NEW MEMBER WELCOMES
Enterprise Community Partners and David Bowers work includes facilitating affordable housing and community development deals in collaboration with government agencies, lenders, corporate and nonprofit developers in our region. They also provide capacity building and technical assistance to local nonprofit developers. Follow Enterprise on Facebook and Twitter.
The Roundtable welcomes Professionals for Nonprofits as a corporate member. PNP provides a full array of employment services to nonprofits. Check out their 2010 Salary Survey for our region. Win an iPad by filling out their survey!
July 13: RECOVERY + RESPONSE = REVENUE
Fund Dev't With Your Board; for CEOs & Board Members
Location: The World Bank, in the District
Register by July 8 (Discount for Roundtable Members)
Convened with Leadership Greater Washington and Orr
This dialogue examines the impact of the economic recovery, what the future holds, and methods to accelerate philanthropic growth. Features: John Wm.Thomas (Orr Associates), Viki Betancourt (World Bank), Rose Ann Cleveland (Cafritz Foundation) and Adrian Fenty and others.
July 26: HEALTH CARE REPORT & NONPROFITS
Location: ExxonMobil - 3225 Gallows Rd. Fairfax, VA
A light breakfast will be provided | Click here to register
Convened by Nonprofit NoVA
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is the largest expansion of health care and access in decades. CEOs, Exec Directors and HR staff can learn about key provisions of federal legislation, the status of implementation in Virginia, and key roles for nonprofits for clients and employees.
Featured: Prince William County Supervisor and Greater Prince William Health Clinic CEO Frank Principi and Mara Youdelman, Managing Attorney in the Washington DC office of the National Health Law Program.
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Check out our list of opportunities and deadlines including deadlines for the Center for Nonprofit Advancement nominations for the 2011 EXCEL Awards, sponsored by Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman.
The DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation announced 1000 DC Opportunity Scholarships for private school attendance, according to The Washington Post.
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The DC City Council approved its
FY12 budget in mid-June, establishing restoration priorities for any anticipated surplus. However, as currently legislated, the estimated $77 million won't cover top priority managed care contracts, leading elected officials to reconsider their surplus allocations. No reconsideration process or timeline has yet been released.
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities leads a group of national organizations, "urging the importance of reducing deficits without increasing poverty," according to a press release.
VA Gov. McDonnell is asking for State employees' to help balance their budget, according to WAMU 88.5FM.