Gift Planning Game Plan & Fundraising in a Digital World
Annual Fundraising Plan
Office Space Available for Area NonprofitsIf you’re like me, you look forward to buying a new calendar or tearing off each completed month on your desk calendar (yes, I have a paper calendar on my desk). But, as the year comes to a close and you begin to tidy up your year-end giving, it’s also important to plan for the future.
What donors will you reach out to and when? How will you thoughtfully engage them? And what cultivation strategies do you have planned? Like any good planner, it’s time to fill in your annual fundraising plan and calendar.
You need good financial information to make decisions, solve problems, and protect resources. QuickBooks for Nonprofits is designed to get you what you need to effectively run your organization. This class is essential for all nonprofits using QuickBooks.
Over the course of this three-day series, you will hear practical advice on how to adapt the flexible features of the popular QuickBooks accounting software to meet the robust tracking and reporting needs of nonprofits. This class is for those who know the basics in QuickBooks but want to get the most out of their system, setup, and reports.
This is a webinar in partnership with Washington Nonprofits.
Board Chair Boot Camp is a program designed to help support Nonprofit Executive Directors/CEOs and their incoming board chair begin the fiscal year off with a solid plan for working together.
This is a day-long program with a curriculum designed for the attendees to leave with a better understanding of responsibilities, roles, and tasks. Attendees of this event will be the nonprofit CEO/Executive Director and their incoming board chair.
This full-day training for established nonprofits will help create a better understanding of:
Free Fundraising Series
Examples and guides for fundraising plans
Regional Forums are coming to your area in March! Save the date for this exciting day of training.
The Nonprofit Forums are a day-long opportunity for nonprofit leaders to increase their skills and knowledge, network with colleagues and find ways to collaborate to increase the impact of their nonprofit and the nonprofit sector across the region.
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Based in Boise, Jitasa is proud to provide solutions to over 500 nonprofits nationwide, regardless of the organization’s staffing size, budget, or sector. They offer bookkeeping, accounting, and tax services customized to compliment your needs and resources, and with simple fixed fee pricing, you’ll never need to count hours or worry about overage costs.
As a member of the Idaho Nonprofit Center, you will be eligible to receive your first month of service with Jitasa free and 10% off tax filings!
To learn more about what Jitasa do or to receive a free custom quote, visit them online or reach out directly to the Partner Specialist, Cassie Strain, at email@example.com.
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Call for Speakers
America's Service Commissions, in partnership with Serve Idaho, is pleased to release a Call for Proposals for the 2019 National Service Regional Training Conferences.
Please review the Call for Proposals Guidelines prior to submission for complete details.
For proposal-related questions, please contact Pam Zeutenhorst at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 370-9481.
Deadline: Dec. 10
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