Spring 2017
Nonprofit Support Program


Contact Us
 
Annemarie Riemer,
Director

Meher Shulman,
Associate Director

Amy Studwell,
Senior Nonprofit Support Program Officer

Doug Shipman,
Senior Nonprofit Support Program Officer

Betsy Johnson,
Senior Nonprofit Support Program Associate   

Nonprofit Support Program Associate


 

 

 

10 Columbus Blvd., 8th Floor
Hartford, CT 06106
860-548-1888
Fax: 860-524-8346  

NSP@hfpg.org  

 

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Join Us for Our Spring Workshop Series
We are pleased to continue our popular workshop series, expressly for nonprofit executive directors and board leaders. Please share these dates with the appropriate board and staff members now, and mark your calendars. Invitations will be sent to executive directors five to six weeks prior to each session. Join your colleagues in Greater Hartford for useful information, conversation and networking!

Important Legal Issues for Your Nonprofit to Consider
Presenter: Priya Morganstern, Pro Bono Partnership, Inc.
(For Executive Directors and Board Members)
Thursday, March 2, 8:30 a.m. to Noon

Rightsizing Operations for Financial Sustainability
Presenter: Hilda Polanco, Fiscal Management Associates
( For Executive Directors, Finance Staff and Board Members)
Wednesday, May 24, 8:30 a.m. to Noon

The Donor Communications Test: Profitable and Proven Techniques in Communicating with Your Donors
Presenter: Tom Ahern
(For Executive Directors, Fund Development & Communications Staff and Board Members)
Thursday, June 15, 8:30 a.m. to Noon
 
Spring Special Event!
Becoming a Networked Nonprofit
Networked Nonprofits and the people who lead them are taking advantage of social media's ability to expand impact by connecting and building trust with people in their networks. This way of operating goes beyond simply using Facebook or Twitter, and requires a networked mindset where openness and authenticity are essential. Through this workshop you will gain an overview of future digital trends and what they mean for your communications strategy; understand how you can advance your nonprofit's mission, programs, and communications goals; assess your nonprofit in becoming a networked nonprofit; learn how to lead with a networked mindset; and learn the best practices of setting up an effective brand ambassadors strategy on social media using staff, board, and senior leaders.  
Presenter: Beth Kanter
(For Executive Directors, Fund Development and Communications Staff, Board Members and Consultants) Wednesday, April 12, 8:00 to 11:30 a.m.
  
The Hartford Public Library and CT Community Nonprofit Alliance Offer Workshops for Nonprofits 
 
The Hartford Public Library provides free workshops for nonprofits: http://www.hplct.org/library-services/nonprofits/workshops. Some of these workshops are offered in partnership with the Hartford Foundation in order to better meet the needs of smaller agencies, including So You've Decided to Build a Nonprofit: Now What? with Martey Rhine, which will be offered on March 15 from 9:00 a.m. to Noon.
Connecticut Community Nonprofit Alliance also offers workshops for nonprofits: Click here to see the schedule 
Could a Discovery Session Help Your Smaller or All-Volunteer Organization?

Click here to learn more about how this planning tool could enable your nonprofit, with the assistance of a skilled facilitator, to address a specific developmental need of your choosing.

NSP Responds to Community Need with Support for Leadership Development Roundtable

Third Sector New England's recent study of nonprofit leadership, Essential Shifts for a Thriving Nonprofit Sector, highlighted the retirement of Baby Boomer executive directors and the need to support new, emerging leaders. As a result, NSP is supporting the Hartford-area cohort of the Leadership Development Roundtable (LDR), a unique and highly rated program aimed at supporting the development of emerging leaders in the nonprofit sector. This year's participants include:
Kristin Anderson,
Women's Institute for Housing and Economic Development
Celina Kuemper,
Journey Found 
Nadia De La Puente,
Operation Fuel
Julie Piepenbring,
Adelbrook 
Sarah Fox, 
CT Coalition to End Homelessness
Joel Rivera,
Connecticut Association for Human Services 
Ketih Garbart,
Winding Trails 
Johany Rodriguez,
Billings Forge Community Works 
Catherine Hallisey,
Foodcorps Connecticut 
Amanda Roy,
Greater Hartford Arts Council 
Natasha Harris,
Urban League of Greater Hartford 
Elizabeth Sitler,
NAFI-CT 
Aaron Hogue,
Project Genesis 
Cassandra Sullivan,
Our Piece of the Pie 

What Will the New FASB Accounting Standards Mean for Your Nonprofit?
Click here to learn more.

To learn about how NSP's Executive Transition Program can help your board to do the proper planning required to successfully transition to a new Executive Director, click here or contact Meher Shulman at (860) 548-1888 x1047 or mshulman@hfpg.org.