Related to: Collaboration, Related to: FundraisingStability for Families in Crisis. In the fall of 2018, Hands Across Time New Mexico (HATNM) is planning the implementation of a ‘Home Sharing’ program modeled after the California based HIP Housing program. Home Sharing is a living arrangement among two or more unrelated people. Home owners or renters (Home Providers) who have... Read Article
Related to: Communications & Marketing, Related to: TechnologyWhat Your Nonprofit Needs to Know.
As of Friday, May 25th, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations are in effect—and, if you’ve opened your email inbox within the last month, you know that many companies are updating their privacy policies to be compliant.
GDPR is a new set of regulations that require... Read Article
Related to: Advocacy
Is your nonprofit prepared to effectively advocate for its cause?
Dede Feldman, former Member of the New Mexico Senate, shares how a powerful story can mean a winning campaign.
Related to: Evaluation
Nonprofits have a responsibility to regularly assess impact in order to improve and better serve their communities. The New Mexico Nonprofit Principles and Practices Guide provides guidelines to improve nonprofit operations and governance and best practices for strategic planning and evaluation.
Coming July 9, 2018. Sign up and get... Read Article
Related to: Collaboration, Related to: Volunteer ManagementBuild the Capacity of Your Organization.
The Corporation for National and Community Service’s (CNCS’s) New Mexico Office is seeking applications for the AmeriCorps VISTA program from
innovative, high-performing and outcome driven organizations that share the VISTA mission to provide long term solutions to poverty.... Read Article
Related to: LeadershipRace and Gender in the Nonprofit Sector.
The Building Movement Project (BMP) is hosting focus groups on leadership, race, and advancement in the nonprofit sector.
The Building Movement Project launched Race to Lead, a series of reports on their 2016 national survey of more than 4,000 staff and board members of nonprofit organizations from across the... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer ManagementWhat It Takes To Maintain a 13-Acre Park.
Vickey Hudimac can be seen in the Railyard Park most Tuesday and Thursday mornings, ready for the day’s gardening tasks. She’s been volunteering as a Yardmaster since April 2017 when she met the Railyard Conservancy’s Executive Director, Christy Downs, and other Yardmasters at a Free Rose Pruning... Read Article
Related to: FundraisingImproving Maternal & Child Health.
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico is currently accepting applications for the 2018-2019 Wellness Fund Grant Program.
The Wellness Fund Grant is a grant program that supports non-profit organizations in their efforts to improve maternal and child health and wellness outcomes in southern New Mexico. Non-... Read Article
Related to: EvaluationYou Can't Get Better Unless You Measure.
In this profile of the Mulago Foundation, leaders Kevin Starr and Laura Hattendorf share top lessons learned on their philanthropic journey.
We don't invest in organizations that don't measure impact. They're flying blind and we would be too.
Want more tips from a funder who gets it? You'll... Read Article
Related to: Advocacy, Related to: Financial ManagementThe Financial Effects of Legislation on Nonprofits
Over the past two years, state legislators have proposed bills to tax nonprofits. Even with state revenues higher than expected for the coming fiscal year, tax reform is likely to be on the agenda for the 2019 session.
NM Thrives, the state nonprofit association, is... Read Article