Community Calendar Event

The Smart Money’s on You: Budgeting for Your Nonprofit

Presented by: Third Sector New England

Budgets are essential embodiments of an organization’s mission, priorities and strategies. Taking a holistic approach, we will work through the way in which the budget relates to cash flow.

This interactive workshop will focus on how to develop and deploy budgets to have the greatest positive impact on your operating results. Objectives include understanding:

  •     Basic financial terms and concepts
  •     The different types of budgets used by a non-profit organization: operating, program and capital
  •     Who should be involved in the budget process
  •     How to integrate mission and strategy
  •     How to use a budget to maintain operating control
  •     When to vary from the budget and adapt to uncertainty
  •     Integrating budget and cash management

Audience: This seminar is intended for individuals who have a role in budgeting and at least a basic understanding of financial statements and who are looking for a way to turn their budget from rote documents into meaningful management tools.

Date: Thursday, March 7, 2013 - 9:00am to 12:30pm
Location: TSNE NonProfit Center

Governor's Conference on Volunteerism

Presented by: Volunteer NH

The 2013 Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism will be held on May 14th at the NH Technical Institute – Concord’s Community College. In addition to the conference, Volunteer NH in partnership with the Governor will present the Annual Award for Outstanding Volunteer Manager.

Who should attend?
Executive directors, managers and coordinators of organizations who currently use or plan to use volunteers; development, fund raising, and public relations professionals in nonprofit and community organizations; state agencies with volunteer programs; program managers and project leaders; managers and administrators in nonprofit organizations and community groups; managers of corporate contributions and volunteer programs; National Service members; and faith-based leaders.

Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 8:00am to 4:00pm
Location: NHTI, Concord

Your Business: Smoke Free

Presented by: Concord Hospital

The Wellness @Work series has been developed for business owners, business, leaders, Human Resources professionals and wellness coordinators to help employers explore topics designed to promote workplace wellness.

In Your Business: Smoke Free, presenter Diane Masters, Health Educator at the Center for Health Promotion will share strategies for a successful transition to a smoke-free workplace.

Call 603-230-7300 to register

Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 - 7:45am to 8:45am
Location: Concord Hospital Center For Health Promotion

Raising Ergonomic Awareness and Identifying Red Flags

Presented by: Concord Hospital

The Wellness @Work series has been developed for business owners, business, leaders, Human Resources professionals and wellness coordinators to help employers explore topics designed to promote workplace wellness.

In Raising Ergonomic Awareness and Identifying Red Flags, Maurine Judge, OT, Certified Ergonomic Specialist at Concord Hospital will discuss the concepts of fitting your work environment to your employees to reduce injuries and increase productivity.

Networking and coffee from 7:45 - 8:00

Presentation from 8:00 - 8:50

Call 603-230-7300 to register

Date: Thursday, May 9, 2013 - 7:45am to 9:00am
Location: Concord Hospital Center For Health Promotion

The Affordable Care Act and Legislative Update

Presented by: Devine Millimet & Branch, PA

Join Devine Millimet for a complimentary breakfast seminar designed to help you address the new and ongoing challenges faced by employers, including:

The Affordable Care Act:  The ACA is the main focus of this seminar.  Attorney Pat McGrath will provide an update on the most recent federal regulations surrounding the ACA, including the pay-or-play system and cost-effective options available to employers under the new law.

Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Agreements:  Do you know the parameters governing when and how these agreements must be given to new hires and current employees?  Attorney Harper Marshall, of Devine Millimet’s corporate department, will provide an overview of these restrictive covenants in light of new state legislation governing them and will offer strategies for avoiding common mistakes. 

Other Legislate Update:   Attorney Peg O’Brien and Attorney Anne Scheer will provide an update on other recent legislative changes that impact the workplace, including changes impacting Family and Medical Leave Act policies and practices in the workplace.

Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 - 8:30am to 11:30am
Location: SERESC

Advocacy of the Future and How to Evolve With It

Social Media Component and Beyond

Presented by: NTEN

This webinar is the last of 3 installments in the series: Beyond the Letter, Beyond the Like.

Our last webinar will focus on how we see advocacy and engagement evolving and trends within the market that give some indications as to where we will be in the next five years. Join Peter and focus  on the evolving use of social media and sharing within the market and the growing mobile components and how these will have a significant impact on any advocacy and engagement strategy.

  • Focus on how transparency with decision makers is vital for sustainability: both at the elected official level but also with policy makers in government and corporate decision makers.
  • Gain an understanding of the trends for amplification of an organizational message and how it is moving more towards a real-time dialogue and impact with those involved
  • Examine trends that are evolving and that are likely to the tone for strategies that are employed in the future.
Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2013 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Location: Webinar

The Best of CONFR!

Six Great Workshops— All Available on One Day!

Presented by: CONFR - Council on Fundraising - DEFUNCT

The Best of CONFR will offer you SIX popular workshops on one day.

Morning Options

  • Development Plans and Case Statements: Creating a Mission-based Philanthropy Program
  • Donor Research, Acquisition and Retention
  • How a Finance Plan Will Enhance Your Fundraising Efforts

Afternoon Options

  • Making Sense of Metrics: Measuring Programs and Fundraising Results
  • Passionate Stewardship for Major Donors
  • How to Prepare for a Capital Campaign

 

Date: Thursday, May 30, 2013 - 8:30am to 4:00pm
Location: Southern New Hampshire University, Hospitality Center, Manchester, NH

Essentials in Nonprofit Governance and Fundraising For First-Time Board Members

Presented by: CONFR - Council on Fundraising - DEFUNCT
  • Do you want to give back to your community?
  • Do you want to expand your network?

Serving on a nonprofit board can help you do all of the above and more!

Come find out what it means to be a board member and how to identify the best fit for you!

Essentials in Nonprofit Governance and Fundraising for First-Time Board Members is specialized training for emerging leaders who are considering service on a nonprofit board for the first time.

Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 - 4:30pm to 7:30pm
Location: American Cancer Society, Bedford

Essentials in Nonprofit Governance and Fundraising For First-Time Board Members

Presented by: CONFR - Council on Fundraising - DEFUNCT
  • Do you want to give back to your community?
  • Do you want to expand your network?

Serving on a nonprofit board can help you do all of the above and more!

Come find out what it means to be a board member and how to identify the best fit for you!

Essentials in Nonprofit Governance and Fundraising for First-Time Board Members is specialized training for emerging leaders who are considering service on a nonprofit board for the first time.

Date: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 - 7:30am to 10:30am
Location: American Cancer Society, Bedford

Social Media for Business

Presented by: Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications

This all-day workshop is a crash course concentrating on advanced techniques used to make Social Media a business tool.  Instructor Judi Window will emphasize developing the planning process, identifying and building market niche and using Social Media tools to pull together a company or personal marketing plan.  The workshop is designed primarily for students planning to or currently using Social Media to enhance their business, non-profit or personal brand through technology.  Hearing from a diverse group of presenters, the class will explore various uses of Social Media, how to get started and how to develop from a person to a persona.  Students must have a firm grasp on Facebook, Twitter, and other main stream basic Social Media formats, as well as a business plan or idea.  

Date: Friday, July 19, 2013 - 9:00am to 3:30pm
Location: Nackey Loeb School, Manchester

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