One hour consultations with FIRM faculty Justin Pollack for nonprofits that have attended FIRM.
For more information, contact Lesley (email@example.com).
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.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tuesday, December 19th, 8:45 – 11 a.m.
at the Jewish Council for the Aging Training Room (12320 Parklawn Drive, Rockville)
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.
Our expert 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.
Join your colleagues for what’s sure to be an informative session.
Tuesday, January 23, 2018 from 12-1:30pm
Jewish Council for the Aging: 12320 Parklawn Dr, Rockville, MD 20852
**Lunch will be provided by Harmoniee CRM Solutions.
FIRM for Program Directors is a day-long workshop that introduces program directors to important financial concepts, such as understanding how a budget is created and understanding indirect costs.
It prepares program directors to make informed contributions to the nonprofit budgeting process and provides future leaders with a basic understanding of nonprofit accountability and sustainability.
February 1, 2018 from 8:30 to 5pm
The Universities at Shady Grove
For more information, please contact Lesley (email@example.com).