Related to: AdvocacyFederal, State & Local Agencies Will Represent.
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich invites New Mexicans to attend his and Public Safety and Consumer Protection Fair with Mayor Tim Keller.
It will take place on Tuesday, April 3, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center in Albuquerque, N.M.
This event is part of their ongoing... Read Article
Related to: AdvocacyBuild Relationships, Take Action.
NM Voices for Children and a few key partners and supporters are working together to create a common space for those working to improve child well-being in Northern NM – to share data and information, build relationships, and discuss actions to improve the lives of children and families moving forward.
The Northern New... Read Article
Related to: Financial ManagementGet Comfortable With Financial Statements.
Part of serving on a nonprofit Board is signing off on financial statements. Suzanne Atkinson of ProBooksUSA explains that it's important that Board members feel comfortable with reading and asking questions about financial statements because they are typically the first indication when things are going... Read Article
Related to: Board Development, Related to: EvaluationTake the Nonprofit Board Leadership Survey.
The Alliance for Nonprofit Management announces phase two of their ground-breaking study on nonprofit board leadership. This phase focuses on the composition and roles of committees and officers.
Are you currently serving as a board officer or committee chair? Take this... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer ManagementKeep It Light, Brief & Straightforward
A well-written volunteer opportunity title and description let volunteers know exactly what’s expected of them. Use short, succinct sentences to address the responsibilities of the role and clearly outline expectations. Avoid lengthy paragraphs with needlessly professional jargon, and limit your... Read Article
Related to: Advocacy, Related to: Diversity, Equity & InclusionCriminalizing Speech in Public Areas.
In a joint stipulation approved by the U.S. District Court last week, the City of Albuquerque agreed not to enforce an ordinance that went into effect on December 6, 2017, that restricts speech on medians, freeway entrances, exit ramps, and other areas within the City while... Read Article
Related to: Diversity, Equity & InclusionThe State of Nonprofit Gender Equity.
The White House Project Report offers the following statistics benchmarking women’s leadership:
Women encompass 73 percent of all nonprofit employees. In the CEO job, 45 percent are female. Of organizations with a budget of at least $25 million, the CEO is female 21 percent of... Read Article
Related to: AdvocacyMVD Fails to Implement Changes.
Lawyers from the ACLU, the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty, Somos Un Pueblo Unido and Freedman Boyd Hollander Goldberg Urias and Ward PA filed suit against the Department of Taxation and Revenue (Motor Vehicle Division) over the implementation of the state's two tiered drivers license and ID system.
New Mexico... Read Article
Related to: FundraisingACF Opens Competitive Grant Program
The Albuquerque Community Foundation is currently accepting proposals in the following fields-of-interest:Economic & Workforce Development Health Human Services
This year, letters-of-intent will not be accepted during the 2018 Competitive Grant Program.
In an effort to make grant decisions earlier in... Read Article
Related to: Financial ManagementFree to Families Who Make $54,000 or Less.
United Way of Central New Mexico offers free tax preparation through the Tax Help New Mexico program to families who make $54,000 per year or less and individuals age 65 and older regardless of income.How It Works
Volunteer tax preparers are available at locations across the state to help you. All Tax... Read Article