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foodAre you looking to spread the word about your non-profit organization?
Are you tired of paying money for a
networking event?
Do you want to find out about available volunteer opportunities?
Do you want to meet others in the local
non-profit community?

 

If so, Munch & Mingle is the perfect solution!   Come meet new people or re-connect with friends and colleagues from the local nonprofit community at these no-charge, brown bag lunches.

Munch & Mingles take place from 11 :45 am – 1 pm at the Clark County Library.  BYOL (bring your own lunch); coffee and water will be supplied. Don’t forget to bring organizational literature to display and/or business cards.

Registration is not required for this program.  For more information or to RSVP,  please call 702.507.3421.

 

501c3

What are the next

steps after  becoming a

Nevada non-profit

organization?

 

 

 

 

 

This workshop will discuss how to obtain tax-exempt status from the IRS.

  • Find out what you need to do before you apply
  • Learn about the steps involved in filling out the IRS form
  • Learn about the new electronic version of the IRS form
  • Discover what to expect after you apply

 

It is recommended but not required that participants have previously attended the How to Start a Nonprofit (Part I : Nevada) workshop in August.   You can either register online at http://www.lvccld.org/library/special/sonnpic/workshops.cfm or you can attend on a walk-in basis (if space is available).

Tuesday, September 16
2 – 4 p.m.
Clark County Library
Jewel Box Theater

foodLooking to spread the word about your non-profit organization?  Tired of paying money for a networking event?   Want to find out about available volunteer opportunites?

If so, Munch & Mingle is the perfect solution!   Come meet new people or re-connect with friends and colleagues from the local nonprofit community at these no-charge, brown bag lunches.

Munch & Mingles take place from 11 :45 am – 1 pm at the Clark County Library on the 4th Wednesday of the month.  BYOL (bring your own lunch); coffee and water will be supplied. Don’t forget to bring organizational literature to display and/or business cards.

Registration is not required for this program; for more information call 702.507.3421.

Just arrived at the Southern Nevada Non-Profit Information Center at the Clark County Library. Visit the library to see this and other related materials.

 

SYO NPOKimball, Cheryl.
Start Your Own Nonprofit Organization : Your Step-by-step Guide to Success.
Irvine, CA: Entrepreneur Press, 2014.

Not sure if starting a nonprofit organization is something to do?  If so, this book will guide you step-by-step towards your goal.

 

 

 

The book covers:

  • understanding and identifing the business mission and vision
  • determining if your business idea is nonprofit or for-profit
  • selecting and managing a board of directors
  • managing finances
  • staffing and running a lean operation
  • finding a location and setting up shop
  • mastering fundraising
  • using social media and other cost-effective outreach
  • managing sustainability and growth

All startup steps are supported by insider knowledge from successful entrepreneurs, dollar-stretching tips, missteps to avoid, resources and more.

 

Cheryl Kimball is the Director of Development and Community Relations for a New Hampshire animal shelter and president of the board of directors for the New Hampshire Farm Museum.

Just arrived at the Southern Nevada Non-Profit Information Center at the Clark County Library. Visit the library to see this and other related materials.
 

Heather Mansfield.mobile
Mobile for Good: A How-to Fundraising Guide for Nonprofits.
New York: McGraw-Hill, 2014.
ISBN: 978-0-07-182546-7

An expert in nonprofit fundraising shows how to take full advantage of today’s fastest-growing digital platform.

 

The author of Social Media for Social Good provides a practical, step-by-step guide to launching a new website and email newsletter that is compatible with mobile devices, as well as optimizing their efforts on
• Facebook,
• Twitter,
• Google+,
• LinkedIn,
• YouTube
• and others

Heather Mansfield is the principal blogger at Nonprofit Tech for Good.
sponsorshipKim Skildum-Reid and Anne-Marie Grey.
The Sponsorship Seeker’s Toolkit. 4th ed.
New York: McGraw-Hill, 2014.

ISBN: 978-0-07-182579-5.

The Sponsorship Seeker’s Toolkit, fourth edition, makes cutting-edge, best-practice sponsorship not only achievable, but also sensible and straightforward.

 

Corporate sponsorship experts Kim Skildum-Reid and Anne-Marie Grey have updated their classic guide with new material on

• Integrating social media into existing strategies
• Developing leverage ideas for proposals and
• Important trends in the world of corporate sponsorship

Kim Skildum-Reid is a corporate sponsorship consultant, trainer, speaker and author with 28 years of experience.  Anne-Marie Grey has over 25 years of fundraising and marketing experience in both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.

foodLooking to spread the word about your non-profit organization?  Tired of paying money for a networking event?   Want to find out about available volunteer opportunites?

If so, Munch & Mingle is the perfect solution!   Come meet new people or re-connect with friends and colleagues from the local nonprofit community at these no-charge, brown bag lunches.

Munch & Mingles take place from 11 :45 am – 1 pm at the Clark County Library on the 4th Wednesday of the month.  BYOL (bring your own lunch); coffee and water will be supplied. Don’t forget to bring organizational literature to display and/or business cards.

Registration is not required for this program; for more information call 702.507.3421.

 

This issue, containing the following articles, is now available for viewing at the
Southern Nevada Non-Profit Information Center.

 

nonprofit world 201421qBoard of Directors
How effective is your board? (p. 14)

Fundraising
Five most dangerous fundraising fallacies (p. 12)

Human relations
Key to a productive workforce (p. 4)

Management
Gathering the information you need (p. 18)
Get “Smart” : Measure your Impact (p. 6)
How to change the world by changing your culture (p. 25)

Marketing
Increase your organization’s profile by speaking out (p. 23)

Social media
Three tools to manage social media (p. 11)

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