Thursday, April 23, 2015

Jane Jordan to Present Our Fundraising Workshop May 1st!

Fundraising is a huge concern for nonprofits. As a prospective donor, how would YOU like to be cultivated and solicited for a gift? What is most important to YOU in that process? In this workshop, learn about the “rights” of a successful solicitation, the steps leading to the “ask” and why we get NO for an answer.

About the Speaker:
Jane Jordan, founding principal of PartnersWithNonprofits.Org, has extensive experience in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, providing her with a unique perspective on the process of asking for and receiving charitable contributions. Jane has been providing fund development, capital campaign, board and organization development, strategic planning and executive search consulting services to nonprofit organizations for 22 years. Before establishing PartnersWithNonprofits.Org, Jane was Vice President of Baptist Medical Center Foundation in Jacksonville.  Prior to that, she served as Vice President, Community Affairs for Barnett Bank of Jacksonville (now Bank of America), over a ten-year period developing the bank’s charitable giving and community outreach programs.

Cost

$40.00 

Registration

Pre-registration is required 

Dates/Locations.

  • May 1st, 2015 - 09:00 am to 12:00 pm
    UNF Herbert University Center
    Bldg. 43
    12000 Alumni Dr.
    Jacksonville, FL 32224
    Call 904-620-2476 or go here:

Monday, April 20, 2015

Great Nonprofit Fundraising Workshop Coming May 1st!

Nonprofit Fundraising: Preparing For & Making the Ask

How often have you heard a board or staff member say, “I’ll do ANYTHNG but ask for money!”? How often have you felt that way yourself? Last year, more than $335 billion was contributed in the U.S., 72 % of that by individuals. Somebody is asking, and it could be you. This workshop will walk you through the steps you must take to be successful in securing gifts from prospective donors of all types. It will give you the knowledge to help others in your organization do the same thing.

Presented by:
Jane Jordan, founding principal of PartnersWithNonprofits.Org, has extensive experience in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, providing her with a unique perspective on the process of asking for and receiving charitable contributions.

Cost

$40.00

Registration

Pre-registration is required

Dates/Locations.

  • May 1st, 2015 - 09:00 am to 12:00 pm
    UNF Herbert University Center
    Bldg. 43
    12000 Alumni Dr.
    Jacksonville, FL 32224
    Call 904-620-2476 or go here:

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Special Nonprofit Session on Social Media Tomorrow!



NetworkED 2015 Kickoff Event at 12 Noon on February 13th

Topic: Social Media That Works for Your Organization
Presented by Bridget L. Van Landingham, Business Solutions Unlimited

2015 Historic Springfield Community Learning Center

1601 N Main St., 2nd Floor 
--Inside Wells Fargo bank --


Register for this event online $15

or

Register Here Special rate of $100 for the whole year ---$10 per class!

 

Thank you and we hope to see you there!

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Nonprofit Videos From the IRS

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The IRS has come out with a new series of instructional videos that make it easier to understand the process of applying for 501(C)3 status. The overview course provides valuable information presented bu Leagle the Eagle. The coursework takes you through starting a nonprofit, applying for exemption, required filings, ongoing compliance and significant events.
Check it out here.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Volunteer Resource Management to be Presented at UNF Nonprofit Conference on Sept. 19

Many nonprofits depend on volunteers to fulfill their mission. But effectively recruiting and managing them can be challenging.  At the 4th Annual Nonprofit Conference on September 19, the following breakout session will be presented to help attendees better learn strategies to utilize their volunteers to the fullest.

About the Workshop:
Volunteer Resource Management is an art and a science.  Think "Human Resource Management," only without the associated paycheck and other HR benefits.  How do you motivate people to work for no pay?  How do you craft jobs so they fit the person and forward your organization's mission and goals?  How do you keep your volunteers coming back?  In our short time together, we'll explore a few of the principles and practices that can help you take advantage of the amazing resource that we in nonprofit organizations are privileged to be able to mobilize-the volunteer labor force.   About the Speakers:


 Dr. Judith Smith has been president and CEO of HandsOn Jacksonville, Inc. since 1995 when she retired from active military service in the United States Navy.  She received her BS in Secondary Education from the University of Wisconsin, her MS in Education Leadership from the University of West Florida, and her Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership from the University of Phoenix.  Dr. Smith is the author of two chapters of The Volunteer Management Handbook: Leadership Strategies for Success.  Under Dr. Smith’s leadership, HandsOn Jacksonville has received the HandsOn Network’s Affiliate Leadership Award and the Romney Excellence Award, and was recognized three times, by the Jacksonville Business Journal as one of The Best Places to Work in Northeast Florida, most recently in 2012.  Dr. Smith has been honored by the Jacksonville Business Journal as one of Northeast Florida’s Women of Influence and by Advantage Magazine as one of the 50 Business Influencers in Northeast Florida.  


 Dr. Tracy D. Connors has published eight nonprofit management handbooks – including the Volunteer Management Handbook and the Nonprofit Management Handbook.  With over 40 year’s total experience he has served in numerous executive/board positions for charitable organizations, including: arts and cultural organizations, social service organizations, and civic organizations.  Dr. Connors served in the U.S. Navy over the course of 32 years through active/inactive duty on ships, numerous senior flag staffs, and tours of duty on the staff of the Secretary of the Navy and the Chief of Naval Operations. Tracy D. Connors attended Jacksonville University, University of Florida (BA), the University of Rhode Island (MA), and Capella University (Ph.D. with Distinction, human services management, 2013).  Jacksonville University named Connors a "Distinguished Dolphin" in 2010. 

Event Details:When: 9/19/2014 - 8:00 am to 1:30 pmWhere: UNF Herbert University Center at 12000 Alumni Drive - Jacksonville, 32224Fees: $75.....1st person of organization (Through Sept. 12th) $35......per extra person of organization $100....at the door / after Sept. 12th

Click here to register.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Jane Jordan to present fundraising class at Sept. 19 conference

The 4th Annual Nonprofit Conference is in just a few weeks on Sept. 19 at the UNF Herbert University Center. A great slate of speakers and experts will be on hand to help the over 120 attendees learn more about the nonprofit sector. What are we offering on the subject of fundraising? Well, read below for a breakout description and speaker bio. We hope you will join us!

Fundraising is a huge concern for nonprofits. As a prospective donor, how would YOU like to be cultivated and solicited for a gift? What is most important to YOU in that process? In this workshop, learn about the “rights” of a successful solicitation, the steps leading to the “ask” and why we get NO for an answer.

About the Speaker:
Jane Jordan, founding principal of PartnersWithNonprofits.Org, has extensive experience in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, providing her with a unique perspective on the process of asking for and receiving charitable contributions. Jane has been providing fund development, capital campaign, board and organization development, strategic planning and executive search consulting services to nonprofit organizations for 22 years. Before establishing PartnersWithNonprofits.Org, Jane was Vice President of Baptist Medical Center Foundation in Jacksonville.  Prior to that, she served as Vice President, Community Affairs for Barnett Bank of Jacksonville (now Bank of America), over a ten-year period developing the bank’s charitable giving and community outreach programs.


Event Details:When: 9/19/2014 - 8:00 am to 1:30 pmWhere: UNF Herbert University Center at 12000 Alumni Drive - Jacksonville, 32224Fees:$75.....1st person of organization (Through Sept. 12th)$35......per extra person of organization$100....at the door / after Sept. 12th

Click here to register.

Monday, August 25, 2014

Dr.Georgette Dumont to present "Strategic Decision Making for a Sustainable Nonprofit" at conference on Sept. 19

The 4th Annual Nonprofit Conference on September 19 will feature nonprofit experts who will share their years of research, experience and knowledge. One of those experts is Dr. Georgette Dumont who will present Strategic Decision Making for a Sustainable Nonprofit. See below for more information about the breakout session and Dr. Dumont.

This presentation will include the role of the board and top leadership in relation to the internal operations of the organization as well as its external environment.  Once the broad overview is done, attendees will drill down into assessing an organization’s sustainability by using the Matrix Map designed by Bell, Masaoka, and Zimmerman (2010) in Nonprofit Sustainability
The Matrix Map is a tool for nonprofit leaders to assess each activity and program of a nonprofit.  Since all nonprofits are businesses, this map uses a business model to understand all the business lines (fundraising to programs).  The activities and programs are mapped out based on their profitability and mission impact.  Once completed, the leaders are in possession of key information for making strategic decisions on how to adjust the nonprofit’s business model.  

About the Speaker
 
Dr. Georgette Dumont currently teaches at University of North Florida in their Political Science and Public Administration Department.   She specializes in public and nonprofit management, and is continually engaged in research on nonprofit accountability and how nonprofits utilize intent technologies.  

Event Details:When: 9/19/2014 - 8:00 am to 1:30 pmWhere: UNF Herbert University Center at 12000 Alumni Drive - Jacksonville, 32224Fees:$75.....1st person of organization (Through Sept. 12th)$35......per extra person of organization$100....at the door / after Sept. 12th

Click here to register.