant seeking to the next level?
Join The Grants Collective for a 3-day training event where you’ll learn the ins and outs of grant seeking from grant professionals and trainers with decades of experience working for New Mexico based... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer Management
Albuquerque will host the 2019 National Senior Games presented by Humana. Over 12,000 athletes, plus an additional 20,000 visitors, will come to Albuquerque June 14-25, 2019. Every state in the U.S. will be represented, along with athletes from Mexico, Canada, Barbados, Bolivia, Spain, Sweden and more!
In order to run the Games, we need 3,500... Read Article
Related to: Advocacy
The New Mexico state legislature passed 310 bills during the 2019 session, including a budget of $7 billion. The session is over and Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has until April 5 to sign the bills that passed or they will be pocket vetoed. Some of the legislation that passed, like the creation of an Early Childhood Education and Care Department or the Division... Read Article
Related to: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Related to: Human Resources
My Professional Experience: Why Getting It Right Matters
I am an advocate for second chances. As the former supervising attorney at Cabrini Green Legal Aid in Chicago and now the senior policy strategist at the ACLU of New Mexico, I have seen firsthand the devastating impact that an arrest or conviction... Read Article
Related to: Fundraising
Most nonprofits watch their overall growth in giving, but seldom pay attention to the gains and losses that make up those results. According to the 2018 Fundraising Effectiveness Survey Report, the average donor retention rate in 2017 was 45.5%. This means nonprofit organizations were only able to retain 4.5 out of every 10 donors in 2017.
... Read Article
Related to: Collaboration
2019 Grant Cycle Opens March 20th
Con Alma, whose mission is to improve access to health care services for all New Mexican communities, offers grants, contributions and program-related investments to fulfill its mission.
The 2019 grant cycle will open March 20th and run through close of business on April 24th.
Con Alma annually awards... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer ManagementA Family Appreciation for the Arts is Born
Keshet Dance and Center for the Arts is deeply rooted and committed to making dance and the arts available to anyone and everyone, regardless of ability, experience, age or income. Our mission is to inspire and unite community by fostering unlimited possibilities through dance, mentorship and a creative space... Read Article