In this issue:
Transitioning your Event Online? Here are Five Things to Consider.
- Garrett Kalt, Training & Program Coordinator
Virtual is the new default.
As COVID-19 continues to impact how we live, work and lead, the method of delivering trainings and programs will likely continue to be largely online.
Our organization recently held a statewide virtual conference and we are now in the process of planning a statewide virtual award ceremony. Until now, both programs have been long-standing in-person events.
As we shifted through the transition, here are five things we leaned into:
A Request for Help Sparks New Ideas
– Amy Little, CEO/President of the Idaho Nonprofit Center
One of the things I love the most about the work we do here at the Idaho Nonprofit Center is the opportunity to innovate and pivot quickly to meet the needs of our nonprofit friends. It has been an honor to have grown our membership, expand our programs and services, and continue to find ways to create value for the investment in membership with us.
Very recently, a member of ours reached out with a request: possibly share an RFP (request for proposal) with our consultant members who might be a fit for a project. The gig is pretty cool and for a national nonprofit board on which the member serves!
We sent the proposal out to our consultant list who fit the criteria and I’m hopeful that a few of them were interested in submitting a proposal. But this simple request from a nonprofit member to our business affiliate members sparked an idea.
We would like to recognize a few members who are hitting some pretty impressive milestones with Idaho Nonprofit Center. Thank you for being a part of our organization!
Welcome to our new members who joined Idaho Nonprofit Center!
Grants! Grants! Grants!
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