Training and Events Calendar

epnrc calendarCheck here for information on upcoming EPNRC educational workshops and networking roundtables, in addition to local fundraising events that support Estes nonprofits.

If you have an event you’d like to have listed, please forward information to director@epnonprofit.org.

Jul
25
Tue
The State of Fundraising: Mid-Year Checkpoint – EPNRC Pop-up Webinar
Jul 25 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

The State of Fundraising: Mid-Year Checkpoint

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 * 11:00 am – 12:00 pm * Conference Room – 1601 Brodie Avenue

Over the past few weeks, numerous studies and reports have been published on the latest fundraising trends and predictions for 2017. Mid-year reports and industry benchmarks are being discussed everywhere.

But what are the most important trends you should know? How do you make sense of them? What if you’re not hitting the benchmarks? And what can you do to continue to excel if you’re ahead?

These questions will be answered in this webinar.


Pursuant’s CEO Trent Ricker and Senior Vice President, Client Strategy Jennifer Bielat, will discuss the current state of philanthropy and how your organization can adapt.

During the webinar, Trent and Jennifer will share:
The overall giving outlook for 2017:

  • Which channels are trending and what that means for your organization
  • Actionable ideas to help you adapt to changing trends
  • Practical tips for accelerating results in the second half of the year

Facilitated by: Jill Lancaster, EPNRC Executive Director
Cost: Free EPNRC Members/$10 Nonmembers (please pay at the door)
Registration: Required by Noon on Monday, July 24, 2017

Aug
5
Sat
Estes Park Centennial Celebration
Aug 5 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Come celebrate the Town’s 100th anniversary at the 80517 Centennial Celebration on 8/05/17 in Bond Park. 

There will be a rededication of “Centennial Open Space at Knoll-Willows,” live music, an art contest, vendors, and history walking tours.

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Aug
7
Mon
Give Long & Prosper: Exploring Legacy Gifts
Aug 7 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Give Long & Prosper: Exploring Legacy Giving

Monday, August 7, 2017 * 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies

Residents, summer residents and guests are invited to learn simple ways to leave a legacy for the Estes Valley.

RSVP Requested

Aug
10
Thu
Agency/Organization Updates – EPNRC Lunch & Learn Roundtable Discussion
Aug 10 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Agency/Organization Updates – What’s happening that we need to share with each other?

August 10, 2017 * 11:30 am – 1:30 pm (please note the earlier start time)
Estes Valley Library, Hondius Room

All agencies and organizations serving the residents of the Estes Valley are invited to this informative lunch & learn to provide updates on their organization’s programs, services, and initiatives.

·       What are you currently doing that you would like to share with the community?

·       Are you in need of collaborative partners for an issue or program?

·       Are you wondering what other organizations are doing?

·       Do you want to be informed, enlightened, inspired?

Please join us to share, listen and interact!

Bring your lunch and join us. For questions or more information, please contact Jill Lancaster, Executive Director at director@epnonprofit.org.

Don’t miss out! For more information and to join EPNRC today visit: EPNRC Membership

If you have ideas for future roundtable discussions, please contact EPNRC Executive Director, Jill Lancaster at director@epnonprofit.org

 

Aug
15
Tue
Summer Symposium 2017 – Pen to Paper: Grant Writing
Aug 15 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Summer Symposium 2017 – Pen to Paper: Grant Writing

A collaboration of EPNRC, Poudre River Public Library District, and Loveland Library

August 15, 2017 – Fort Collins

This 3-part series (3 full days) will provide participants with personalized coaching and peer review of a current grant application. Each session will focus on a different element of the Common Grant Application (CGA). This course is intended for nonprofit professionals that work in a development capacity and have an active grant application. Participants will have the opportunity to get direct feedback during the class and revise their proposals between sessions.

Part 1: Develop Your Effective Case for Support | July 19 in Loveland

Explore how to maximize the limited space available to tell your story in your grant proposal and work to clarify and refine your organizations goals and objectives with the help of peer review.

Part 2: Mission Building Blocks | August 15 in Fort Collins

Review and interpret nonprofit principles and best practices and writing a narrative that references instructions to ensure you are answering the questions posed in an application.

Part 3: Grant Attachments & Tips for Success | September 6 in Estes Park – US Bank Building

Learn tips to avoid common mistakes and the essential elements of the attachments section of a grant proposal as well as tools for grants management and infrastructure.

Presented by: the Community Resource Center
Cost: $75 (for all 3 days), Early Bird ends 7/12 – $100 (for all 3 days) after 7/12
Registration: Required (only 25 spaces available)

Aug
20
Sun
Fall River Society Membership Induction and Celebration
Aug 20 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

You are invited to an Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social

Second Annual Fall River Society Fall River Society Membership Induction and Celebration

Sunday, August 20, 2017 * 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
O’Connor Pavilion on Fall River (at the Historic Fall River Hydroplant)
1700 Fish Hatchery Road, Estes Park, CO

Please RSVP by August 11

The Fall River Society honors people who have included one or more nonprofit members of Estes Valley Legacy in charitable plans for their estate.  You have been invited as a new Fall River Society Member; as a Member of the Fall River Society; as a friend of nonprofit organizations in the Estes Valley.

 

Sep
6
Wed
Summer Symposium 2017 – Pen to Paper: Grant Writing
Sep 6 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Summer Symposium 2017 – Pen to Paper: Grant Writing

A collaboration of EPNRC, Poudre River Public Library District, and Loveland Library

September 6, 2017 – Estes Park * US Bank Building

This 3-part series (3 full days) will provide participants with personalized coaching and peer review of a current grant application. Each session will focus on a different element of the Common Grant Application (CGA). This course is intended for nonprofit professionals that work in a development capacity and have an active grant application. Participants will have the opportunity to get direct feedback during the class and revise their proposals between sessions.

Part 1: Develop Your Effective Case for Support | July 19 in Fort Collins

Explore how to maximize the limited space available to tell your story in your grant proposal and work to clarify and refine your organizations goals and objectives with the help of peer review.

Part 2: Mission Building Blocks | August 15 in Loveland

Review and interpret nonprofit principles and best practices and writing a narrative that references instructions to ensure you are answering the questions posed in an application.

Part 3: Grant Attachments & Tips for Success | September 6 in Estes Park – US Bank Building

Learn tips to avoid common mistakes and the essential elements of the attachments section of a grant proposal as well as tools for grants management and infrastructure.

Presented by: the Community Resource Center
Cost: $75 (for all 3 days), Early Bird ends 7/12 – $100 (for all 3 days) after 7/12
Registration: Required (only 25 spaces available)

Sep
19
Tue
Positive Youth Development Training
Sep 19 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

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