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March 31, 2015

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Five ways to ensure your nonprofit's new name hits the mark

By Sarah Moore, senior strategist, Mission Minded

When they need a name change, our clients partner with us to guide them through the process. Changing a nonprofit's name is one of the most invigorating efforts an organization's leaders can undertake. When a name no longer serves your organization-or worse, leads to confusion-a change absolutely must be made.

We understand that a name change is an important milestone for your nonprofit, so we're sharing five tips to ensure that your new name, if you're ready and brave enough to make a change, will hit the mark.

Naming is hard. It requires reflection and commitment from a nonprofit's leadership team. That said, nothing offers greater opportunity for breathing new life into an established organization or cementing the vision of a new one. Read more.

How groups make great decisions

By Matthew Scharpnick, chief strategy officer, Elefint Designs for Stanford Social Innovation Review

When organizations enlist employees in making major decisions, such as a going through a rebranding or strategic planning, the process is crucial to reaching a successful outcome.

Unfortunately, we often rely on default modes of brainstorming and communication, diving in without a clear plan. These methods rarely bring out the best in participants. By intentionally crafting a decision-making process, organizations can greatly increase the chances that the best ideas will emerge and that the team will embrace them enthusiastically.

In 2012, the nonprofit Youth Art Exchange (formerly known as Out of Site Youth Arts Center) began a rebranding process. Disagreement quickly surfaced about the need to change the organization's name, with longer-serving staff mostly representing the opposition and newer staff in support. Read more.

The hazards and rewards of rebranding

By Gardiner Morse, senior editor, Harvard Business Review

Two venerable brands have recently sidelined their names in favor of initials. National Public Radio now wants to be known as "NPR" while the Young Men's Christian Association - the YMCA - has abbreviated its abbreviation to, simply, "The Y."

But aren't "NPR" and "The Y" already de facto brand names? Absolutely, and so the rebranding is hardly risky. Both organizations imagine that making their initials official will better capture who they truly are. "NPR", the Washington Post reports, is meant to convey that the media company is much more than just radio; "The Y", reports The Guardian, represents a "major brand revitalization" according to the organization, a "momentous event" in the words of group vice president Audrey Haynes. Read more.

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A 2015 governance checklist

By Yvonne de Calonne, CPA and Stephanie Allgeyer, CPA, CFE, VonLehman

"Good governance" is one of the hottest topics in the nonprofit world these days. Although the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) was passed to regulate for-profit businesses, nonprofits have been strongly encouraged to adopt certain SOX regulations, including a conflict-of-interest policy and financial statement review guidelines.

More recently, the IRS has revised Form 990 to include several questions regarding governance policies and board members' roles in performing fiduciary activities. And the increasing power of charity watchdog groups means that nonprofits must try to put a responsible face forward to the public.

Some states mandate that nonprofits adopt practices such as forming an audit committee, but most good governance guidelines are only suggestions. It's no surprise then that many charities have trouble defining the term "good" and putting it into practice. Read more.

People on the move

Kendee Kolp is the new executive director and chief executive officer at Reach For Youth. Previously she was a campaign associate for United Way of Johnson County.

The Indianapolis Art Center has hired Mary Keleher as director of finance.

Simon Youth Foundation (SYF) announced Tamra Wright, former director of Turnaround Schools for the City of Indianapolis, has joined the Indianapolis-based national nonprofit as vice president of programs. — Inside Indiana Business

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana is pleased to welcome Lisa Busse as chief development officer.

Music for All promoted Erin Fortune to marketing manager. — The Indy Star

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has announced the following appointments: Erik Hayes, vice president for student affairs and dean of students; Kristen Loyd, director of student services; and Kyle Rhodes, associate director of residence life. — Inside Indiana Business

Wabash College has appointed Michael Thorp dean for enrollment management. He previously served in a similar role at Millsaps College in Mississippi. — Inside Indiana Business

The University of Indianapolis has named Anita Jones Thomas dean of its School of Psychological Sciences. She most recently served as associate dean of academic affairs and research at Loyola University Chicago's School of Education. — Inside Indiana Business

The Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis has appointed Katy Cantor chief philanthropy officer. She previously served in a similar role at Indiana University Health. — Inside Indiana Business


Cathedral High School reported that its 38th annual ShamrAuction, the school's February fundraiser, raised $560,000 for tuition assistance, academic programs, student activities and faculty development. The event broke both fundraising and attendance records.

Eli Lilly and Company Foundation donated $250,000 to expand Community Health Network's Zero Suicides initiative. This major gift will be used to save Hoosier lives through early intervention and prevention, constructing a Central Indiana crisis network and using innovative diagnostic and treatment protocols. Read more.

Providence Cristo Rey High School has received a $54,500 grant from USA Funds. The grant will fund five student corporate work-study jobs and the annual fees for the school's Urban Ministries program. Read more.

A $30,000 grant to Indiana Connected By 25 from The Indianapolis Foundation, A CICF affiliate, will help fund a new Healthy Connections Learning Laboratory to address the poor health outcomes facing older foster youth through education. Read more.

Hamilton County Area Neighborhood Development (HAND) held its first March Madness Casino Night event and raised funds for two new community initiatives, Neighborhoods NOW & Helping HAND. Read more.

Indianapolis Public Schools #94 and Buckingham Companies, a property management firm and designer of CityWay, have teamed up to create a new food pantry to serve families on the Eastside. Students from the school will also volunteer at the pantry that will benefit the 410 students attending the school.

Do you know of an outstanding father in Marion County who has developed strong relationships within his family and his community? Nominate him today for the Heart of a Father Award, presented by Managed Health Services (MHS). Read more.

Professional development

Leadership across cultures, a cross-cultural leadership development series developed on April 17, 24 and May 1 at the International Center (Regions Bank Tower, One Indiana Square, 5th floor conference center). Information about the curriculum, guest speakers, cost and how to register here.

Nonprofit CFO peer group on April 16 from 8:30 -10 a.m. at the Lumina Foundation (30 S. Meridian St., Suite 700). Check-in/networking begins at 8:15 a.m. Shepherd Financial will provide CFOs an informational session about fiduciary liability, particularly as it relates to 401(k) plans and an overview of how to protect yourself and organization, along with some best practice ideas. To register click here.

100 ways to improve inclusive schools on April 18 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Down syndrome Indiana (708 E Michigan St.) Tickets are $45 each and include lunch. For more information, click here.

Breakthrough conversations workshop on April 21 from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. at the Accent On Business (12400 North Meridian Street, Suite 170, Carmel). Participants will learn the art of successfully holding difficult conversations with others, through effective and influential communication. Cost is $35. For more information or to register, click here.

Strategic planning: Preparing to map your organization's future webinar on April 15 at noon.
How can you turn your organization's dreams into reality? This complimentary webinar presented by Johnson, Grossnickle and Associations will explore the vital role that strategic plans have internally and describe a process for developing a comprehensive plan. Register now.

Staying focused: Putting lessons from a big-budget director to work for you on April 14 from 11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Marott Apartments (2625 N. Meridian St.). Cost $40 with discount (includes lunch).Learn about the wise use of research in every aspect of marketing and the importance of story structure. For more information and to register, click here or info@indyama.com or 317-361-2977.

From Dreaming to Doing Workshop on May 7 and 14 from 6 - 9 p.m. at the John H. Boner Community Center. Develop a clear job search plan and the ability to translate your resume from for-profit lingo to nonprofit functionality. For more information and to register click here.

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Volunteer opportunities

Please send your needs and donations of supplies, equipment, and furniture plus volunteer opportunities and requests to IndyNews@NotforProfitNews.com.

Indianapolis Museum of Art needs volunteers for tram tour driver and narrator. Duties include driving the tram through a preset route Tuesdays through Sundays from 11:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. and basic maintenance. Training is offered on April 1 from 9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. or April 3 from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. To sign up for one of these or future trainings, contact Chris Morehead at cmorehead@imamuseum.org.

The Damien Center is looking for volunteers for its annual event, Dining Out for Life, on April 30th at noon. Volunteers talk with diners about the Center and Dining Out for Life, asking for donations and other interactions with the guests. Suggested five-hour commitment. For more information, click here or contact Hannah Schumacher at hschumacher@damien.org or 317-632-0123 x272.

Auntie Mame's Child Development Center is seeking volunteers, with a background in finance, marketing and human resources to serve on its board of directors. Members attend bi?monthly meetings. Contact Syretta Warren, interim executive director, at swarren@amcdc.org.

Host an exchange student. International student exchange students come to the U.S. with an excitement to learn, their own insurance and spending money. Indiana host families are asked to provide a loving home and three meals per day. To learn more, contact Melissa Plunkett at melajone@yahoo.com or 317-989-6045 or click here.

United Way of Central Indiana is seeking volunteers to register for its spring annual Day of Caring, on April 10 or April 11 for several hours. Registration is open to any interested individuals, families, business groups and organizations. Learn more.


Donation: The American Legion Auxiliary has an assortment of all-occasion cards (happy birthday, get well, sympathy, holiday cards, etc.) gift bags, sealing stickers with pens and notepads. For more information contact, Carley O'Connor at coconnor@alaforveterans.org or 317-569-4537.

Donations: Heavy-duty snow blower from Sears that runs well/seldom used and also a knee walker that is like new. Contact Bill at billcoit@hotmail.com or 317-841-0744 and leave a message.

Donation: 20-30 Meridian digital telephones model M3904 phone systems. Contact Lexi Meyer at lexi.meyer@ashfieldhealthcare.com.


National news

The No. 1 secret of raising lots of money? Facetime with major gift donors. We all know that is where smart fundraisers should be spending their time, but it can be really tough to get out of your office. And that's a problem when you're trying to raise serious money.

What's needed to become a nonprofit board change agent?

Fifteen ways to raise funds for your nonprofit

Sponsors' insights

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Human resources

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Technology, software, services

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Netlink, Inc.: An information technology service provider delivering best practice information, technology guidance, implementation and support in order to contribute to nonprofits' mission and success.


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FTM LLC: works solely with nonprofits on bookkeeping, audit preparation, outsourced controller and CFO services.

VonLehman CPA and Advisory Company:nonprofit focused CPA- and advisory-firm providing accounting, tax, business advisory and turnaround services.

Professional Development

Accent On Business: Develops public speaking and presentation skills, executive presence, and message delivery skills for nonprofit leaders and their teams.


Banking/asset management

The National Bank of Indianapolis: the bank of choice for nonprofit organizations.

Horizon Bank: a community bank with a proud legacy of service offering cash management and wealth services for nonprofits.


Alerding CPA Group: provides board governance, training, consulting and succession planning.

Charitable Advisors:BoardSource-certified governance trainer, support for board-led ED/CEO search process.


UIndy/MPH: Master's of Public Health is the newest graduate degree program at UIndy that prepares professionals to identify health disparities and develop community-based approaches.

School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI: At SPEA, people learn how to work in government, nonprofit and business roles to make positive changes in their communities, their states, their countries and the world.

Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: The nation's first school of philanthropy is dedicated to improving philanthropy to improve the world by training and empowering students and professionals to be innovators and leaders who create positive and lasting change.

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Master of Jurisprudence graduate degree program prepares professionals with the legal knowledge to enhance, and potentially advance their careers.

UIndy/MAAS: Master's of Arts in Applied Sociology is a graduate degree program that prepares students for today's ever-changing world. Emphasis is on the practical application of social science research to solve contemporary social problems and develop skills for a variety of careers. Provides a strong foundation for Ph.D. programs.


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Featured internship positions

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Intern, Human Resources & Diversity - United Way of Central Indiana. (Internship, May - August 2015) The Intern provides coordination, support and assistance with events, projects and functions of the Human Resources Department. This Intern will also receive a broad overview of the day...more

Intern, Back Pack Attack Central Indiana Northwest - United Way of Central Indiana. (Intern, May 20 - August 7, 2015) Provide support and coordination of United Way of Central Indiana's Back Pack Attack in Boone County. The intern will handle the logistics, communication needs, and documentation to ensure...more

Intern, Back Pack Attack, Central Indiana North - Hamilton Co. - United Way of Central Indiana. (Temporary - Intern, May - August) Provide support and coordination of United Way of Central Indiana's Back Pack Attack in Hamilton County. The intern will handle the logistics, communication needs, and documentation...more

Intern, Communications - United Way of Central Indiana. (Internship, May 2015 - August 2015) The communications intern will work with the Marketing team to create clear, compelling, SEO-friendly content for United Way digital communications. Concentration will be in the...more

VISTA position, Nutrition Programs - Indy Hunger Network. (Beginning June 8, 2015 - One-year term) VISTA members placed at IHN work directly with the Board President and will develop partnerships with non-profit and government entities to expand access to healthy food...more

Americorps VISTAs - The Oaks Academy. Are you a recent college grad or current college senior looking for a 'gap' year of service or a way to get real-world experience before you start your career? The Oaks Academy is hiring 4 Americorps VISTA members...more

Intern, Communications/Development - Children's Bureau. Looking for a social entrepreneurship? Children's Bureau is looking for CREATIVE, IMAGINATIVE and ENERGETIC intern(s) to work as a collective intelligence in developing multiple, complimentary social media campaigns...more

This week's jobs

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Executive Director - Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center @ Crooked Creek. The Executive Director is the chief executive officer of the Center and is accountable for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic direction of the organization. The Executive Director is also responsible...more

Chief Executive Officer - Indiana Electric Cooperatives (IEC). Indiana Electric Cooperatives (IEC) is seeking a Chief Executive Officer with strong leadership abilities, who will bring vision and an innovative member-focused mindset to this 80-year-old, industry-leading organization...more

Administration/Customer Service

Bilingual Administrative Assistant - St. Mary's Child Center. Administrative Assistant will be responsible for front office duties and provide translation assistance for staff and Spanish speaking preschool children and families...more

Church Office Administrator (part-time) - First Congregational Church, UCC. An immediate opening is available for a part-time Office Administrator position averaging 30 hours during the school year and 10 hours in the summer. Administrative support is given to the Church including: pastor...more

Fund Development

Business Development Manager - Downtown Indy. Downtown Indy exists to improve Downtown Indianapolis. It is the city's official nonprofit organization empowered to address critical issues that affect growth well-being and user friendliness of Downtown Indianapolis...more

Chief Development Officer - Conner Prairie Interactive History Park. Founded in the 1930's, Conner Prairie Interactive History Park offers families a place to come together and connect with history, science, nature, art and most importantly one another. Conner Prairie is one of the top magnetic...more

Senior Director of Development, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering - Purdue Research Fdn. The Purdue Research Foundation has an opening for a Senior Director of Development in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The mission of the Purdue Research Foundation is to advance Pu rdue University's...more

Database Coordinator - Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is seeking a Database Coordinator to serve as a valuable team member within their comprehensive fundraising program. The successful candidate will focus on the gift processing...more

Foundation Relations Officer - The Children's Museum of Indianapolis. Are you a great writer? Do you love education? We're looking for an individual with grant writing and grant management experience to help develop relationships with foundations in support of innovative learning experiences...more


Chapter Development Specialist - Sigma Theta Tau International. Our purpose is to support learning and professional development of nursing professionals through knowledge dissemination. Our 130,000 active nurse members reside in countries across the globe and are recognized...more

Director of Affiliate Programs - Habitat for Humanity of Indiana. Habitat for Humanity of Indiana (HFHIN) is a non-profit ecumenical Christian housing ministry seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as a direct link to our affiliates in the field. A successful candidate will have...more


Staff Accountant - Indianapolis Art Center. Are you looking for a small, supportive environment where you can do your best work every day? Are you tired of the cold bureaucracy of the corporate world? The Indianapolis Art Center is looking for someone who is organized...more

Accounts Receivable Clerk (part-time) - Division of Homeland Ministries, dba Disciples Home Missions. The Accounts Receivable Clerk will secure revenue by verifying and posting receipts; resolving...more


Associate (part-time) - St. Mary's Child Center. Part Time Associate position to assist Lead teachers in the classroom instructing 3-5 year old preschool children utilizing the Reggio...more

Substitute (part-time) - St. Mary's Child Center. Part Time Substitute position to assist Lead and Associate teachers in the classroom instructing 3-5 year old preschool children utilizing the Reggio Emilia curriculum and/or assist with before...more

Caregivers - Senior Home Companions. If you have a passion for directly helping people and tangibly impacting their lives, Senior Home Companions could be a wonderful place for you. From connecting clients with friendship and companionship to...more

Client Coordinator - Senior Home Companions. If you have a passion for directly helping people and tangibly impacting their lives, SHC could be a wonderful place for you. SHC serves older adults in Indianapolis with our unique blend of personalized assistance...more

Project Coordinator, Center for Aging & Community - University of Indianapolis. The Center for Aging & Community (CAC) at the University of Indianapolis is seeking applicants for a Project Coordinator. This is a full-time, twelve-month, exempt staff position. This position is funded by a grant beginning...more

Coach / Administrative Assistant - Rock Steady Boxing, Inc. Rock Steady Boxing's mission is to empower people to "fight back" against Parkinson's disease. We are looking for a special person to join our team and make a real difference in the lives of people with Parkinson's...more

Resource Facilitator - PACE, Inc. The Brain Injury Resource Facilitator is intended to support client, family, state agencies, discharge planners/case managers, medical and allied health team personnel, employers and the organization in achieving...more

Employment Advisor - Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, Inc. The Employment Advisor coordinates and manages the recruiting, intake, eligibility, enrollment, orientation, advising, and follow-up activities for Mission Advancement members and their family who are in need of employment...more

Youth Therapist (part-time) - Reach For Youth, Inc. Reach For Youth, Inc. is looking for part time Youth Therapists at our Indianapolis and Greenwood locations. Candidates must have MSW or MFT from accredited school, licensed by the State of Indiana as a LSW, LMFT or...more

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Last week's jobs


Vice President of Organizational Excellence - Easter Seals TriState - Cincinnati,OH. Easter Seals TriState is adding to our Leadership Team! We are looking for a dynamic person to be Vice President of Organizational Excellence. Easter Seals TriState empowers individuals with disabilities and disadvantages...more

Executive Director - Auntie Mame's Child Development Center. To assume leadership of a $1.3 million non?profit agency of approximately 40 employees and 160 children and their families by maintaining agency sustainability, promoting growth in community awareness and enrollment...more

Administration/Customer Service

Manufacturing Association Office Manager - First Resource, Inc. First Resource, Inc. is a professional association management company serving the needs of small to mid-sized manufacturing based trade groups. With nearly 17 years in business, First Resource is known for its service based...more

Office Manager - Early Learning Indiana. Early Learning Indiana is seeking an experienced individual to assume the role of Office Manager for one of our Day Early Learning Centers. The Office Manager is the initial center contact for parents/visitors and is responsible...more

Database Mgmt/Systems

System Operations Coordinator, Financial Aid Office - Univ. of Indianapolis. The Coordinator for Financial Aid System Operations is responsible for daily computing systems operations and serves as back up for the Assistant Director for Financial...more

Fund Development/Research

Regional Director - National FFA Organization. Primary responsibility is to solicit funds from corporate sponsors in support of FFA Mission and for Agricultural Education. To manage all aspects of corporate account management involved in fundraising. Account...more

Development Director - Global Orphan Foundation. Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director, the Development Director will spearhead development efforts as the Global Orphan Foundation continues to grow. A new position in the organization, the...more

Director of Major & Planned Gifts - Community Foundation of Morgan County. The Director of Major & Planned Gifts for the Community Foundation of Morgan County (CFMC) is a newly designed position within the Foundation to capture community interest in the $1 million Lilly Endowment GIFT VI...more

Fund Development Manager - Indiana Youth Institute. A vibrant statewide nonprofit is recruiting a dynamic fundraising professional to increase our organization's revenues...more

Campaign Specialist - The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is looking for a Campaign Specialist to manage and implement many aspects of the Light the Night Walk and Man & Woman of the Year...more

Donor Marketing Specialist - Indiana Blood Center. The Donor Marketing Specialist will produce actionable, turnkey programs that increase donor frequency and ingrain Indiana Blood Center as a Community Partner of choice among established and potential donors and blood...more

Assistant Director of Lifetime Engagement - Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity, Inc. The Assistant Director of Lifetime Engagement coordinates many of Alpha Chi Omega's alumnae services and programming and plays an integral role in the success of providing members with a thriving alumnae experience...more


Area Representative - International Student Exchange. Looking for a rewarding job with flexible hours? Become an Area Representative with International student Exchange! International Student Exchange is currently recruiting in all of Central Indiana. Meet children from all over...more

Community Builder - Community Alliance of the Far Eastside, Inc. A comprehensive neighborhood development organization is seeking a full time Community Builder for the implementation of the Far Eastside Quality of Life Plan and to increase resident engagement in the overall community...more

Volunteer Engagement Specialist - Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis. The Volunteer Engagement Specialist will assist with the recruitment, screening, training, and retention of volunteers to facilitate the delivery of curricula based girl-specific programs. Requires Bachelor's degree and preferably...more

Club Support Analyst - Kiwanis International. If you have a passion for service and want to make an impact on an international level, consider joining the team at Kiwanis International, a community-service member association. We are seeking an innovative and solutions...more


Business Coach, (part-time) - Business Ownership Initiative. Business Ownership Initiative is a local not-for-profit which provides technical assistance, micro lending and workshop opportunities to entrepreneurs wishing to start or expand a small business. The Business Coach provides...more


Associate Director for Programming - College Mentors for Kids. College Mentors is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as a direct link to our campus-based mentor program and college student volunteers at our collegiate chapters. The associate director for programming...more

Leadership Specialist - Sigma Theta Tau International. Our purpose is to support learning and professional development of nursing professionals through knowledge dissemination. Our 130,000 active nurse members reside in countries across the globe and are recognized...more

Substance Abuse Counselor - Emberwood Center. Emberwood Center promotes growth, respect and integrity through community-based services to address the cycle of addiction with individuals and families. The qualified candidate will carry out the mission of Emberwood...more

Independent Living Advocate, Older Blind/Visually Impaired Program - accessABILITY Center. AccessABILITY is a Center for Independent Living that supports and promotes the independence of people of all ages and disabilities living in Central Indiana through education, individual services and advocacy. The Advocate...more

Assistant Food Pantry Coordinator (part-time), The Cupboard of Lawrence Township. This position exists to assist the Food Pantry Coordinator in the day-to-day operations of The Cupboard of Lawrence Township, a food pantry that serves over 1,200 families each month. This is a part-time, contract position...more

Project Manager - Riley Area Development Corporation. Riley Area Development Corporation (RADC) is a non-profit community development corporation that has used affordable housing to transform urban neighborhoods in and near downtown...more


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