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Non Profit Resource Center

 

Upcoming Events:

Grant Database Training for April:

  • April 3, 12:00- 1:00 pm (Grant Database Training for Individuals). Register at http://bit.ly/2rIjzEg or call us at 860-447-1411.

Grant Database Training for May:

  • May 1, 12:00- 1:00 pm (Grant Database Training for Nonprofits). Register at http://bit.ly/2pv4tgQ or call us at 860-447-1411.

 

Data Literacy

Tuesday, March 27

Registration 9:00 AM                                      Program 9:30-12:00 PM

CTData Academy is here to provide free data training for nonprofits and community agencies.

This is the CTData Academy’s introductory session designed to expand data literacy. Participants come away with a greater understanding of data collection and analysis and a more critical eye toward data encountered in everyday life.

Please use the following link to register: http://bit.ly/2EJ9tpB  or call us at  860-447-1411.

 

 

Risk Management and Insurance Basics for Nonprofits

Friday, April 13

Registration 9:30 AM                                      Program 10:00-12:00 PM

(Please note: THIS IS NOT A WEBINAR)

Is your organization aware of the risks and liabilities it faces in the daily operation of its programs? Did you know the majority of claims against nonprofits are employment law matters? What precautions can your organization take to minimize exposure? Learn about common areas of risks faced by nonprofits, and some strategies for addressing these risks including the importance of having the right insurance.

Featured Topics

  • What risks does your organization face?
  • What protections and precautions should your organization have in place?
  • Do you have policies for volunteer supervision and employment practices?
  • Do you understand the role of directors & officers insurance? Liability insurance? Other policies?
  • Do you know what your insurance policies say, and what they cover?

Presenters:

Priya Morganstern, Esq., Program Director, Pro Bono Partnership, Inc.

Elizabeth C. Downs, CIC, New England Insurance Services, Inc.

Register at http://bit.ly/2ChBMZf call us at 860-447-1411

 

 

How to Start and Run A Successful Nonprofit Business

 Part 1

Friday, May 11

9:30 AM Registration                                          10:30-12:00 PM  Program

Register at http://bit.ly/2FQYIFk or call us at 860-447-1411.

 

How to Start and Run A Successful Nonprofit Business

 Part 2

Thursday, May 31

9:30 AM Registration                10:30-12:00 PM  Program

Register at http://bit.ly/2DJX2Yx or call us at 860-447-1411.

Presenter: Bob Potter is a graduate of Syracuse University and has more than 40 years in creative management, marketing communications, and non-profit development for leading corporate, arts, cultural and non-profit organizations including Time Warner, National Geographic, AOL, National Gallery of Art, Lyme Art Association, Mystic Seaport, and Save the Children. His areas of expertise include marketing and communications, web development, market research, fundraising for non-profits, and strategic planning. In addition to SCORE, Bob is a volunteer with the Shoreline Food Pantry, the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, and is a docent at the Yale Center for British Art.

Workshops sponsored by Southeastern CT SCORE.

 

What Is the Center?

The Public Library of New London, in partnership with the Foundation Center, is pleased to be able to offer a Non Profit Resource Center to the hundreds of non profits in the area. We offer:

  • Access to information on 100,000 grantmakers and 2.3 million grants through the Foundation Center Online Databases.
  • A variety of non profit literature including periodicals and books on topics ranging from non profit management, to marketing, to social media, to finances, to grant writing and fundraising.
  • Monthly workshops and networking events designed to help non profits better fulfill their mission.

 

Testimonials:

“I just have to let you know how much I got from your presentation [Finding Funding Database Tutorial]  last night. You were slow paced, clear and concise in your delivery and I was able to follow along without panicking or being discouraged. Thank you so much.” – Louise Fabrykiewcz, Save Ocean Beach

“Thank you for doing the work to provide this morning’s Social Media Workshop. Anne’s presentation and handouts came at just the right time for me as I was wondering how to bring social media into our planning process. I will be signing up for both sessions on October 12.” – Lou Allyn, Mystic River Historical Society