Attendees will receive a full day of programming on topics pertinent to the work of the local nonprofit community. RSVP to attend this event to email@example.com. See the agenda here.
The Los Alamos chapter of 100 Plus Women Who Care is accepting applications from local nonprofit organizations interested in being considered for one of the group’s quarterly grants. The application form is available here.
The group’s next meeting is May 3, where they will conduct a drawing to determine which of their applicants will receive funding. (Note: A representative from each applicant organization must be present at the meeting.)
In need of new computers for your organization? TechSoup offers a Refurbished Computer Initiative for nonprofit organizations to receive desktops at a low cost. (Note: Nonprofits may need to be a member of TechSoup to be eligible for this discount, but membership can be done fairly easily.) Details on the initiative can be found here:
Read about how several New Mexico nonprofits have found success in diversifying their income streams by building profit-generators into their core business model. While this approach may not work for all organizations, it can be a useful way of accomplishing one’s mission while generating additional revenue. For details, click here.
Center for Nonprofit Excellence in Albuquerque provides other training opportunities
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence, sponsored by United Way of Central New Mexico, provides ongoing low-cost training opportunities for nonprofits. If you are in the Albuquerque area, you may want to take advantage of their resources in training and other areas. We are also delighted that they have asked that our training series be advertised through their website, so we hope to see some regional nonprofits take advantage of our training sessions as well. Their training series can be reviewed here.
The Foundation Center offers a series of free webinars on different areas relevant to nonprofits. To check out the latest offerings, click here.