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County Executive FY19 Budget Forums

December 13th, 2017|MoCo Government News|

Nonprofit leaders and staff, board members, and volunteers are strongly encouraged to attend these public forums on the county’s operating budget to share insight into community needs, and to hear the County Executive’s priorities.

The County Executive will release his Recommended Operating Budget on March 15, 2017 for the fiscal year that begins July 1, 2018.

The meetings, which all begin at 7pm are on:

Last Chance to Register! Matrix Map: Mix & Mingle

December 13th, 2017|Uncategorized|

This session introduces the Matrix Map – a helpful tool for assessing both the financial and mission impact of programs. The Matrix Map looks at your program mix and helps you think about how programs contribute (or don’t contribute) to the long term sustainability of an organization.

Join us to connect with colleagues over holiday treats, and to engage in year-end reflection about programs and sustainability. This session builds on content covered in the FIRM and MORE programs, but is open to all nonprofits.

Tuesday, December 19, 8:45 – 11am
Jewish Council for the Aging Training Room (12320 Parklawn Drive, Rockville)
Click here to RSVP.

FY19 Superintendent’s Operating Budget Presentation to the Community

December 12th, 2017|Events|

Please join Superintendent Jack R. Smith Ph.D. as he shares his vision for MCPS and his recommendations for the FY 2019 Recommended Operating Budget.

Tuesday, December 19, 2017
7:00 p.m.

Rockville High School
2100 Baltimore Rd. Rockville, MD 20851 Auditorium

RSVP here.

New Grant Opportunity: Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood

December 12th, 2017|Grants & Funding|

The Caplan Foundation supports programs that research best child rearing practices and identify models that can provide creative, caring environments to ensure all children thrive. The Foundation provides funding in the following areas: Early Childhood Welfare, Early Childhood Education and Play, Parenting Education. The Foundation employs a two-step grant application process that includes the submission of both a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) and a Full Proposal..The next deadline for submitting a LOI is January 31, 2018.

New Job Opportunities

December 12th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Manna Food Center: Community Education Program Manager
Identity, Inc.: Director of Policy, Advocacy, and Community Engagement
A Wider Circle:  Director of Community Outreach and Workforce Development Coordinator
The Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health: Human Resources Manager (part-time)
Parent Encouragement Program (PEP): Spanish Speaking Presenter
Primary Care Coalition: Manager of Grants and Fund Development
Jewish Foundation for Group Homes: Jewish Living Coordinator
The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission: Public Affairs and Marketing Manager

Members – don’t forget to share your news and job listings with us!
Email connect@nonprofitmoco.org to share your latest news, events, and job opportunities.

A New Collaborative Disaster Response Effort Montgomery County Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD)

December 12th, 2017|MoCo Government News, Nonprofit Resources|

The Montgomery County COAD is a collaborative effort of community stakeholders whose goal will be to organize and deploy community resources in an efficient and timely manner during each phase of a disaster.

An essential piece of forming a COAD is to ensure that all traditional and nontraditional disaster response agencies and organizations are invited to the table. Any organization that provides assistance during a disaster or would like to provide assistance is invited to join COAD.This includes any agency, business, non-profit, civic group, faith based organization, and any other community organization that may provide assistance to the community during a disaster. If your organization is interested, please reach out to Joseph Corona, at for more information.

Lunch & Learn: Salesforce for Nonprofits

December 12th, 2017|Events, Member News, Training Opportunities|

This workshop teaches you about Salesforce: an-easy-to-use customer relationship management (CRM) application, designed to make the daily life of nonprofits a little easier. If you are frustrated using spreadsheets or a Salesforce user needing to brush up on their skills, this session is for you!

The platform can help solve your data challenges and help advance your mission by managing your: contacts interactions, donation payments, grants in the pipeline, volunteers, and reports.

About the presenter: Alex Scott is the founder and CEO of Harmoniee CRM Solutions, a team of experts focused on helping nonprofits succeed by creating powerful, yet easy-to-use solutions built on the Salesforce CRM platform. Alex has over 10 years experience in implementing IT projects as both project manager and developer.

*Lunch will be provided by Harmoniee CRM Solutions

Tuesday, January 23 from noon to 1:30pm
JCA/The Nonprofit Village (12320 Parklawn Drive, Rockville)
RSVP today!

D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center’s Free Webinar on Onboarding New Employees

December 11th, 2017|Uncategorized|

D.C. Bar Pro Bono is hosting a webinar on legal issues such as: making sure employees are eligible to work in the US by completing the Form I-9 and making sure your nonprofit is complying with the requirements of the D.C. Wage Theft Prevention Act. They will also review the rules that govern when a new employee must be allowed to participate in the employer’s benefit plans. The free webinar is on December 13 from 1:30-2:30pm. Click here to register.

Interesting Reads

December 11th, 2017|Uncategorized|

The Key to Unlocking U.S. GDP Growth: Women (S&P Global)

The Financial Health of Philadelphia-Area Nonprofits (The Nonprofit Quarterly, November 9)

Are We Living in a Golden Age of Charitable Giving? Hardly (Inside Philanthropy, November 30)

How To Stay Healthy When You’re Stressed At Work (Fast Company, December 3)

How The Tax Rewrite Could Impact Charitable Giving (NPR, December 3)

A Call to Inaction: Nonprofits, Give Your Staff a Break (Nonprofit AF, December 4)

Start Your Engines: How Immigration Communicators Can Fine-Tune Their Strategy (The Nonprofit Quarterly, December 5)

FIRM for Program Directors – Registration Now Open

December 11th, 2017|Events, Member News, Training Opportunities|

FIRM for Program Directors (February 1, 2018) is a day-long workshop that provides program directors and department leaders with a deeper understanding of the financial processes, planning, and decision making that support strong program and organizational sustainability. Participants will learn about program level financial modeling, strategic budgeting, and financial reporting to build confidence and competence in making decisions that balance assets and outcomes (aka money and mission) for individual programs and the organization at large.

This session prepares program directors to make informed contributions to the nonprofit budgeting process and provides future leaders with a framework for thinking about nonprofit accountability and sustainability. Nonprofits are encouraged to send a team of program directors to be trained together.

February 1, 2018 from 8:30 to 5pm
The Universities at Shady Grove

REGISTER HERE

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