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.




 2016 Conferece Register Now
 
Don't miss the
"must-attend" conference for
New Jersey Non-Profits!
  • Highlighting the power and positive impact of New Jersey non-profits
  • Cutting-edge plenary discussions
  • Valuable breakout sessions covering philanthropy, advocacy, leadership, non-profit trends, technology
  • Insight and creativity sharing among diverse leaders and champions of non-profits
  • Ideas to energize and inspire
  • Networking, Networking, Networking!


2015 Non-Profit Conference photos and highlights




Unemployment Services Trust logo

UST is a Center for Nonprofit Preferred Vendor

Unemployment & HR Liability Control 101 Webinar

Who: Nonprofit Executives, Directors, and HR Staff with 10+ employees'
Date: Wednesday December 14, 2016 1:30 p.m- 2:00 p.m.
Location: Your computer
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.

Register for UST’s 30-minute webinar to find which unemployment and HR risks are the most prevalent in the nonprofit sector, and how you can readily identify them. A dedicated partner of the Center for Non-Profits since 1990, UST will also provide their top recommendations for combating such costly issues—insight that could potentially save your nonprofit thousands of dollars in the long-run.

Register today to learn more 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

Register




Browse our recorded webinars for additional training and information.

Center Partner Events:

Partners Events
   UST Unemployment & HR Liability Control 101 - FREE




Unemployment Services Trust logo

UST is a Center for Nonprofit Preferred Vendor

Unemployment & HR Liability Control 101 Webinar

Who: Nonprofit Executives, Directors, and HR Staff with 10+ employees'
Date: Wednesday December 14, 2016 1:30 p.m- 2:00 p.m.
Location: Your computer
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.

Register for UST’s 30-minute webinar to find which unemployment and HR risks are the most prevalent in the nonprofit sector, and how you can readily identify them. A dedicated partner of the Center for Non-Profits since 1990, UST will also provide their top recommendations for combating such costly issues—insight that could potentially save your nonprofit thousands of dollars in the long-run.

Register today to learn more 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

Register

 

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! Make sure to also check out the ongoing non-profit opportunities, along with available college and certificate programs.






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).

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Women In Development Of Mercer County In-person workshop

The Female Donor: The New Power Behind Philanthropy

Date: Thursday, December 1, 2016 | 8:15 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Location: Green Acres Country Club | 2170 Lawrence Road, Lawrence Township, NJ 08648
Cost: $25 - $35

What is the changing role of women in our nonprofits? Traditionally, women served as hands-on volunteers and event organizers.  Today, with an increased wealth among women professionals, we see a recent surge in the commitment of women philanthropists to use their giving power to forge their vision for social change.

When our Women in Development program committee first started discussing this topic, they found themselves asking endless questions.  As female development professionals, what is our relationship with our female donors?  Do we connect with them differently? Do we have lower expectations of their giving capacity than our male donors? How is our messaging and stewardship different with women donors? Or is it? 

You are invited you to submit your questions on this subject.  After you have registered for the program, please send an email to widmercer@gmail.com with your questions.  Your input will help shape a more meaningful panel discussion.

Register

 







Support Center | Partnership in Philanthropy In-person workshop

Performance Reviews

Date: Friday, December 2, 2016 | 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location: 42 Broadway, 20th Floor, New York, NJ 10004
Cost: $90 - $215

Mark Twain seems to have captured the sentiment of most supervisors when he said, “Like porcupines in love, most evaluations are a pain for both parties.”  This workshop is designed to take the pain out of the process. 

Register





Support Center | Partnership in Philanthropy In-person workshop

Diversifying Fundraising Streams for Your Organization

Date: Monday, December 5, 2016 | 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location: 42 Broadway, 20th Floor, New York, NJ 10004
Cost: $70 - $175

The healthiest, most sustainable nonprofits are those with multiple funding sources to support their work. This workshop explores what it takes to expand and sustain a blend of support from individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies. Learn about the infrastructure you’ll need for success in each of these areas, as well as the roles of staff, board, technology, and communication materials. This session will address a variety of fundraising techniques, including direct marketing, online fundraising, social media, and special events.

Participants will have an opportunity to discuss their current development efforts with colleagues and fundraising experts, and will discover strategies for expanding their development efforts in viable ways, with a list of resources for the future. 

Register



Art of Thriving  In-person workshop

Getting Inside the Minds of Millennials: Sponsored by Investors Bank

Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2016 | 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: Pines Manor | 2085 Lincoln Highway, Edison, NJ 08817

Investors Bank wants your organization to thrive, but we know that isn't always an easy task in today's competitive environment. We've assembled a panel of industry experts designed to help you learn how your not-for-profit can be prepared for and embrase the new paradigm created by the Millenial generation.

Register




Sobel & Co. In-person workshop

Why Cause Marketing Works and How it Can Work for a Nonprofit and a For-Profit Business

Date: Monday, December 14, 2017 | 1:00 p.m. or attend remotely from 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Sobel & Co. | 293 Eisenhower Parkway, Suite 290, Livingston, NJ 07039  
Cost: Free

  •  Understanding what Cause Marketing is
  • Identifying a good cause marketing partner
  • Focusing on five major points when planning your cause marketing campaign
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of your campaign
  • Gaining insight into examples of Best in Class campaigns

Register




Sobel & Co. In-person workshop

Making Sure You Have a High Performing Board

Date: Wednesday, January 18, 2017 | 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Location: Sobel & Co. | 293 Eisenhower Parkway, Suite 290, Livingston, NJ 07039  
Cost: Free

 Our panel of experts will offer insights from their practical experience on how to identify, recruit, train and retain the 'best and brightest' for your organization's board. Learn how to encourage, motivate and reinforce the passion of your most enthusiastic volunteers.

Our key note speaker is Alan Sobel, Managing Memeber of Sobel & Co., who will share his own experiences in engaging board members in a strategic manner.

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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.

Recorded webinars are listed in reverse chronological order.

Webinar Subject
  Federal Overtime Regulations: It’s Not Just About The Salary HR/Management
  Boost Your Capacity with "Encore" Talent Volunteers
  Non-Profit Board Recruitment 101 Volunteers
Fundamentals of Non-profit Finance Finance
Volunteer Management: Recruit, Retain, Recognize Volunteers
Meet the Center! Center Overview
New Jersey Non-Profit Policy Update Public Policy
Connect to Transit: Open the Door to Mobility Transportation
Breaking Up with Your Landlord: A Non-Profit Guide to Navigating Your Rental Relationship Operations/Facilities
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 Volunteers/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



 


Federal Overtime Regulations: It’s Not Just About The Salary

Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2016 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Your computer
Cost: Free for Center or other state association members; $35 for nonmembers
Presenter: Maxine Neuhauser, Esq., Epstein Becker Green

By now, most employers know that the US Department of Labor (DOL) has adopted new overtime regulations that, effective December 1, 2016, will raise the salary thresholds and will make mandatory overtime requirements applicable to most employees earning less than $47,500/year, including employees of non-profit organizations.

But the new salary thresholds aren’t the only thing employers need to pay attention to. Another crucial part of the regulations is one that hasn’t changed: not only must an employee’s salary exceed the specified threshold, but their duties must meet the “white collar exemption” duties tests for administrative, executive, professional, or other applicable employees. If the duties tests and other key employee classifications are overlooked or misapplied, employers are at risk for significant penalties if they are found to be in violation of the law.

Don’t miss this important one-hour webinar covering the new DOL rules with a special focus on non-profits and the duties tests. [NOTE: Although a federal court ruling issued on November 22, 2016, has suspended the new salary thresholds at least temporarily, the duties tests under US Department of Regulations - the primary focus of this webinar - are unchanged and still in force.]

This webinar took place on November 9, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar. This webinar recording is available to Center members only. Not a member? Join today!


Boost Your Capacity with "Encore" Talent

Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2016 | 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Location: Your computer
Cost: Free, registration required
Presenter: Betsy Werley, Encore.org | Laura Traynor, ReServe NYC | Janet Shaw, Encore Fellowships Network

Nonprofit leaders have long wish lists, and are always looking for creative ways to add resources. Experienced adults - with skills, time and passion for your mission - are a growing talent pool often overlooked by nonprofits. How do you engage people with decades of work experience.…and where do you find them? 

This webinar will introduce Encore Talent Works, a new interactive toolkit that helps nonprofits of all sizes benefit from experienced, "encore" talent. It offers insights, resources and success stories to organizations at every stage, from “who are these people” to “what roles make sense” to “how do I recruit encore talent?” You’ll also learn what works from two multi-state programs with extensive experience connecting nonprofits and qualified older adults: the Encore Fellowships Network and ReServe. 

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


 

Non-Profit Board Recruitment 101

Presenters: Amy Klein, Executive Director, VolunteerConnect
Cost:
Free for Center members; $35 non-members

Learn best practices for recruitment and engagement of board members for your organization’s success. We’ll discuss board structures and expectations, how to attract the right people to your mission, specific methods to find potential board members and more. Amy Klein, expert in board training and matching, will provide tips, tools and resources for all non-profits whether you’re in the process of forming, or have been in existence for many years.

This webinar took place on September 28, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 

 


 

Fundamentals of Non-profit Finance

Presenters: Kyle A. Neeld, CPA, CGMA, Managing Director, Mercadien
                 Lovepreet Buttar
, CPA, MBA, CGMA, Manager, Mercadien
Cost:
Free for Center members; $35 non-members

Would you like to better understand your organization’s financial operations and requirements?  If so, join us for this webinar on nonprofit finance basics and related best practices, where Kyle A. Neeld and Lovepreet Buttar from Mercadien’s Nonprofit and Human Services Group, will cover the essentials of nonprofit financial statements, Form 990, budgeting, and the roles of accountants and auditors.

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

 


 

Volunteer Management: Recruit, Retain, Recognize

Presenters: Gil Gordon, happy and busy retiree, formerly of Gil Gordon Associates
Cost:
Free for Center members; $35 non-members

According to human resources expert Gil Gordon, when it comes to creating a volunteer program, "you aren’t just looking for help - you’re representing your non-profit. Be realistic and you'll recruit for success. The vitality of your organization depends on that volunteer coming in feeling welcomed and valued." Join us on this live webinar as Gil shares how to best utilize the volunteers you have and to attract the volunteers you want. He'll walk us through the Three R's of Volunteer Management - Recruit, Retain and Recognize. Thank you Gil Gordon for volunteering to present this webinar and thank you Center member VolunteerConnect for making the introduction.

This webinar took place on August 3, 2016. Email us to gain access to the webinar.

 


 

Center for Non-Profits: Meet the Center!

Presenters: Center Staff
Cost:
Free

Learn about the benefits and services available with your Center membership! Center staff will provide an overview of Center initiatives, member benefits, and the best way to get involved!

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




Capitol NJ Statehouse  

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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