Related to: Fundraising
When I began my nonprofit career, I was tasked with starting three new fundraising special events within a five-year period. I had some success with the events, but it certainly wasn’t smooth sailing — one event generated significant income, but the organization’s board did not support it; one event had great committee involvement, but ultimately didn’t meet its... Read Article
Related to: Fundraising
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence has partnered with the New Mexico chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals to provide additional CFRE courses to nonprofit staff and consultants during 2019.What is CFRE?
The international Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) program sets a standard in philanthropy through a valid and... Read Article
Related to: Leadership
American Mothers, Inc. Announces Rebecca Latham as Incoming CEO
First New Mexican to Lead the Historic National Organization
Washington, D.C. – (December 28, 2018) - American Mothers, Inc., the voice of 85 million mothers strong, announced today that Rebecca Latham assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the national... Read Article
Related to: Collaboration, Related to: Communications & Marketing, Related to: Human Resources, Related to: Volunteer Management
The Children's Grief Center (CGC) of New Mexico offers free, facilitated peer support groups for young people ages 5-25 and their caregivers. Trained volunteers facilitate groups for the grieving families who depend on the Children's Grief Center for... Read Article
Related to: Human Resources, Related to: Volunteer Management
Leverage the power of your volunteer roster by engaging volunteers in true advocacy efforts; if they feel their skills are coveted and important, you will likely gain a more engaged and active group of people to assist in your mission.
Set up the expectation that volunteers are elevated advocates. Make orientation... Read Article
Related to: Communications & Marketing, Related to: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Related to: Fundraising, Related to: Leadership
The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) is accepting applications for the Launchpad Fellowship program through December 16. There are five fellowship opportunities including:Equity & Inclusion Coordinator Advocacy... Read Article
Frida Padilla serves as a volunteer with Rose Family Advocacy (RFA), a new nonprofit dedicated to assisting victims of domestic violence. While her official title is Bilingual Volunteer Survivor Advocate, she doesn’t let that stop her from going above and beyond her duties to assist the members of RFA. From manning tabling events to refereeing a volleyball tournament, Frida does it all... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer Management
Every nonprofit professional knows that an organization’s volunteer base is one of the most valuable resources it has. Your volunteers offer their time and effort, for free, to make sure that your nonprofit can continue supporting its mission.
Your volunteers deserve the world—so how can you make sure that they feel engaged and appreciated while... Read Article
Related to: Financial Management, Related to: Human ResourcesNew Mexico’s Only Nonprofit CPA Firm Undergoes Strategic Rebrand
After nearly a decade of serving New Mexico’s nonprofit community with professional back-office support services, the state’s only nonprofit CPA firm, Nonprofit Back Office Resources, will continue its work under a new brand identity as 501(C)PA.... Read Article
Join us for a special Impact & Coffee as we partner with the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network to host speed networking 2018 as part of our annual Giving & Gratitude Mixer. This special networking event will be held on Tuesday, November 20 from 8:30-10:00 a.m. at Spur Line Supply Co., where everyone will have the opportunity to meet and interact with some amazing leaders in... Read Article