Events and Workshops

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  • Center Events
  • Partner Events
  • Other Workshops
  • Recorded Webinars

Center for Non-Profits Events

The following courses are organized chronologically.

Webinar(Online Webinar)    In-person workshop(In-person Workshop or Seminar)   


 

Executive Tour of the NJ Expo Center and Fundraising Lunch & Learn
Hosted by In Thyme Catered Events, Associate Member of the Center for Non-Profits  In-person workshop

Date: Thursday, August 25, 2016 | 12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Location: New Jersey Expo Center | 97 Sunfield Avenue, Edison, NJ 08837
Cost: Free, limited to 20 Center members (one registration per organization)
Speaker: Marcia Shackelford, Shackelford Consulting

Are you planning an event for your organization? Join fellow Center members and In Thyme Catered Events as we tour the NJ Expo Center in Edison then enjoy a special Lunch & Learn on Fundraising Event Do’s & Don’ts with non-profit expert Marcia Shackelford of Shackelford Consulting. We’ll conclude the afternoon with dessert and networking.

   Registration closed. If you would like to be on the waiting list, please call us at 732-227-0800.




 2016 Conferece Save the Date
 


THANK YOU to everyone who made the 2015 Non-Profit Conference the biggest and best yet!!
Take a look back: view photos and other highlights.




Browse our recorded webinars for additional training and information.

Center Partner Events:


National Council of Nonprofits

Shared Online Webinars (Center members are entitled to Member rates, posted as available.)  


Non Profit Development Center SNJ

Bridging the Gap: Fundraising & Event Planning 101 In-person workshop

Date: Thursday, October 6, 2016 | 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Hotel ML | 915 Route 73,  Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Cost: $35 - $125

A night of education and networking that brings together local nonprofits making a positive impact and the young professionals who are anxious to support their efforts.

Our program will kick-off with our Keynote Speaker, Chris Rollins, Chief Development Officer of Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice followed by a lesson on basic fundraising taught by Matt Blank, the Business Development Manager for Friedman LLP, and President of YB Connected. The most important part of hosting a fundraising event is the strategy to how the funds will be raised. How will you be able to get a corporation to allocate you money in their budget is much different than asking a person to donate. Matt Blank will speak to his experiences in developing the right strategy, planning, and implementation of a fundraising campaign around a specific event. A fundraising target can’t be set without understanding the basics of an income statement and how to create and manage to a budget for an event. The fundamentals of event planning will be taught by fellow NPDCSNJ board members, Glen Walton, Chairman and Wanda Hardy, President.

During the reception portion of the evening, expo tables will be set up to allow young professionals to meet nonprofit representatives and learn about volunteer opportunities and open committee and board positions. 

Register

 

 

Please visit the Nonprofit Development Center website for upcoming events.

 


Idealware Webinar

  

Grants Management Systems for Foundations: Demos and Tips, a five week course

Date: Starting Thursday, September 22, with multiple dates and walkthroughs | in addition to class time, instructors will be available for individual discussion and will provide offline exercises
Location: Your computer
Cost: $350 for Center members (email us for the discount code), $400 for nonmembers

Choosing a grants management system can be stressful and take months of research. What if you had a stress-free way to review your options and create a shortlist of systems that best fit your needs? Join us for a five-week course that gives you an up-close view of some of the most popular grants management systems—without the sales pitch. We’ll open with a framework for how to evaluate the finalists on your list and end the course with tips to help you lead a smooth implementation process. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see these grants management systems in action.

Registration, with individual course session descriptions.

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For information on other upcoming programs, please visit: Idealware Online Training.


 



 Pro Bono Partnership

Starting a Nonprofit: Upsides, Downsides, and Alternatives Webinar

Date: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 | 12:00 p.m - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Your computer
Cost: Free

Thinking about starting a nonprofit?  Confused about where to begin? This free webinar will help you decide whether becoming a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization is the best choice for you.

Our speakers will discuss:

  • Questions to ask yourself before forming a new nonprofit
  • The benefits and responsibilities of nonprofit tax-exempt status
  • The process of incorporating and applying for tax exemption under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (including a brief discussion of the new Form 1023-EZ)
  • The legal responsibilities of a nonprofit board
  • Alternatives to consider, including fiscal sponsorship

Register

 

 



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Fall Behavioral Healthcare Meeting, Taking Charge of Change In-person workshop

Date: Thursday, October 20, 2016 | 8:15 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: Pines Manor | 2085 Route 27, Edison, NJ 08817
Cost: $95 - $395

The purpose of this conference is to support and enhance communication among the mental health, substance use and developmental disabilities community, to encourage the advancement of best practices and service delivery and to promote a shared commitment to individuals with psychiatric and substance use issues and developmental disabilities. 

More Information. Register.

 


NTEN

NTEN records and archive all of their webinars, and most of them have additional materials provided by the speakers. Visit their webinar archive for these past events and their events calendar for upcoming trainings. Many of their archived webinars are free for NTEN Members.

Center members can get a free introductory NTEN membership (a $60+ value) - contact the Center right away!




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Unemployment & HR Liability Control 101 Webinar

Date: September 8, 2016
Cost: FREE

With $35 million in potential unemployment liability mitigated last year for over 2,100 nonprofits, it’s likely that your nonprofit could be overpaying. This short 30-minute webinar reveals some of the most common unemployment & HR risks that can cost your nonprofit thousands of dollars. After identifying the risks, this webinar reveals UST’s top recommendations to combat these issues.

Nonprofit Executives, Directors, and HR Staff with 10 or more employees should register to learn about:

  • Reducing unemployment tax liability as a 501(c)(3)
  • Benchmarking unemployment costs
  • Protecting funding from claims and liability
  • Efficiently managing unemployment claims, protests, and hearings
  • Avoiding costly HR mistakes
  • Getting free outplacement services as a nonprofit

The webinar will also explore UST's holistic program, created by and for nonprofits, which can help further lower your unemployment and HR liability. You can also get your questions answered live by an expert advisor at UST.

 If you work for a 501(c)(3) with 10+ employees, register today. 

Register

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5 Most Costly Unemployment Pitfalls for NonprofitsWebinar

Date: On Demand
Location: Your computer
Cost: FREE

With $38 million in potential unemployment cost liability mitigated last year for over 2,000 nonprofits, many nonprofits are overpaying for unemployment insurance and the related costs.  This short 30-minute webinar identifies the five most hazardous unemployment pitfalls that could be costing your nonprofit thousands of dollars.  Participants will learn how to readily combat future unemployment overpayments and how to stay HR compliant. This webinar will be most beneficial for nonprofits with 10 or more employees.  Watch on-demand at www.ChooseUST.org/webinars.

Other Workshops and Conferences

The following events are listed chronologically by when they occur. This list is updated frequently, so check back often!


 

The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University's School of Business In-person workshop
Various Trainings

Dates: Ongoing
Location:  1900 W. Olney Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19141
Cost: $20 - $159

Training topics include leadership, fundraising, grantwriting, social media optimization, effective governance, and financial management.  Check out their complete list of events for details.







Sobel & Co.
 In-person workshop
Young Professional Women's Roundtable

Date: Thursday, September 8, 2016 | 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Location: Sobel & Co. | 293 Eisenhower Parkway, Suite 290, Livingston, NJ 07039
Cost: Free

If you are a young professional woman, please join for our roundtable "What You Should Know About New Jersey's Nonprofits" presented by Linda Czipo, President & CEO of the Center for Non-Profits. Become educated about the various trends, needs, and opportunities regarding the nonprofit community in New Jersey. Learn how you can join a nonprofit with a mission that matches your passion.

Register





Sobel & Co.
Webinar In-person workshop
What Nonprofits Need to Know About Cybercrime and Information Security

Date: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 | 1:00 p.m. for lunch, 2:00 p.m. for webinar
Location: Your computer OR Sobel & Co. | 293 Eisenhower Parkway, Suite 290, Livingston, NJ 07039
Cost: Free

Presented by Jim Mottola, Director, Forensic Investigations/Litigation Services, Sobel & Co.

Register






Bergen Volunteer Center's BoardLink In-person workshop

The Six Principles of Successful Board/CEO Partnerships

Date: Wednesday, September 21, 2016 | 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: Suez | 200 Lake Shore Drive, NJ 07641
Cost: $49

Join the  Bergen Volunteer Center's BoardLink  for a half day workshop based on the book, The Nonprofit Secret: The Six Principles of Successful Board/CEO Partnerships ,  by author Jonathan Schick. Participants will learn why their nonprofit boards are often riddled with political and functional challenges that creep into the running of the organization, conflict with their operations and inhibit their effectiveness. 

Learn More. Register.





Support Center | Partnership in Philanthropy In-person workshop

Board Development and Interim Leadership: Partners in Change

Date: Tuesday, September 27, 2016 | 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location: 42 Broadway, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10004
Cost: $75

Led by Don Crocker, this workshop will explore the power dynamics that shift in the board and executive leadership role during a transition.

Register.






Seton Hall Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute In-person workshop

Board Leadership Workshop

Date: October 14 & 21, 2016 | 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location: Seton Hall University
Cost: $249 per person | Special discounted rates for multiple participants from the same company. Light breakfast and lunch included.

Explore development of effective nonprofit boards, roles and responsibilities or board members and enhance your knowledge of leading a nonprofit board. Listen to experts in the field, gain important knowledge to further your nonprofit's success and earn a certificate of completion for attending this two day workshop.

Topics include:

  • Board roles and Responsibilities
  • Advocacy budgeting oversight
  • Fundraising
  • Resource Development
  • Sustainability and Viability
  • Shared Leadership
  • Setting Strategic Direction

For more information or questions email nsri@shu.edu.  Call 973-761-9734 to pre-register.





New Jersey Department of State In-person workshop

New Jersey Governor's Conference on Volunteerism and Service

Date: October 21, 2016 | 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location: Hyatt Regency | 2 Albany St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Registration will open soon.





Support Center | Partnership in Philanthropy In-person workshop

Determining the Right Organizational Assessment - Let's Take a Little from Here and Here

Date: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 | 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location: 42 Broadway, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10004
Cost: $75

Please note, this workshop is only open to Support Center's Interim Leadership pool have completed the IED training.

A basic component of an interim engagement is the organization assessment completed during the first few weeks. It provides critical information to determine the scope and goals of the assignment. Participants will critically review the content of the organization assessment checklist from the IED’s training packet.

At the conclusion of this interactive workshop, you will have an assessment methodology adapted to your strengths and adaptable for the wide range of nonprofit organizations you may work in.

Register.







Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce In-person workshop

New Jersey Conference for Women

Date: Friday, October 28, 2016 | 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Location: 182 Nassau Street, Suite 301  Princeton, NJ 08542
Cost: $125

The NJ Conference for Women is the state's premiere networking and educational event for women, designed to engage, enlighten and empower attendees from across the state.

Features include:

  • Keynote presentations including nationally known speakers appearing in this region for the first time
  • 6 workshops
  • Rejuvenation Station
  • Giveaways
  • Breakfast & plated lunch
  • Dose of inspiration that will last you for weeks to come!

Learn More. Register.






Seton Hall Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute In-person workshop

Financial Management Workshop

Date: October 27 & November 4, 2016 | 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location: Seton Hall University
Cost: $249 per person | Special discounted rates for multiple participants from the same company. Light breakfast and lunch included.

Whether you are new to financial management in a nonprofit organization or you are a current manager that would like to increase and reinforce your knowledge on this topic, this workshop is for you. Listen to experts in the field, gain important knowledge to further your nonprofit's success and earn a certificate of completion for attending this two day workshop.

Topics include:

  • Budgeting
  • Interpreting financial statements
  • Endowments
  • The audit process
  • Financial Transparency
  • Incorporating Sound Policies
  • Developing Sustainability

For more information or questions email nsri@shu.edu.  Call 973-761-9734 to pre-register.




Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey: Advancing the Population Health Agenda In-person workshop

Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Location: Pines Manor | 2085 Lincoln Highway, Edison, NJ 08817
Cost: $55 - $105 (early bird and multiple attendee discounts)

Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey means creating changes that will surround kids and families in every community with opportunities to make healthy choices. The conference will focus on:

  • The linkage between health and health care;
  • How policy and environment changes can better support children, family and community life;
  • The connection between equity and opportunity; and
  • The impact of private and public decision-making on health.

The conference will also explore how New Jersey must balance the cost, benefits and effectiveness of treatment and prevention to improve the health of all residents.  Rutgers University is facilitating logistics for this program. Please feel free to contact them with any questions. (Senior Program Coordinator Dalynn Knigge, 848-932-7315, knigge@rutgers.edu; Administrative Assistant Bianca Scardina, 848-932-7316, scardina@rutgers.edu).

Learn More

 

 

 

 

Recorded Webinars

Prices vary, however, many webinars are available for free to Center members. If you are interested in purchasing or gaining access to an on-demand access to a webinar, please call 732-227-0800 or email us.

Webinar Subject
New Jersey Non-Profit Policy Update Public Policy
  Connect to Transit: Open the Door to Mobility Transportation
Non-Profits can be Known for their Brand too! Communications
Communications with a Mission Communications
Maximizing Your Efforts with Social Media Communications
The State of the NJ Non-Profit Community Operations/Public Policy
Be a Better Pocket Videographer: Using Your Smartphone to Tell Your Non-Profit's Story Communications
Engage Millennials & Drive Event Fundraising Volunteering/Fundraising
Cyber Liability and Cyber Security for Non-Profits Operations/Security
Spotlight on Non-Profit Property Tax Exemptions Public Policy/Taxes
5 Ways to Create Engaging Communications Communications
OMB Uniform Guidance: How Government Grants Reforms Can Benefit Your Organization Public Policy/Fundraising
New Jersey Non-Profit Policy Update Public Policy
Managing Volunteers' Accident And Liability Risks Operations/Volunteers
Building the Board of Your Dreams Governance
Non-Profit Space Exploration: Owning, Financing, Renting, or Sharing Operations/Facilities




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New Jersey Non-Profit Policy Update

Presenters: Linda M. Czipo, Executive Director, Center for Non-Profits and David L. Thompson, Vice President of Public Policy, National Council of Nonprofits
Cost: Free for Center members; $45 non-members

Learn the latest about key federal and state issues affecting non-profits, and what they mean to your organization. This hour-long webinar covered 2016 legislation, trends, and more. Get up to speed with on recent events including Governor Christie's recent executive order 209, the status of the charitable giving deduction, property tax exemptions, and other important state and federal updates.

This webinar took place on July 6, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.



 

Connect to Transit: Open the Door to Mobility

Presenters: Karen Alexander, Managing DirectorNJTIP @ Rutgers
                 Melody Bundy
, Program Manager/Travel InstructorNJTIP @ Rutgers
                 Louis A. Hoffman
, Program Manager/Travel InstructorNJTIP @ Rutgers
Cost:
Free for Center members; $20 non-members

Could improved access to transportation benefit your organization’s mission and community? Join this webinar to consider the challenges many New Jerseyans face. Staff members from NJTIP @ Rutgers will explore existing services and potential solutions.

The mission of NJTIP @ Rutgers is to increase the independence and self-sufficiency of people with disabilities, older adults - and others - by empowering them to use the public transit system safely and independently.

Participants will learn about:

  • Connecting your staff, clients and volunteers to transit options
  • Accessible features on NJ TRANSIT buses, trains and light rail vehicles
  • How people with disabilities and older adult riders can get reduced fares
  • Tools to plan trips—over the phone and online
  • Benefits of training through NJTIP @ Rutgers Additional transportation resources and local transit options
  • How your agency can be involved in Coordinated Human Service Transportation planning this year

This webinar took place on June 15, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.



 

Breaking Up with Your Landlord: A Non-Profit Guide to Navigating Your Rental Relationship

Presenters: Cheri Hennessy Durst, Director, Collaboration Core
                 Herbert Klein, III, Chairman, Collaboration Core
Cost:
Free for Center members; $20 non-members

How much is your office truly costing you? When is the last time you calculated your actual monthly expenses? Before you sign a new lease locking you into costly square-footage or before you resign to another year of working from home with distractions, join us on a FREE webinar to discover the many ways New Jersey non-profits are lowering costs and looking more attractive to donors. In addition to saving money and stress, “sharing can also help organizations expand their reach if the collaboration occurs between groups with complimentary mission objectives,” according to a recent discussion in Grantspace’s Knowledge Base, of the Foundation Center.

This webinar took place on June 1, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.



 

Non-Profits can be Known for their Brand too!

Presenter: Sally Glick, Principal & Chief Growth Strategist, Sobel & Co. LLC
Cost: Free for Center members; $20 non-members

The idea of becoming famous might seem daunting, especially to a smaller, local nonprofit, but the reality is you only need to become slightly famous – well-known and well-regarded in your own marketplace. Your organization’s “brand” carries your community image including your recognition and reputation. To own a powerful brand you need to follow a plan, even if your target audience is local. The more purposeful you are, the more likely you are to have success. It takes hard work and a consistent process, but it can be done. 

This webinar took place on May 18, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 


 

Communications with a Mission

Presenter: Jesse Park, Executive Vice President, Action Graphics
Cost: Free for Center members; $20 non-members

Discover the many benefits to a mission-driven approach when it comes to crafting organizational communications.  Learn actionable tips to begin redeveloping your existing messaging.

This webinar took place on April 20, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 


 

Maximizing Your Efforts with Social Media

Presenter: Kyle Ruffin, Founder & President, K Ruffin & Associates 
Cost: Free for Center members; $35 non-members

Are you looking to get more out of your social media efforts? Learn which social media tools are best for your organization. You’ll come away with time-saving tools that allow you to effectively and efficiently build a community that’s engaged in your mission. With the right analytics and a strategy for e-marketing integration, you can create messaging that will build your audience and enhance your overall marketing plan.

This webinar took place on April 6, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.



 

The State of the NJ Non-Profit Community

Presenter: Linda Czipo, Executive Director, Center for Non-Profits
Cost: Free for Center members; $20 non-members

Explore this briefing about the state of New Jersey’s non-profit community, featuring the results of its 2016 New Jersey Non-Profit Issues and Trends Survey. The survey tracks prior year funding and expenses, non-profits' outlook for the coming year and actions taken by non-profits to address trends.  Gain new insights about how non-profits are faring and the implications of these trends on the ability of organizations to provide needed programs and services.

This webinar took place on April 5, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 


 

Be a Better Pocket Videographer - Tips on Using Smartphone Video to Tell Your Non-Profit's Story

Presenter: Keith Harrington, Founder, Shoestring Videos
Cost: Free for Center members; $20 non-members

Keith wants non-profits to know they shouldn’t under estimate the power of their own smartphone combined with their passion for their mission to produce creative, effective video.  Join Keith and the Center as he provides technical advice like how to frame, zoom, use time-lapse, etc., and as he sheds light on the editing process including adding captions, voice-overs and other ways to make your video shine on your website, YouTube or b-roll for media requests.

This webinar took place on March 23, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 


 

Engage Millennials & Drive Event Fundraising

Presenter: Darian Rodriguez Heyman, Author, Nonprofit Fundraising 101
Cost: Free for Center members; $20 non-members

If you're planning an upcoming fundraiser and looking to expand your donor base to a younger audience, this program is not to be missed! Two recognized industry experts, Nonprofit Fundraising 101 author Darian Rodriguez Heyman and special guest KC Fox of Eventbrite share straight talk and helpful tools for posting and promoting your upcoming event, leveraging Facebook and Twitter, and taking advantage of free scheduling, analysis, and optimization tools to help you work smarter, not harder.

This webinar took place on March 9, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.



 

Cyber Liability and Cyber Security for Non-Profits

Presenter: June Noto, Vice President, IT, HR and Administrative Services, NJAMHAA
Cost: Free for Center members; $20 non-members

Is your organization safe from cyber risk? Does your liability coverage include cyber-theft and data breaches? Many non-profits don’t know that they are exposed to cyber risks every day and how that exposure poses a significant financial threat to their organization.

This webinar took place on February 17, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 


 

Spotlight on Non-Profit Property Tax Exemptions

Presenter: Jeffrey D. Gordon, Esq, Partner, Archer & Greiner, PC; Chair, Real Estate Tax Appeal Group
Cost: Free for Center members; $20 non-members

The issue of non-profit property tax exemptions has been receiving intense attention in the press and in policy making circles. Recent court cases involving Princeton University and Morristown Medical Center have given the issue added urgency, and elected officials in Trenton are working to enact revisions to the property tax statute. 

For the broader non-profit community, the potential implications of these and other court cases, as well as the legislation under development, could be significant.

In this one-hour webinar, you’ll learn about the latest developments in the property tax issue, as well as practical tips about how to make your organization less vulnerable to property tax challenges. 

This webinar took place on December 16, 2015. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 


 

5 Ways to Create Engaging Communications

Presenter: Jesse Park, Executive Vice President, Action Graphics
Cost: Free for Center members; $20 non-members

This workshop explored proven tactics to help organizations make a deeper impact and build strong relationships with both their constituents and potential/existing donors. If you are looking at simple, actionable ways to increase your fundraising or marketing/communications you will not want to miss this webinar. Great for anyone involved in development, communications, or marketing for their organization.

This webinar took place on July 14, 2015. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 



OMB Uniform Guidance: How New Government Grants Reforms Can Benefit Your Organization
Center Members ONLY - FREE (email the Center for recording)

Did you know that the federal government now mandates that nonprofits must be reimbursed for some or all of their indirect costs (e.g., lights, rent, administrative support, etc.) when performing services for governments at all levels – local, state, federal – when federal funds are being used (either directly or via state or local ‘pass through’ agencies)?

The Center for Non-Profits and the National Council of Nonprofits presented a webinar to provide the most recent information about these changes and how your organization can start taking advantage of them. 

The session featured National Council of Nonprofits' Policy Specialist Beth Bowsky and Vice President for Public Policy David L. Thompson, two of the nation's top experts and leading non-profit advocacy voices on the issue.

Topics discussed:

  • What the major changes in the OMB Uniform Guidance are that will affect your organization;
  • What your organization needs to do to take advantage of and comply with the new rules;
  • What you can do to ensure state and local governments implement the changes as OMB intended.

Center members, order this special insider's look at what the new OMB Uniform Guidance will mean for your organization's government contracting work, and how we can work together to build on the promise of the new guidance.

This webinar took place on May 5, 2015. Email us to gain access to the webinar.  


 


 

Managing Volunteers' Accident And Liability Risks

Presenter: William HenryExecutive Director, Volunteers Insurance Service Association 
Cost: FREE

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Accidents or charges of liability  involving volunteers not only cause physical harm, they also are distraction, can damage staff and volunteer morale, hurt the organization’s reputation, and increase insurance costs. Learn how to identify your own risks, and manage them in a way that will work even as staff and volunteers come and go.  

Learn how to: 

  • Recognize common risks arising out of volunteer involvement in a nonprofit organization;
  • Identify risk exposure specific to your own organization;
  • Develop practical ways to minimize your organization’s risk and respond when incidents occur;
  • Implement a risk management system that allows everyone in the organization to know what to do, and not have to improvise.

This webinar took place on Tuesday, May 6, 2014. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 




Building the Board of Your Dreams

Presenter: Yvette MurryPrincipal, YRM Consulting and Board member, Center for Non-Profits
Cost: Free for Center members; $20 non-members

Strategically 'building' the perfect board for your organization requires preparation and focus. Clarity in the identification and recruitment process, consistent standards for vetting candidates and effective orientation and training are critical to the process. Then, retaining the right board members leads to consistency and the benefit of accumulated knowledge and experience. Easier said than done, so join this Webinar to help you solidify your organization's board development.

This webinar took place on Thursday, January 9, 2014. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 


 

Non-Profit Space Exploration: Owning, Financing, Renting, or Sharing?

Presenter: Keith Timko, Director & CEO, Build With Purpose and Board member, Center for Non-Profits
Cost: Free for Center members; $20 non-members

This one-hour webinar explores creative facility options for non-profits, such as:

  • The benefits of owning versus renting
  • Renegotiating a lease
  • Sharing space with another nonprofit
  • Qualifying for financing and subsidies to buy a building or expand your facility
  • Strategies for facility decision making

This webinar took place on Tuesday, January 22, 2013. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 



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