SAVE THE DATE: ANNUAL MEDIA SUMMIT
|The Future of Media and the Impact on Nonprofits|
April 4, 8:30am - 12:30pm
Senior Editor of The Washington Post
Join us for a discussion on how nonprofits can best navigate the ever-changing face and structure of The Washington Post and other news outlets in the region.
Reporters and editors from: The Chronicle of Philanthropy, DCist, Patch, WAMU 88.5, Washington Business Journal, Washington City Paper and The Washington Post will be in attendance.
Registration and full agenda coming soon. Send questions and comments to Malcolm.
ADVOCACY: PUTTING A FACE ON COMMUNITY NEEDS
Help us show the value and need for nonprofit resources to help our most vulnerable residents and support our region's vitality. The most compelling stories are from your real experiences providing housing, food, clothing, mental and physical health care, job training and other services to our region's most vulnerable residents. Please answer this short survey
and help us put a human face on our community's neighbors in need. We will only share stories in the aggregate. For more information, visit Think Twice
PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY CEO TABLE
for CEOs in Prince George's County with budgets under $1M
March 28, 12pm - 12noon
Location: TBD, National Harbor
Tables for Ten are an opportunity to participate in a confidential, candid 3-part series of peer discussions. Come together to share best practices and innovations, and problem solve.
MENTOR FUTURE LEADERS
YNPNdc invites DC nonprofit managers and CEO's to participate in an innovative, online-based mentoring program with mentees from YNPNdc's Professional Membership program. Find out more and join online
|Our Twitter Member feed always has the latest news on members.
|Terri Lee Freeman wrote a response to a recent Chronicle for Philanthropy op-ed that criticized giving outside the realm of social services on the CFNCR blog.
DC Fiscal Policy Institute is advising the DC Council to add a surplus to the rainy-day fund, rather than offset the cost of rolling back a tax on wealthy residents, reports The DCist. In other news, DCFPI's Jessica Fulton wrote about the Fair Budget Coalition's advocacy efforts on the 2013 budget on the DCFPI blog.
|February 12: Join THEARC for a Wacky and Whimsical Tea to benefit THEARC's programs. Purchase your tickets online. |
February 13: Join Public Allies Washington, DC for a reception to celebrate the launch of Everyone Leads with author and Public Allies International CEO Paul Schmitz. RSVP by email.
February 15: Marymount's Reston Center hosts a Graduate Business and Nonprofit Management Programs Information Session. RSVP online, or by calling 703-284-5902.
February 23: The Washington Business Journal presents The Outstanding Directors Awards. For more information, contact Whitney Suntum at 703-258-0854.
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