Nonprofit News

4 Ways Leaders Can Sustain Volunteer Engagement

Jul 31 2018

Related to: Volunteer Management

Find Everyday Moments to Touch the Heart.

Leaders of volunteers may support volunteers in many significant ways just through their sheer presence. One simple, and often overlooked task, is offering feedback to volunteers on their performance.  

Most of us desire to know how we are doing in our work. Words of affirmation... Read Article

The GRAMMY Museum Opens 2019 Grant Cycle

Jul 31 2018

Related to: Fundraising

Funding for Audio Preservation Projects.

The GRAMMY Museum is now accepting Letters of Inquiry for their 2019 grant cycle. With funding generously provided by the Recording Academy®, the GRAMMY Museum Grant Program awards grants each year to organizations and individuals for audio preservation projects, as well as scientific research efforts. The program’s aim... Read Article

New Mexico's Go-To Resource for Nonprofit Management

Jul 30 2018

Related to: Communications & Marketing

Over 600 Downloads Upon Release.

The Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNPE) is thrilled to announce that the New Mexico Nonprofit Principles & Practices Guide, the sector's go-to resource for nonprofit operations and governance, exceeded 600 downloads in the first month of release!

Much gratitude and special thanks to everyone... Read Article

Center for Nonprofit Excellence Releases Nonprofit Principles & Practices Guide

Jul 19 2018

Related to: Evaluation

A Resource for New Mexico Nonprofits

The Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNPE) at United Way of Central New Mexico announced the debut of the New Mexico Nonprofit Principles & Practices Guide and the Companion Workbook to the New Mexico Nonprofit Principles & Practices Guide on Tuesday, July 10, 2018, at 10 a.m. at the National Hispanic... Read Article

Philanthropy in New Mexico Giving Study

Jul 18 2018

Related to: Evaluation, Related to: Fundraising

New Mexico Philanthropy and Nonprofit Need

NMAG recently completed the Philanthropy in New Mexico giving study and two reports have resulted from that work over the past year, Philanthropy in New Mexico (2018) and the Outlook for Foundation Giving (2018).

Access the findings about New Mexico philanthropy, the needs... Read Article

Albuquerque Journal Features Principles & Practices Guide

Jul 3 2018

Related to: Board Development, Related to: Evaluation, Related to: Financial Management

Guidance for New Mexico Nonprofits

Nonprofit organizations in New Mexico just got a little guidance in how to be even better at what they do.

The New Mexico Nonprofit Principles and Practices Guide, and a companion workbook, have just been published by the Center for Nonprofit... Read Article

Hands Across Time NM To Launch New Program

Jun 24 2018

Related to: Collaboration, Related to: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Related to: Volunteer Management

Home Sharing Program Seeks Participants. Hands Across Time NM (HATNM) Home Sharing will enable people with special needs, either from income or circumstance, to live independent, self-sufficient lives in decent, safe, low-cost homes. HATNM will provide home sharing, self-... Read Article

Economic Development Grant Cycle Opens

Jun 22 2018

Related to: Fundraising

Pooling Resources For Economic Development. The Los Alamos National Laboratory Major Subcontractors Consortium (LANL MSC), in partnership with New Mexico Community Foundation and Los Alamos National Security, is now accepting proposals for the 2018 Economic Development Industry Cluster Grant cycle.    Created in 2006, LANL MSC is a collaboration of... Read Article

A Board of Directors is Responsible for What Exactly?

Jun 16 2018

Related to: Board Development, Related to: Financial Management

Michael Barndollar, fundraising consultant, shares a story that highlights why it's so important for nonprofit Boards to have a complete understanding of their legal and fiduciary responsibilities.

Help Santa Fe Community College Determine Local Needs for Workforce Training

Jun 13 2018

Related to: Human Resources

Goal: Prepare a Qualified Workforce.  Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) and Innovate+Educate have teamed up to launch a survey to determine local needs for workforce training.    The goal is to gather information from the community in order to develop and deliver tailored workforce training and professional development to assure a qualified and... Read Article


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