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The Support Kansas City (SKC) newsletter helps you stay informed on the latest topics and trends that help your nonprofit organization run more efficiently.
THIS QUARTER'S TOPICS
Shared Services
Every quarter SKC highlights one of its many services that you may or may not be taking advantage of.
 
Shared Spaces
Check out these useful spaces where nonprofits can thrive. Great ideas on how you can have space to do good.
 
Shared Resources
Need supplies? Here are some cost-effective ways to get the resources you need to run a more efficient organization.
 
Shared Voices
Read SKC's latest installment of Shared Voices, where some highly qualified experts share their viewpoints on topics of interest to nonprofits. 
 
SHARED SERVICES SharedServices
Do New Department of Labors Overtime Rules 
take effect December 1, 2016
What are these rules and what impact do they have on the nonprofit community?
Once upon a time there was a nonprofit in Missouri. This nonprofit had a $2M budget and many full-time salaried employees making an average salary of $35,000 each. The nonprofit held many events in the summer, including performances and fundraisers. The happy employees willingly worked 50-60 hours each week to deliver the mission and to pull off successful fundraisers.

Then one day the Department of Labor issued final rules relating to overtime and the nonprofit world was to never be the same.....
Such is the world nonprofits will live in effective December 1, 2016. A world where they will very likely be exposed to paying overtime to employees if they do not understand the new rules and modify the structure of employee pay or work expectations.

 
Staff News
WELCOME BRIAN HUEBEN

Brian joined Support Kansas City as a Client Accounting Manager in June 2016. Brian's experience includes work in for profit and nonprofit communities in Kansas City, New York and Los Angeles.  Those career opportunities provided Brian with knowledge of internal auditing, accounting and budgetary development and planning in large for profit entities, and 22 years of experience in financial accounting and reporting, budgets, 990's, donor relations, human resources and administration in nonprofit entities.


WELCOME LAURA RAYBURN

Laura joined Support Kansas City as Client Support Staff in July 2016. Laura is a graduate of the University of Kansas with almost 5 years of experience working in non-profit. She has experience in both database management and development.


WELCOME JOANNE CURRY

Joanne joined Support Kansas City as a Bookkeeper in September 2016. She has served as the Director of Operations for Missouri Contemporary Ballet and Owen/Cox Dance Group, and brings over five years of non-profit administration experience, including bookkeeping, fundraising, and database management. She holds a BFA in Ballet Performance and Teaching from the University of Utah.  Joanne is passionate about the arts and non-profit communities of Kansas City.


WELCOME ELLEN BERGSTROM

Ellen joined Support Kansas City as Office Administrator in September 2016. She has earned both a Master of Science in Family Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Family Studies and Human Services with a minor in Women's Studies from Kansas State University. She was raised in the Kansas City metro and has a heart for local nonprofits and the families they serve. Ellen has over four years working with nonprofits, including volunteering in the community, internships and her professional work.


SHARED SPACES SharedSpaces
Shared Spaces at Nonprofit Leadership Alliance
The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance has been building a talent pipeline for nearly 70 years. Since 1948, the Alliance has been working to increase our impact in the nonprofit sector by offering our nationally recognized credential, the Certified Nonprofit Professional or CNP.

The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri for many reasons. Arguably, our main reason is our founder, H. Roe Bartle - a Kansas City icon, former mayor and Boy Scout leader. Bartle thrived in the Kansas City community and made a conscious effort to build a solid foundation for the local sector. 
                                                                                                                                                    
  Making our home in Kansas City is only appropriate. We are dedicated to building strong leadership, strong communities and strong organizations and Kansas City is one of our country's most active philanthropic communities.
SHARED RESOURCES SharedResources
Sharing Resources for Nonprofits Like You
Celebrate the Life of Ewing Marion Kauffman

Ewing Marion Kauffman saw himself as a common man who achieved uncommon things. This year, in celebration of his 100th birthday, the Kauffman Foundation challenged itself and others to live up to Mr. Kauffman's expectations, to give back and "Be Uncommon".

REACH Foundation's Rural Health Initiative 

In 2012, the REACH Foundation created the Rural Health Initiative (RHI) with a goal of breaking through persistent barriers to health care access for rural residents who are low income and medically underserved. The initiative focused on three rural counties in Kansas and Missouri that are part of the REACH service area. 

In October 2016, the foundation convened rural health partners, technical assistance providers, foundation leaders and others engaged in rural health to reflect on the experiences and results of the initiative. Read more about the RHI here. 

Read more about the foundation's original approach to the initiative and how it adjusted that approach in response to its rural partners' experiences. 

Financial Accounting Standards Board

FASB issued an Accounting Standards Update that simplifies and improves how a not-for-profit organization classifies its net assets, as well as the information it presents in financial statements and notes about its liquidity, financial performance, and cash flows. Ammendents are effective for annual financial statements issued for fiscal years beginning after December 15, 2017. 

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The Basics and Beyond: 2016 Nonprofit Leadership Conference 

Join this one-day nonprofit leadership conference in Kansas City co-hosted by Nonprofit Missouri and the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership at the Bloch School of Management. The conference will bring together professionals from across the nonprofit sector to learn from notable experts and thought leaders.
 
Keynote Speaker: Jan Masaoka, CEO of the California Association of Nonprofits            
Jan is a leading writer and thinker on nonprofit organizations with particular emphasis on boards of directors, business planning, and the role of nonprofits in society. Her books include Best of the Board Café , Nonprofit Sustainability: Making Strategic Decisions for Financial Viability , and The Nonprofit's Guide to HR . Jan founded and wrote for the Blue Avocado magazine with 64,000 subscribers.  Prior to CalNonprofits and Blue Avocado, she served 14 years as executive director of CompassPoint Nonprofit Services in which position she was named Nonprofit Executive of the Year by Nonprofit Times .
HCC Launches Rural Jobsite!

Health Care Collaborative of Rural Missouri is making rural hires easier by helping employers and job seekers connect. 

Kansas City Cultural Competency Initiative
KCCCI's Learning Community meetings are open to the public. The next meeting is Wednesday, November 16, from 8:30-10:30am.

This month, Tracie McClendon-Cole, Deputy Director of the KCMO Health Department, and Rashid Junaid, Aim4Peace Violence Prevention Manage, will be presenting on Violence & Anti-Violence as a Public Health Issue.

Meetings take place at
MCC Penn V alley Campus Center  Room CC503
3201 Southwest Trafficway
Kansas City, MO 64111

Please email culturalcompetency@supportkc.org with questions, or to RSVP. 

The Millennial Impact

Discover the Millennial Generation and their desire to do good. Follow the link below to read reports such as Millennial Running Study, Millennial Impact Top 100, Millennial Impact Benchmarks, Millennial Donors Report, Millennial Impact Report Webinar, #GivingTuesday, and more. 

Read More >>

Mid-America Regional Council Trainings & Events

Did you know that the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) offers trainings? Click  here to see a list of upcoming courses. 

Small Shifts, Big Changes; Workshop on Leveraging Nonprofit Capacity for Advocacy Impact - An Interactive Advocacy Learning Community Workshop 


Tuesday, November 15, 2016 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM (CST)
MCC Penn Valley Community College - Room CC503

By: Melinda Lewis, Advocacy Expert and Professor at the University of Kansas 
Hosted By: Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City, REACH Healthcare Foundation, Francis Family Foundation, and Support KC

Breakfast will be provided. 
Click here for Parking Information (Free) and Directions to the Campus Center. 
Click here to Register. 


Connecting for Good - PC systems and Laptops

Connecting for Good is offering complete desktop PC systems with LCD monitor, keyboard and mouse starting at just $50.00 since their inventory has grown. Laptops start at $100.00.  
 
Click here for more information

SHARED VOICES SharedVoices
Nonprofit Leaders that Build Community through Storytelling
Throughout 2016, the Kauffman Foundation has marked the 100th anniversary of Ewing Kauffman's birth. The Foundation has recalled Mr. Kauffman's passions for education and entrepreneurship that guided a new style of philanthropy that sought to invest in bold approaches to address the root causes of complex social problems.
 
Ewing Kauffman energized people around him, rallied his hometown of Kansas City and challenged everyone around him to do more. Mr. K lived a remarkable life and left us all with a lot to live up to. During this centennial celebration, the Foundation pledged to honor its past by continuing to work with the community to shape the future.


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