Community Calendar Event

2013 CFRE Study Group Series

To Prepare for the Examination as a Certified Fundraising Executive

Presented by: CONFR - Council on Fundraising - DEFUNCT

Six, three-hour monthly workshops from October 2013 through March 2014, on the first Thursday of each month.

Earning the CFRE demonstrates your desire to reach the highest level of skill, knowledge and ethical practice in your fund development career and demonstrates your commitment to professional standards. Taught in a small-group setting, participants will have access to the experience of the best development officers in New Hampshire – each holding the CFRE designation – as well as lively discussions with other motivated colleagues, making this a one-of-a-kind learning opportunity.

Offered only once each year, this study group series will meet monthly for three hours in preparation for the 2014 testing dates, covering all the topics in the test content outline. Participants should have five years experience in fund development.

Class Dates and Topics:

  • October 3 – Current and Prospective Donor Research
  • November 7 – Securing the Gift
  • December 5 – Relationship Building
  • January 2 – Volunteer Involvement
  • February 6 – Management
  • March 6 – Accountability
Date: Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 8:45am to 12:00pm
Location: NH Public Radio

2013 CFRE Study Group Series

To Prepare for the Examination as a Certified Fundraising Executive

Presented by: CONFR - Council on Fundraising - DEFUNCT

Six, three-hour monthly workshops from October 2013 through March 2014, on the first Thursday of each month.

Earning the CFRE demonstrates your desire to reach the highest level of skill, knowledge and ethical practice in your fund development career and demonstrates your commitment to professional standards. Taught in a small-group setting, participants will have access to the experience of the best development officers in New Hampshire – each holding the CFRE designation – as well as lively discussions with other motivated colleagues, making this a one-of-a-kind learning opportunity.

Offered only once each year, this study group series will meet monthly for three hours in preparation for the 2014 testing dates, covering all the topics in the test content outline. Participants should have five years experience in fund development.

Class Dates and Topics:

  • October 3 – Current and Prospective Donor Research
  • November 7 – Securing the Gift
  • December 5 – Relationship Building
  • January 2 – Volunteer Involvement
  • February 6 – Management
  • March 6 – Accountability
Date: Thursday, January 2, 2014 - 8:45am to 12:00pm
Location: NH Public Radio

2013 CFRE Study Group Series

To Prepare for the Examination as a Certified Fundraising Executive

Presented by: CONFR - Council on Fundraising - DEFUNCT

Six, three-hour monthly workshops from October 2013 through March 2014, on the first Thursday of each month.

Earning the CFRE demonstrates your desire to reach the highest level of skill, knowledge and ethical practice in your fund development career and demonstrates your commitment to professional standards. Taught in a small-group setting, participants will have access to the experience of the best development officers in New Hampshire – each holding the CFRE designation – as well as lively discussions with other motivated colleagues, making this a one-of-a-kind learning opportunity.

Offered only once each year, this study group series will meet monthly for three hours in preparation for the 2014 testing dates, covering all the topics in the test content outline. Participants should have five years experience in fund development.

Class Dates and Topics:

  • October 3 – Current and Prospective Donor Research
  • November 7 – Securing the Gift
  • December 5 – Relationship Building
  • January 2 – Volunteer Involvement
  • February 6 – Management
  • March 6 – Accountability
Date: Thursday, February 6, 2014 - 8:45am to 12:00pm
Location: NH Public Radio

2013 CFRE Study Group Series

To Prepare for the Examination as a Certified Fundraising Executive

Presented by: CONFR - Council on Fundraising - DEFUNCT

Six, three-hour monthly workshops from October 2013 through March 2014, on the first Thursday of each month.

Earning the CFRE demonstrates your desire to reach the highest level of skill, knowledge and ethical practice in your fund development career and demonstrates your commitment to professional standards. Taught in a small-group setting, participants will have access to the experience of the best development officers in New Hampshire – each holding the CFRE designation – as well as lively discussions with other motivated colleagues, making this a one-of-a-kind learning opportunity.

Offered only once each year, this study group series will meet monthly for three hours in preparation for the 2014 testing dates, covering all the topics in the test content outline. Participants should have five years experience in fund development.

Class Dates and Topics:

  • October 3 – Current and Prospective Donor Research
  • November 7 – Securing the Gift
  • December 5 – Relationship Building
  • January 2 – Volunteer Involvement
  • February 6 – Management
  • March 6 – Accountability
Date: Thursday, March 6, 2014 - 8:45am to 12:00pm
Location: NH Public Radio

The Early Days of Telephone Service in Warner NH

Part of NHTM's "4th Phridays at the Phone Museum" Series

Presented by: NH Telephone Museum

Long-time "telephone guy", Paul Violette, and other associates, will hold an informal discussion about the early years of telephone service in Warner NH. Hear how the service got its start plus some great behind-the-scenes stories that you won't find in the history books!  Coffee and Dessert in the main gallery at 6:30 p.m. followed by the program in the downstairs meeting room at 7:00 p.m.  Dessert provided by The Local, Warner's newest restaurant!

Date: Friday, September 27, 2013 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Location: New Hampshire Telephone Museum

Citizens for Clean and Fair Power Campaign Kick Off Meeting

Presented by: Citizens for Clean and Fair Power

PSNH’s coal-fired power plant here in Bow is damaging the health and welfare of communities.

The soot and smog from Merrimack Station lead to higher rates of asthma and heart attacks.
 

To add insult to injury, PSNH’s reliance on outdated, dirty coal plants is making customers right here in the Merrima ck Valley, including Bow, Pembroke, Allenstown, Hooksett and Concord areas pay ever-increasing electric bills.  It’s time for PSNH to stop making us pay to pollute our air and water.

We can make a difference and bring clean air to the Merrimack Valley.  Come to our kick off meeting to find out how!

The Merrimack Valley should have breathable air and clean, sustainable energy that fits the scenic and unique character of the area.  Governor Hassan and our elected officials need support to go toe to toe with PSNH, a powerful company who has bullied New Hampshire too long for shareholder profits.

We can win and get these coal plants responsibly retired and plan for a smooth transition if we build enough public support- starting here on the Merrimack, where we’ve been burdened with the coal pollution for decades.  So please join us on Thursday night.  Join other concerned residents and local organizations to find out how to retire Merrimack Station and plan for our sustainable future.  RSVP to let us know you can make it, and bring a friend!

To learn more about how you can get involved before the meeting, please contact Zack Deutsch-Gross at zack@toxicsaction.org.

Refreshments will be provided.

Date: Thursday, September 19, 2013 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: Pembroke Academy Library

Developing an Effective Performance Management System

Hosted by Leddy Group and Work Opportunities Unlimited

Presented by: Leddy Group

Who: 
Leddy Group and Work Opportunities Unlimited 2013 HR Webinar Series

What: 
Webinar Series - Developing an Effective Performance Management System (Susannah Chance & Fran Lefavour)

Why:

Where to begin? We'll help you determine what you want to evaluate, how to measure it, how to develop a tool that's easy and effective, and how to begin to develop a culture where feedback is given throughout the year, rather than just at the yearly evaluation.

Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Location: Online

A Profile of Today's Voter

Who votes today and why?

Presented by: Raymond Voter Information Project

Dr. Andrew Smith will present research and take questions to help citizens understand today's voting climate. If you are concerned about voter apathy in your town, your state and your country, this program can help you understand the challenge.

Andrew Smith is associate professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire where his research has focused on elections, public opinion and the presidential nomination process.  He has published on elections, survey methodology, and the New Hampshire Primary. He has also been director of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center since 1999 and is nationally known for public opinion polling. 

The object of the Raymond Voter Information Project is the advancement of education that enables students and community members to prepare to exercise their civil right to vote. For more information about this program or the organization, contact ino@raymonddvip.org or  phone 603-244-2027 or 603-895-4084.

PLEASE JOIN US AT THE RAYMOND HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 7 PM.

Date: Thursday, September 26, 2013 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Location: Raymond High School Rt. 27 to Harriman Hill Road

NH Leadership Advantage Workshop

How to Create an “Awesome” Company Culture

Presented by: Sojourn Partners

7:30 am – 8:00 am Networking

8:00 am – 10:30 am Breakfast & Workshop

Registration: $30.00

Increased productivity and performance are a direct result of your corporate culture. Businesses need to design the desired culture to fit their goals, needs and aspirations for the purposes of results and growth.

While culture is only one part of the successful business equation, it is a primary means to motivation and productivity.  The culture of a firm is the tone in which we speak to each other, the sharing of values and a primary source of social belonging. Learning how to control the trajectory of your organizations culture, if done with authenticity, can be managed over time.

In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to meet Barbara Couch, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility at Hypertherm;  Jeanine Tousignant, CEO of the Manchester Community Music School and Tom O’Reilly, former Owner & President of Logo Loc.  These three leaders have found ways to bring a genuine, innovative approach to create their own distinct culture in their organizations. You will learn directly from these leaders by exploring what they did, how they approach growth and how they encourage cultural solutions even in the face of adversity.

The Leadership Advantage Workshop Delivers:

  • Stories from New Hampshire Leaders
  • A structural way of evaluating, analyzing and planning culture for purposeful change
  • A self-evaluation of your own current company culture
  • Action steps to improve the culture of your company

If you have any questions, please contact Jamie at (603) 232-9403 or jamiem@sojournpartners.com          

All participants must register in advance.  

Date: Thursday, September 19, 2013 - 7:30am to 10:30am
Location: The Manchester Country Club

2013 Women Building Community Luncheon

Presented by: NH Women's Foundation

In collaboration with the United Ways of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Charitable Fund, The Women's Fund would like to cordially invite you to attend the Women Building Community Luncheon with Lynne Twist.

Our Keynote Speaker, Lynne Twist, is a global activist, fundraiser, and author of The Soul of Money.

Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 11:30am to 1:00pm
Location: Radisson Hotel

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