Community Calendar Event

How to Make Your Nonprofit a Destination Employer

How to Make Your Nonprofit a Destination Employer

Presented by: KMA Human Resources Consulting

Webinar: How to Make Your Nonprofit a Destination Employer

Tuesday, January 18th - 12:00-1:00

KMA's Holly Lancaster joins Gerod Gianattasio, Director of Partnerships at CTR Maine, and Chris Mouradian, Senior Manager of Not-for-Profit Practice Group at Berry Dunn, to discuss how to attract talent within a budget, some tips and tricks for retaining that talent, and why company culture is so vital in engaging top talent.

Please join us for this complimentary webinar!

 

Learn more and register here.

Date: Tuesday, January 18, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: Virtual Webinar via Zoom

Costumes for A Cause

Presented by: Victoria's Victory Foundation

Join Victoria's Victory Foundation for a frightfully fun evening filled with entertainment, delectable bits and head-turning costumes. Raise a glass with us as we raise awareness and funds for the Victory Program that supports those living with mobility challenges and other disabilities.  Costumes for A Cause has been on hiatus for two years due to the pandemic but we are excited to bring this annual fundraiser to the Envio in Portsmouth.

 Don't miss the return of the area's hottest Halloween Party that supports a great cause.  

Sponsorships available!

To learn more visit:

https://victoriasvictory.networkforgood.com/events/35561-2022-costumes-f...

Date: Friday, October 28, 2022 - 7:00pm to 11:00pm
Location: Envio

CATCH's Masquerade Gala

Presented by: CATCH Neighborhood Housing

The CATCH Neighborhood Housing team invites you to join us for our second Masquerade Gala on Friday, March 11! Following the success and spirit of our March 2020 masquerade, we are planning an elaborate gala to reconnect with our many friends, donors, community partners, and neighbors to raise funds to support our workforce housing programs. We are thrilled to be hosting the glamorous masquerade again, and all masques are encouraged! The fabulous DJ Nazzy will be emceeing the soiree at the transformed Grappone Conference Center ballroom. Black tie optional attire is encouraged, but your sky-high enthusiasm and dancing shoes are required!

A creative, delicious dinner will be available at food stations throughout the ballroom to optimize your energy. Cash bars will also be available as we toast to CATCH’s friends and partners for their many contributions to our work. In between dancing and reconnecting, we will recognize our housing heroes and share ways that you can be part of CATCH’s ongoing efforts to strengthen our communities.

Over the last 18 months, housing challenges throughout New Hampshire have only deepened and despite the ongoing uncertainty in our world, we feel strongly about continuing to pursue our mission of creating communities where every person is confident of a safe and affordable home. We are looking forward to an entertaining evening of great food, dancing, community building, and “catch”ing up!

Thank you for being part of New Hampshire’s housing solution; see you at the masquerade!

Date: Friday, March 11, 2022 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Location: Grappone Conference Center

Level Up Your LinkedIn Profile

a free class at the Loeb School

Presented by: Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications

Learn the ins and outs of the leading social network for business professionals. In this course, you will learn how to customize your profile in a way that's attractive to hiring managers and helps your profile get found. It covers what you need in each section of your profile as well as new features meant to help creators promote their services. The class will also answer questions like, Do I need a LinkedIn page for my business? Should I buy LinkedIn Premium? and How do I use LinkedIn to connect to new people? Instructor Beth LaMontagne Hall is the founder of Good Content, which provides writing and digital content for businesses. She has a background in journalism and storytelling and currently hosts the live storytelling event and podcast, Long Story Short. PRE-REGISTRATION is REQUIRED.

Date: Wednesday, February 16, 2022 - 9:00am to 10:30am
Location:

Reputation Matters

a free communications class at the Loeb School

Presented by: Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications

More than ever, reputation is the currency of the realm. But how is reputation created?

Reputation is not claimed--it is bestowed by the people and organizations that rely on it to meet their needs or to make them successful. It is earned over time through consistency in actions, quality in products, services and solutions that unite to consistently earn the trust of stakeholders. This class will provide an overview and framework of the factors that lead to an organization, and its people, being viewed as excelling in reputation. The instructor, Clark Dumont, M.S., APR, is a communications leader in FORTUNE 500 companies spanning the Health Care, Aerospace & Defense and Hospitality & Entertainment sectors. 

PRE-REGISTRATION is REQUIRED

Date: Thursday, February 17, 2022 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Location:

Should Your Nonprofit Launch a Podcast in 2022?

a free communications class at the Loeb School

Presented by: Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications

Podcasts: Everyone is listening to them, talking about them, and launching them. Perhaps you see the potential value of a podcast for your nonprofit and are dying to jump in. Or others have suggested it, or are even pressuring you to launch a podcast for your nonprofit. In this class, you will learn several of the compelling outcomes nonprofits can achieve with a well-produced show — benefits that include growing existing audiences, reaching new audiences, intensifying engagement and loyalty, giving you content that can be repurposed in other channels, and building key relationships. Instructor Elaine Appleton Grant is the CEO of Podcast Allies, LLC, a training, consulting and podcast production company devoted to helping mission-driven organizations produce high-quality podcasts. 

Date: Thursday, February 24, 2022 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
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Ethical Storytelling

a free communications class at the Loeb School

Presented by: Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications

This session will cover the principles of ethical storytelling and utilizing the human story and address best practices for obtaining consent and centering the storyteller.  Case studies and examples from nonprofits and community organizations will be discussed.  Class Instructors are Sarah McPhee and Kirsten Durzy, project coordinators for “Our Story New Hampshire.” 

 

Date: Tuesday, February 22, 2022 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
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What to Expect in 2022

Presented by: HR ROI Consulting, LLC

While we cannot predict the future, there are indications of what to expect in 2022 for employers who plan ahead. As the management guru, Peter Drucker, said, "The best way to predict the future is to create it."

We'll talk about what is on the horizon for the new year, such as the employee experience, mental health, and benefit trends. We'll also explore what you can do as an employer to maintain a functioning organization for the long-term, regardless of what gets thrown at you.

Join us for this complimentary session with our panel of presenters who will share their predictions and advice for 2022:

Amy Cann, HR ROI Consulting
Ryan Cronan, The Richards Group
Michelle Strasburger, The Wellness Value
Kevin Delaney, Retirement Solution Group

Date: Friday, January 21, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
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Right and Wrong Ways to Implement DEI in the Workplace + HR's Role

Presented by: HR ROI Consulting, LLC

It’s time to start talking about organizational mistakes in implementing DEI and how HR can either be the biggest asset or hindrance to DEI efforts. We’ll talk about HR’s role in a successful DEI strategy.

Join Amy Cann, SHRM-SCP,CIPP/US, and our key speaker, Kimberly Bozeman, SHRM-SCP, a dynamic, positive HR expert and DEIB trainer as they discuss critical mistakes and how to correct them.

Date: Friday, February 18, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: Virtual

Adaptive Fundraising Cohort Experience

8-week fundraising course on adaptive fundraising

Presented by: Wright Collective

With the philanthropic landscape shifting on an almost daily basis, nonprofit professionals need to be equipped with the creativity, versatility, and vision to achieve their fundraising goals.

 

At Wright Collective, we know this to be incredibly important. We’ve supported organizations just like yours during and after many crises. From working with nonprofits in New York and New Jersey when Hurricane Sandy struck to supporting West African NGOs as they rebuilt after the Ebola crisis, we know it takes out-of-the-box ideas, decisiveness, bravery, and a certain level of tech-savviness to ensure fundraising success. And, we’ve learned a ton over the last year as we’ve navigated racial injustice and Covid-19 with our colleagues.  

 

That's why we run our cohort on 'Adaptive Fundraising’' as a community-driven program where we teach, facilitate, and guide development professionals together around a common goal: creating structures that will raise the resources necessary to achieve mission fulfillment during any time of transition, frustration, or crisis.

This program will guide you to success over the course of 4 bi-weekly sessions with our team of seasoned development consultants and with guest appearances from a few key influencers in the philanthropic sector.  

The course is ideal for:

  • Nonprofit Professionals 

  • Development Directors 

  • Executive Directors 

  • Board Chairs

 

And you will recieve: 

A comprehensive toolkit on how to pivot fundraising plans over time
Scripts and draft emails for communicating with your funders during and after a crisis
Access to (2) case studies from organizations that have fundraised successfully during the pandemic 
Access to a network of over 30 other seasoned development professionals
(3) personal, monthly 30-minute sessions with a Wright Collective consultant to discuss the exact needs of your organization
Access to an internal alumni network for ongoing collaboration

Meet the Coach: https://www.wrightcollective.co/about

Date: Friday, March 18, 2022 - 12:00pm to Friday, April 29, 2022 - 12:00pm
Location: Virtual - Zoom

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