Islands of Brilliance, a Milwaukee-based nonprofit, is bringing its workshop for neurodiverse individuals to Kenosha on Tuesday.
New offering will provide nonprofit organizations with a better ability to reach and engage donors online and through mobile channels.
This recording is from the Nonprofit Administration Program’s Social Enterprise in the Nonprofit Sector Webinar. Thank you to Alex Campbell, the moderator, and to the panelists David Sylvan, Eric Amanfoh, and Bethia Burke!
Homeless shelter closed due to staff catching COVIDThe Interactive Resource Center in Greensboro is closed for the rest of the week due to staff members with COVID-19, according to a social media post.“Port-o-Potties and hand sanitizer stations are set up in our parking lot for guests to use,” read a statement from the nonprofit’s Facebook page.Even though it’s not the most ideal scenario, the IRC made the call to close its doors for the next couple of days due to a COVID-19 outbreak.The day center helps people who are homeless in Greensboro by providing many services which include: showers, laundry services, phone and mail, medical, shelter placement, job search assistance, computer lab, job skills classes, GED classes, veterans support, and various other supports.Most of these services, other than mail services, will not be available until the center reopens. STORY: https://www.wfmynews2.com/article/news/local/interactive-resource-center-greensboro-closed-covid-19/83-8ec87e6a-d2df-4f80-8fca-ed4c805b103dSUBSCRIBE | https://bit.ly/2vsX74I Follow us: Facebook | https://bit.ly/3326pAY Twitter | https://bit.ly/2vIPZkT Instagram | https://bit.ly/39Ghs5a Download the WFMY News 2 app: Text the word APP to 336-379-5775 For iPhone | https://apple.co/3aaH6iM For Android | https://bit.ly/3aea9Sv
A Charlotte-area nonprofit wants to change the narrative of the “absent Black father” that’s pervasive in media and in society.
Content marketing is an excellent way to build trust with your audience. Nonprofits like yours can use content to increase brand visibility, drive revenue and boost engagement across your platforms. By communicating a need and driving your audience to take action, you’ll increase donations and build a loyal group of followers. Nonprofit marketing expert Maria Bryan joins the show for the second time to share how to build a successful content marketing strategy, the key factors that will help you connect with your audience, and avoid burnout when content planning. Connect With Maria Bryanhttps://www.mariabryan.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariabryancrtv/Learn more about Driventrustdriven.com
David Bulfin spent most of his life working as a “secret” artist. That is until a Charlotte nonprofit featured his work and helped him get the chance of a lifetime.
On this episode, Katie discusses why financial literacy is so important. Financial literacy is the ability to use knowledge and skills to manage your financial resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being. In order to be financially literate you must know how to manage money and show you can actually do it. Without financial literacy, the financial decisions you make, or don’t make, can potentially threaten your financial security. Today, Katie is joined by Amy Marty Conrad and Raven Newberry from the National Endowment for Financial Education, or NEFE. Amy is the Managing Director, Insights and Raven is the Director, Policy and Advocacy. Amy, Raven, and Katie discuss financial well-being, the impact COVID has had on personal finance, how Americans ended financially in 2021, and much more. Amy and Raven will be joining Katie again next month for part two of the importance of financial literacy.Follow Navicore on Social Media:Twitter: @NavicorePR Instagram: @navicoresolutions Facebook: NavicoreSolutionsPR More questions for Katie? E-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.orgAbout Navicore Solutions: We are a national nonprofit provider of financial education and compassionate personal finance counseling. We can help you gain control of your finances. A debt free future is possible. Learn more about us here: http://navicoresolutions.org/ Don’t miss any of our videos, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/30iDAxYSee our budget meals videos: http://bit.ly/2NircKCMore Financial Playbook videos: http://bit.ly/30gRHnjMeet the Navicore Team: http://bit.ly/2KIbKpzhttps://www.nefe.org/
Introduced by our own May O’Brien, David Uy is the founding executive director of the Chinese American Museum in Washington, DC where he has been a key player in establishing the first and only museum in our nation’s capital dedicated to the Chinese American story.David is a marketing, public relations, and development veteran with experience in national nonprofit management, communications, and relationship building. His role at the museum draws on his work in creative and strategic marketing and public relations, nonprofit and corporate strategy, exhibit and event design, copywriting, speech writing, and campaign development. Prior to joining CAMDC, David served in leadership roles in several award-winning advertising and public relations firms, as Vice President of Marketing and Development for the legal technology company, CDS, and as Communications Director for The Points of Light Foundation and Volunteer Center National Network. He served as the principal of the public relations agency, Brand Bureau, for twelve years.David has worked with and advised numerous organizations, including The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Personal Care Products Council, Coastal States Organization, Washington Revels, Quality of Life Plus, Johns Hopkins University, Fannie Mae, The National Zoo, Sprint, The Wall Street Journal, Big Brothers Big Sisters, US Dept. of Energy, Bon Secours, and HCA Healthcare. David holds an MBA in Marketing Strategy and a BA in Fine Arts and Art History from The College of William and Mary. He is a second-generation ChineseAmerican born in Queens, New York City, with family originating in Xiamen, China and the Philippines.
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The Greensboro nonprofit said they hope to reopen next Monday.
The program focuses on collecting art from independent artists within underrepresented and marginalized communities