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Don’t Forget to Renew Your Nonprofit Montgomery Membership

June 24th, 2017|Member News, Uncategorized|

June 30 marks the end of the fiscal year for many nonprofit organizations. Here’s three things to take care of at year-end:           

  1. Get finances in order for your 990 filing. The November deadline will be here before you know it!
  2. Document your organization’s accomplishments for your annual report.
  3. Renew your Nonprofit Montgomery membership.            

It only takes a minute to renew your membership in our nonprofit alliance that works year-round to strengthen the nonprofit sector here in Montgomery County. Membership matters, as we are only as strong as our alliance. Renew now to receive a $25 discount on membership.

New Job Opportunities

June 24th, 2017|Job Opportunities|

Interfaith Works: Development and Communications Manager
The George B. Thomas Sr. Learning Academy, Inc.: Development Director
Montgomery County Collaboration Council for Children, Youth and Families: Project Director

FIRM: Only 3 Spots Left!

June 22nd, 2017|Events, Member News, Training Opportunities|

Only 3 spots left! FIRM is for members of nonprofit organizations serving residents of Montgomery County. This 2-day intensive workshop with follow-on tutorials and personal support provides the strategic framework and practical tools needed to strengthen your organization’s financial leadership and management. The cost is just $25 for Nonprofit Montgomery members.

Summer session begins July 17 & 18. Registration is now open to all. This is the last FIRM session offered in 2017—so be sure to reserve a space for your organization!     

Increased Security at County Council Building

June 22nd, 2017|MoCo Government News|

Beginning on next month, the County Council building at 100 Maryland Ave. must enter through two entrances with security screening. Click here for the details.

Free Lunch for Children During Summer Break

June 21st, 2017|MoCo Government News, Uncategorized|

MCPS will be providing free meals for children during summer break. Click here for the locations and schedule. Also summer programs may qualify for summer meals if the program is located in a school or at a location close to a school where 50% of the students enrolled are eligible for free or reduced price meals. For more information, contact the Division of Food & Nutrition Services at 301-284-4900.

County Grants Forum

June 21st, 2017|Advocacy, Events|

Joan Schaffer, Council Grants Manager and Jed Millard, Management & Budget Specialist at Montgomery County Office of Management and Budget want to hear your candid feedback on the County Executive and County Council Grants Process.

When: August 1, 2 to 4pm
Where: Jewish Social Service Agency, 200 Wood Hill Rd., Rockville
RSVP here.

FIRM Tutorial: Dashboards

June 20th, 2017|Events|

Our final tutorial will be on June 28. If you took FIRM this spring or you need a refresher on dashboards, don’t forget to attend this tutorial. The Dashboard tutorial provides you with a chance develop a dashboarding strategy for you organization and includes steps for identifying your organization’s key indicators, exploring the types of reporting options to use, and an introduction to how Excel can be used to streamline the reporting process.

When: June 28, 9-11am   
Where: The Nonprofit Village/JCA, 12320 Parklawn Dr, Rockville
RSVP here.

New Montgomery Moving Forward Communique

June 20th, 2017|Montgomery Moving Forward|

In this issue: 

Early Care and Education Discovery Day
Highlights & Insights from MMF’s Second Learning Gathering
Leadership Group Updates
How You Can Help Move Montgomery Forward
Recommended Resources
Upcoming Events

To sign up for MMF emails, click here.

New Interfaith Works Clothing Center

June 19th, 2017|Uncategorized|

The new Interfaith Works Clothing Center at 751 Twinbrook Parkway, Rockville has opened its doors. Each year, more than 13,000 Montgomery County residents in need come to the IW Clothing Center to shop for free.

With the opening of the new facility, families also will gain access to services that will help them lift themselves out of poverty, including a computer lab, English classes, vocational counseling and referral services to address other family needs.

The center hours for customers are Tuesday through Friday, 9:30am – 12pm and 1pm – 3:30pm, and Saturdays from 9:30am – 1:30pm. Wednesdays are designated as a shopping day for disabled and senior citizen customers only. For more information, call 301-424-3796.

Build Your Strength – Join/Renew Your Nonprofit Montgomery Membership Today

June 19th, 2017|Member News|

Become a member and work with Nonprofit Montgomery to inform, promote, connect, and strengthen the community of nonprofits serving Montgomery County. Join us and work together to address cross sector issues, develop your own leadership skills and ensure your organization has a voice at the table. Become a sector-leader and make a difference in Montgomery County. We are only as strong as our membership.

If you have any questions or would like an invoice, please contact Lesley. Join or renew by July 31 and save $25 on your membership dues.

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