[Loscho_Enews] Fwd: Nonprofit Workshops in Snohomish County

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Wed Oct 12 22:24:20 PDT 2016


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From: Karri Matau <karri at cf-sc.org>

Subject: Nonprofit Workshops in Snohomish County

Provided by the Community Foundation of Snohomish County

Embracing Advocacy
Strengthening the Power of the Non-Profit Voice
Advocacy. It can be a scary word. For many it conjures up images of
high-powered lobbyists, backroom deals, big money and special interests.
But advocacy is so much more, and it can be an accessible, simple, powerful
tool that is often under-utilized by non-profits. In its simplest form,
advocacy voice. It's storytelling and sharing the good work you do. And
although you may not know it, you’re likely already advocating every day.
But the most successful non-profits have willingly and thoughtfully
integrated targeted advocacy into their overall strategic plans and
mission. Why? Because when done right, advocacy can strengthen day-to-day
operations, build capacity, develop collaborative partnerships, and
maximize an organization’s communications and philanthropic reach. In this
fun and interactive workshop, learn the basics of Advocacy 101 and how to
make it work for your non-profit. Explore what advocacy is and isn't, what
it can do to strengthen the power of your work, and how you can embrace
advocacy as a simple, useful tool. Please RSVP wit
h MaryCait at cf-sc.org.

November 1st– East County Networking Group –(from 8 – 10 a.m. in Monroe at
the Everett Community College East Campus in the Lake Tyee Building 14090
Fryelands Blv. in Room 302 on the third floor.)

November 17th –North County Networking Group – (from 9 -11 a.m. at the
Stillaguamish Senior Center, in the meeting room off the main entrance at
18308 Smokey Point Blvd, Arlington.)

Moving your Board from Engagement to Action
Boards on Fire!
Your board members mean well, but they don’t always know how to engage with
and support the agency. Find out what’s really in their way, and discover
some simple steps you can take to remove those barriers, in this fun,
interactive session.  You’ll learn how to help your board be more strategic
governors, more compelling champions of your work, and more effective
fundraisers. This workshop is open to board members or staff. Space is
limited. Please RSVP with MaryCait at cf-sc.org.

December 2nd – 8:30 a.m. - Noon in Marysville. Location will be emailed
when you RSVP. (NOTE: The Community Foundation will offer an intensive
Boards on Fire program in 2017 for up to 10 teams from local agencies. If
you nonprofit is interested in diving deep into board effectiveness, this
program may be ideal. This December 2nd workshop will provide a good
overview of what the 2017 program will include)

Facilitator Susan Howlett has been strengthening nonprofit boards for more
than 40 years, and has trained or consulted with thousands of nonprofits
just like yours, so she knows what you’re experiencing, and she shares only
practical, no-cost solutions to your problems.  Long-time faculty at the
University of Washington, and author of two acclaimed books, Susan speaks,
trains and consults nationally, known for her liberal use of humor,
stories, and chocolate.  www.susanhowlett.com

Partner Programs
ONLINE: The New Overtime Rules - What Your Nonprofit Needs to KnowThe
Department of Labor announced new overtime regulations that will go into
effect on December 1, 2016. These new regulations affect many nonprofits
and small businesses. Most employees earning less than $47,500 per year
will be entitled to overtime compensation. This presentation will highlight
the upcoming changes to the final overtime rules and salary requirements
for employees who are categorized as “exempt” under the executive,
professional, or administrative exemptions, and answer the following
questions:

What are the changes and who do they apply to?
For employees spending the night or traveling, how do you determine what is
on-duty time? This question is important for youth overnight camp programs.
What do you need to do to prepare for the implementation off the new rule?

This training will be held live in Seattle and also available as a live
webcast. Please indicate in registration how you wish to participate. WHEN:
Tuesday, November 1, 2016 from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM. COST: $10 Members of
Washington Nonprofits: $15 Non-members

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