CONNECTING CORPORATE SURPLUS TO FILL NON-PROFIT NEEDS

Seminars

IMG_2015-1-1200pxBuilding Blocks for Nonprofits is a monthly seminar series covering topics of interest to our nonprofit members in order to build their skills in these areas. Topics have included grant-writing and other fundraising strategies, human resources topics such as team building and recruiting/retaining quality staff, marketing topics including social media and PR, and management training among many others.

Seminars are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 8:30-11:30am at:

Interact for Health
Rookwood Tower, 5th Floor
3805 Edwards Road
Cincinnati, OH 45209

Cost:

  • $35 ReSource members/$25 early-bird registration, deadline 10 days prior
  • $45 non-members/$35 early-bird registration, deadline 10 days prior

Register


2018 Schedule 

Date Event Name Presenter(s)
April 3* Team Building Otis Williams, Camp Joy
May 9  Event Planning Betsy Zelek
June 13  Grants: Proposal Writing and Management Karen Williams
May 9  Building a Better Board – Which Game are You Playing? Pat Seuberling

Building Blocks for Nonprofits is sponsored by:

Interact for Health 

Descriptions and information from our past seminars.

Grants: Proposal Writing and Management

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Held at Rookwood Tower
3805 Edwards Road, 5th Floor
Interact for Health ChoiceCare Room

Program:

Maximize your fundraising success through writing a compelling proposal.  Identify the right foundations, study their guidelines, and learn ways to ensure that you are managing the grant properly. 


Presenter:
Karen Williams
VP Development and Donor Relations
Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty

Building a Better Board – Which Game are You Playing?

Wednesday, July 11, 2018
8:30-11:30 a.m.
Held at Rookwood Tower
3805 Edwards Road, 5th Floor
Interact for Health ChoiceCare Room

Program:

Is your Board a role of the dice? This session will cover:

The Dating Game – a board’s function, role and responsibilities
The Match Game – how to move the board forward, the working relationship with the Executive Director, the agency and the community
And Battleship – how to avoid sinking your volunteers and agency


Presenter:
Pat Seuberling, Volunteer Consultant, Executive Service Corps-Cincinnati

Pat is an accomplished nonprofit executive with more than twenty years’ experience in leadership and development.