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Nonprofit organizations can learn how to strengthen their capacity today and plan for success tomorrow at the Nonprofit Lifecycles Workshop, November 1, from 12:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Ohio Valley University in Parkersburg. The workshop is sponsored by the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation and Regional Affiliates, Nonprofits LEAD, and the West Virginia Nonprofit Association (WVNPA) and will be led by Maria Fibiger, Certified Master Consultant of Nonprofit Lifecycles Institute and President/Senior Consultant of Three Dog Consulting.
Based on Susan Kenny Steven’s widely popular book, Nonprofit Lifecycles, this workshop will provide a practical way for nonprofits to think about strengthening their organizational capacity, no matter what their age or size. Using Lifecycles Stages to describe the predictable growing pains nonprofits experience at each stage of development, Fibiger will share concepts that are especially relevant to board members, executive staff, and other organization leaders. Nonprofits will learn how to self-assess their organization’s management, governance, financial resources, and administrative components as the vital support systems for their important mission and programs.
Turnover of Board, executive staff, volunteers is an inevitable event (planned or emergent) in the Lifecycle of any organization, and nonprofits should prepare for these transitions with good succession planning. At the workshop, Fibiger will discuss fundamental pieces that every organization should have in place to make the transition easier, as well as barriers and challenges that may come up in any turnover scenario. This interactive workshop will explore a framework for succession planning, and will equip nonprofit leaders with real-world knowledge & tactics.
Cost to attend is $20 per person ($15 per person for WVNPA members). Organizations are encouraged to bring Board/staff teams to participate.
For registration information, click here or call Marian Clowes (304-428-4438) or Amy Elliott (740-376-4559).
Registration deadline is October 25.
Charitable organizations seeking support for projects that address community needs can learn about the grantmaking programs of the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation and Regional Affiliates and the Sisters Health Foundation at grant workshops scheduled for October 30. Interested participants can choose from one of two times and locations:
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. – Dora B. Woodyard Library, 411 Mulberry Street, Elizabeth, WV
2:30 – 4:00 p.m. – Roane County Family Health Care, 164 Williams Drive, Spencer, WV
Topics to be covered include grantmaking priorities, the application process, effective proposal writing, and grants management. There is no cost to attend.
To register, contact Shei Sanchez, firstname.lastname@example.org, 304.424.6080.
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