The Women’s Fund Nonprofit Workshop Series

“The Women’s Fund will present a series of five workshops this year designed to help non-profit leaders make their organizations more sustainable. The workshops will feature presentations on topics that will assist organizations to build capacity. Last year we offered two sessions which were so well received that we decided to increase the number of workshops this year.

We are featuring five dynamic speakers, each of whom will share her expertise about a topic on which she has done significant work in the nonprofit community:

  • November 1: Catherine Raymond, President, Raymond Consulting, Inc.
    • Topic: “Grants 101, Tips for Successful Grants Research, Grant Writing and Grants Management”
  • November 29: Julie Katz, Director of Annual Giving, Miami Children’s Health Foundation
    • Topic: “Cultivation and Stewardship of Donors”
  • January 24: Sherry Thompson Giordano, Executive Director, PACE Center for Girls Miami
    • Topic: “Leadership and Nonprofit Management”
  • February 21: Anita Uppaluri, Member, The Women’s Fund Board of Directors
    • Topic: “How to Tell Your Story with the Most Impact for your Donors”
  • March 21: Kerry-Ann Royes, CEO, YWCA Greater Miami-Dade
    • Topic: “How to Collaborate with Other Nonprofits”

Register below or at bit.ly/WomensFundWorkshops2017

All workshops will be held at The Center for Social Change Miami at 2103 Coral Way, 33145 on Wednesdays from 8:30 – 11:00 am. Registration and a light breakfast will take place from 8:30 – 9:00 am with the presentation beginning promptly at 9:00 am.

Individual workshops will cost $10 in advance and $20 at the door.”

Webinar: Adapting to an Outcomes-Based World

*Please note SFCDC is not the organizer of this event.

“Those that work in the social sector—from nonprofits, to philanthropy, to government— know that the goal is to make a positive long-term impact in communities. But that work is sometimes hampered by a funding system oriented around counting outputs (i.e., the number of services provided) rather than valuing outcomes (i.e., meaningful changes for those served by a program). Recently, the chorus of voices challenging this status quo has grown, asking what it would take to shift this thinking and design our systems around outcomes.

Join Nonprofit Finance Fund for a free, 60-minute webinar about how the movement toward outcomes affects nonprofit service providers and the types of resources that are needed to make the transition. The webinar will pose key questions for management to consider, provide examples of necessary investments, and wrap with a discussion of upfront vs. ongoing costs and how each type can be incorporated into the annual budget.”

SFCDC Member Event: Non-profit Tax Issues—How to Keep the IRS On Your Side

*Please note SFCDC is not the organizer of this event.

“Will you be filing Form 990 for the first time this year?

Do you know the regulations on nonprofits regarding charitable gifts, unrelated business income, and other areas?

Get clear on nonprofit tax issues with our November Org Toolkit Lunch & Learn.

In this presentation, Marie Rosier, CPA, will explain various tax concerns that non-profit organizations face in 2017, and share practical resources to better understand Form 990 and its schedules and avoid and resolve threats to non-profit status. Keep the IRS on your side!

Org Toolkit | Join Center for Social Change members and other local nonprofits and changemakers for this monthly lunchtime presentation on organizational development topics in our second floor conference room.

For more information, contact Andrea Baker Dean, Events Coordinator, at andrea@4socialchange.org.”

The Women’s Fund Nonprofit Workshop Series

*Please note SFCDC is not the organizer of this event.

“The Women’s Fund will present a series of five workshops this year designed to help non-profit leaders make their organizations more sustainable. The workshops will feature presentations on topics that will assist organizations to build capacity. Last year we offered two sessions which were so well received that we decided to increase the number of workshops this year.

We are featuring five dynamic speakers, each of whom will share her expertise about a topic on which she has done significant work in the nonprofit community:

  • November 1: Catherine Raymond, President, Raymond Consulting, Inc.
    • Topic: “Grants 101, Tips for Successful Grants Research, Grant Writing and Grants Management”
  • November 29: Julie Katz, Director of Annual Giving, Miami Children’s Health Foundation
    • Topic: “Cultivation and Stewardship of Donors”
  • January 24: Sherry Thompson Giordano, Executive Director, PACE Center for Girls Miami
    • Topic: “Leadership and Nonprofit Management”
  • February 21: Anita Uppaluri, Member, The Women’s Fund Board of Directors
    • Topic: “How to Tell Your Story with the Most Impact for your Donors”
  • March 21: Kerry-Ann Royes, CEO, YWCA Greater Miami-Dade
    • Topic: “How to Collaborate with Other Nonprofits””

Register at bit.ly/WomensFundWorkshops2017

All workshops will be held at The Center for Social Change Miami at 2103 Coral Way, 33145 on Wednesdays from 8:30 – 11:00 am. Registration and a light breakfast will take place from 8:30 – 9:00 am with the presentation beginning promptly at 9:00 am.

Individual workshops will cost $10 in advance and $20 at the door.

SFCDC Member Event: Improve Your Process with Logic Models

*Please note SFCDC is not the organizer of this event.

“Join the Center for Social Change members and other local nonprofits for this lunchtime workshop in our second floor conference room. Bring your own lunch, we’ll provide drinks.

Getting stuck in the weeds of program design and planning? Not sure how to communicate your outcomes with potential funders? Create a logic model!

In this workshop, James Pann, Ph.D., of EvalNetwork will show you how to create and use logic models – simple visual tools that can help organizations clarify priorities, improve planning and evaluation, and build consensus among stakeholders.”

Register Here