Related to: Evaluation
Join us for the 2020 Evaluation Lab Summer Institute! The Evaluation Summer Institute is a 5-day intensive course covering all aspects of evaluation, hosted by the UNM Evaluation Lab, from July 27 - July 31, 2020, 9:00am to 5:00pm at the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) in Albuquerque, NM. At the end of the Institute, attendees will have a plan of... Read Article
Related to: Collaboration
United Way of Central New Mexico is joining other United Ways across the country in partnering with FamilyWize to offer a Prescription Discount Card.
FamilyWize partners with nearly all pharmacies nationwide to negotiate prescription discounts, so you receive a lower price. FamilyWize understands you're looking to reduce the cost of your prescription... Read Article
Related to: Fundraising
If someone offered you a pile of money would you accept it? I know, I know. You’re probably wondering: “What’s the catch?”
When I talk to people about grant writing, I often hear “it’s free money, right?” Not exactly. While it’s true that grant funds do not generally have to be repaid, that doesn’t mean that getting a grant is free from any costs or... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer Management
The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program is the United State’s largest youth recognition program based exclusively on volunteer community service.
Sheree Anderson, 14, of Rainsville, New Mexico is one of the top youth volunteers in the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Anderson created a business card to raise awareness of... Read Article
Related to: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Related to: Fundraising
Join the Association of Fundraising Professionals New Mexico Chapter at the 2020 Funders Forum and Fundraising Academy on March 12th, from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Morning networking opportunities and round-table discussions will be focused on the 2020-2021 funding landscape, offering opportunities to learn about each... Read Article
Related to: Leadership
“What do you love about being a manager?”
When I ask that question of new managers, sometimes they think for a long time about how to answer. Many managers ascend to leadership positions without fully understanding a fundamental truth: that leadership and management is a career change, and the skills and behaviors that made them successful individual... Read Article
Related to: Evaluation
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNPE) recently hosted the “Logic Models & Measuring What Matters” training, facilitated by Melissa Binder, Ph.D., Director of the UNM Master of Public Policy and Associate Director of the UNM Evaluation Lab.
Participants developed evaluation tools during the two-hour workshop to measure outcomes essential to their... Read Article
Related to: Communications & Marketing
The Los Alamos Community Foundation (LACF), in partnership with The Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNPE), offered an in-depth workshop on Marketing and Communications, Wednesday, Jan. 22 at UNM-Los Alamos.
The workshop was facilitated by CNPE’s Communications and Marketing Manager, Brandale Mills Cox who gave attendees the opportunity... Read Article
Related to: Financial Management
For many public charities, the Schedule A support test is arguably one of the most important parts of Form 990—which is how the IRS provides the public with information on a not-for-profit’s revenue sources. That’s because any organization that doesn’t meet the public support test risks losing its status as a public charity.
In this scenario, the... Read Article
Related to: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
“By January 2021, where do you want to be?” was the guiding question during last week’s “Goal Setting for Women of Color in the Nonprofit Sector” training hosted by the Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNPE). Nearly 15 women of color developed their professional goals for 2020, identifying strategies to achieve their leadership and personal... Read Article