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All Volunteer Organizations
All Hands On Board (PDF)
A manual for All Volunteer Organizations
Distilling you message (PDF)
Getting the word out (PDF)
Effective Strategic Planning (PDF)
Fundraising Readiness Checklist
Effective board governance is critical to ensuring that a non profit organizations delivers on its mission, manages it resources effectively, and maintains it reputation. This workshop will provide board members, and non profit staff/volunteers, with tools to help them become more effective, more engaged, understand increasing complexities of operations, and better interpret the commitment of supporting and serving a non profit organization and the community. For flyer... .Click Here.
Please invite your board members, staff and volunteers to attend this FREE workshop. The short version of the presentation was very well received by those that attended our Bristol Organizations meeting and the expanded version will cover all the important topics and issues facing boards, relationships and operations. Please RSVP to Gary McGeough at Email: email@example.com or Phone: 423-646-4982
By Kelly Eggers
You know the type. The people with obnoxious laughs, pushy pitches, and the ability to corner you at industry conferences and talk about themselves continuously for what seems like hours? The ones who clearly mean well, but their lack of etiquette can make you wish you hadn't even gone?
Here's a friendly suggestion: Don't be that person.
Networking is a critical part of any job hunt, yet it's probably the easiest thing to get wrong. Using living, breathing connections works better than blindly sending out resumes over the Internet, but for many, approaching people they don't know for help finding or getting a job is uncomfortable and nerve wracking.
Knowing a few etiquette guidelines can help you keep your conduct aboveboard, and perhaps ease a few fears about putting yourself in front of the well-connected. To read more........... Click Here.
An employee googled our nonprofit's name and came across a coworker's blog. The blog contains some outrageous material, including some unflattering comments about working at our organization. What can our nonprofit do? To read more on this subject........ Click Here.
By Megan C. Spratt
There is no denying that social media’s importance to organizations, including nonprofit organizations and associations, is growing exponentially. Blogs, Listservs, YouTube.com, and social networks like Twitter and Facebook offer nonprofits a range of benefits, enabling them to market themselves in new ways, disseminate their messages and missions, educate users, connect with other nonprofits, recruit volunteers, solicit donations, and increase audience interaction. These benefits, however, come with certain risks.
In this two-part article, we touch upon some of the common legal issues associated with nonprofit organizations’ and associations’ use of social media and provide guidance on how to avoid them.
To read more on this subject............ Click Here.
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