2/25 - NONPROFIT MISSOURI: Regional Resources 2013 -- 3-5 pm St. Louis Public Library, Central, Nonprofit Missouri member organizations and interested individuals are invited to come, network and learn about new regional resources available through the group or the Grants & Foundation Center. Free. Register at www.nonprofitmissouri.org
2/28 - AFP St. Louis lunch meeting "Getting to Yes...Major Gifts" 11:30 - 1, Norwood Hills Country Club, $45 nonmembers, www.afpstlouis.org
3/12 - CSPRC lunch meeting "Personal Use of Social Media to Promote Organizational Goals?" 11:30-1:15, Sheraton Clayton Plaza, $40 nonmembers, www.csprc.org
3/14 - GPA free webinar:"Increasing Grant Revenue...Improving Funder Relationships," 1-2 pm Central Library or UMSL campus, call Grant Professionals Assn.,618-581-6356.
3/15 - Will to Give Orientation, GATEWAY CENTER FOR GIVING office, 8-9:30 am, learn to effectively engage your donors in a planned giving program, www.centerforgiving.org
3/18 - Census Demographics for Nonprofit Grantwriters, 1-2, G&FC (sign up here.)
3/18--3/22 -Grantsmanship Training Program, International Institute, $895, www.iistl.org
3/21 - NPML continuing ed class "Facility Planning & Financing for NPOs," 2-5, UMSL campus, $25, www.umsl.edu/npml
3/22 -MVMA & NPML class "Understanding New Trends to Improve Volunteer Recruiting," 9-4, UMSL campus, 1st of 3 2013 Chancellor's Certificate in Volunteer Management classes, $75 for non MVMA members, www.mvma-stl.org- click on banner for the chancellors certificate.
More Philanthropic/Nonprofit Information
- New G&FC Books: Summer 2015
- Nonprofit/Philanthropy WEBSITES
- Starting a Nonprofit?
- Top 12 Free Sites 4 In-Depth NPO Research
- Nonprofit Boards - Helpful Sites
- Finding Jobs in the Nonprofit Sector
- Local Nonprofit Ed. Programs
- Nonprofit Advocacy
- Prospect Research
- RFP Round-up
- Websites 4 Social Entrepreneurs
- For-Profit Start-Up Helps
- NPO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Links
- CAPACITY-BUILDING Resources
- St. Louis Area Nonprofit Education
Monday, February 18, 2013
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
For several years here at the G&FC we've been compiling lists of resources for the one-person development office: On Feb. 19th Sue Greenberg from VLAA will expand that concept by discussing of the responsibilities and practicalities of leading a nonprofit whose mission depends on minimal staff and/or dedicated volunteers. She'll talk about such essentials as time management, working with your board, internal controls, planning for future success and succession, etc. If you're a founder or executive director in this situation, come to the 2nd Floor Training Room here at Central Library 3 -5 pm and bring your questions and best advice.