Community Bulletin Board


Everyone is Welcome to attend the 9-16-14 Community Council's Study Committee


Do you love the outdoors? Do you want to learn about outdoor recreational opportunities in the region? 

Join Community Council’s Study Committee on Tuesday, September 16th from 11:45 am to 1:15 pm at the YWCA, 213 S 1st Ave., Walla Walla. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend!

The Committee, chaired by Adam Kirtley, will study, “How can we promote, enhance and develop outdoor recreational opportunities and accessibility to improve the region’s economic vitality and quality of life?” According to the USDA, in order to sustain the benefits of outdoor recreation for present and future generations, the recreation program must address and work toward a sustainable balance among the three spheres of environmental, social, and economic conditions.
Please join us!

For more information email ccstudy@wwcommunitycouncil.org   or call 509-529-0119  

9-16-14 Engaging Volunteers (online)


9/16/14 Engaging Volunteers (Online) With Nichola "Nikki" Russell
In partnership with 501 Commons, Volunteer Centers of Washington

In this first session of the three part series, we will focus on the importance of an organizational needs assessment before designing job description and targeted recruitment. Participants will learn the purpose and steps for developing a targeted recruitment strategy as a means to promote the benefits and features of volunteer positions.

9-19-14 Storytelling for Action: Talking with Policymakers (online)


9/19: Storytelling for Action: Talking with Policymakers (101) (Online)
With Marty Arellano & Lara Sims

In partnership with Community Action Partnerships/ Statewide Poverty Action Network
Nonprofits move forward a mission within a context of a bigger cause, a broader policy environment, and a deeper set of individuals who could help if the right relationships were in place.  Legislators, their staff, and other people of influence  have the potential to unlock funding or guide policy if they were to better understand the stories of nonprofits and the people with whom those organizations work.  
FREE

9-23-14 Using Skilled Voluntters (Online)


9/23: Using Skilled Volunteers (Online) With Nancy Long
In partnership with 501 Commons, Volunteer Centers of Washington
Using volunteers in skills-based roles can provide enormous benefits. Skilled volunteers can offer insight and expertise and add to our capacity to tackle challenges staff does not have the time to take on. But the tools and approaches we use for program volunteers will not work for skills-based roles. Join us for an interactive and informative session on how to effectively engage skilled volunteers. Participants will learn how to recruit, screen, and match volunteers into skills-based volunteer opportunities.
 

9-26-14 Finance Unlocked for Nonprofits (Everett)


9/26/14: Introduction to Finance Unlocked for Nonprofits (Everett)
With Nancy Bacon, Washington NonProfits Learning Manager
 
What happens when you bring a storyteller and nonprofit accountant together to address financial literacy for nonprofit board members? Finance Unlocked for Nonprofits (FUN) represents a departure from existing board trainings. It expands what board members know and can do related nonprofit finance through BINGO cards, video shorts featuring a Jet City Improv actor, and supporting informational kits. Join us as we share FUN resources and talk about how to use them within your organization.
In partnership with: Greater Everett Community Foundation



9-30-14 Online classes Recognizing Volunteers AND Intro to Debt & Financing for NonProfits


9-30-14 Recognizing Volunteers (Online) With Michelle Morris
In partnership with 501 Commons, Volunteer Centers of Washington
In this last session of the series, participants will gain an understanding of the importance and delivery of volunteer recognition, including ideas about recognizing volunteers on a limited budget. The takeaway from this exercise is to recognize volunteers in the way they want to be recognized, using McClelland’s Social Motivator categories.
 
9-30-14 An Introduction to Debt and Financing for Nonprofits (Online)
In partnership with Nonprofit Finance Fund
This introductory webinar is designed as resource for organizations that are new to the lending process and would like to learn more. In 60 minutes, NFF will review the typical types of loans available to nonprofits, what lenders look for from potential borrowers, and what to expect from a lender.


10-6-14 Ocean Shores Nonprofit Conference (Ocean Shores)
Join this annual gathering of coastal nonprofits.  Workshops cover such topics as boards,  finance, and advocacy.

Nancy Bacon
Washington Nonprofits
nancy@washingtonnonprofits.org
www.washingtonnonprofits.org



On-going Events:  

  • NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) meets every 4th Wednesday of the month. Education and support for families of loved ones having mental health disorders. Come and join our NAMI family for education and support for your loved ones. For additional information please call 541-938-4322 or e-mail upthehillbilli@msn.com .

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