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.

Jan
1
Sun
Estes Park Centennial Celebration
Jan 1 @ 4:29 pm – Nov 25 @ 5:29 pm
Jun
7
Wed
2017 Visit Estes Park Tourism Summit
Jun 7 @ 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm

2017 Visit Estes Park Tourism Summit

June 7, 2017 at The Ridgeline Hotel | RSVP Required

The Visit Estes Park Annual Tourism Summit provides you educational opportunities, as well as information about Visit Estes Park – Learn more about the organization, what our current campaigns and strategies are and where we are headed. Join us, it’s FREE and you will receive a commemorative Estes Park Centennial gift, VEP Backpack, and free drink ticket if you attend!

Schedule:

Breakout Session 1 | 1-2pm

Google Analytics 1 – The Basics
Social Media 1 – The Basics (Facebook)
Introduction to Visit Estes Park
Benefiting from Media (what press relations can do for my business) & Hosting Media

Breakout Session 2 | 2:15-2:15pm
Google Analytics 2 – Intermediate
Social Media 2 – Intermediate (Facebook)
Which Visit Estes Park Services and Benefits Should I Consider
How to Tap into the International Market
General Session | 3:30-5:30pm
Hear from the VEP Staff, Agency Partners & Colorado Tourism Office about current initiatives, where we are heading, and industry trends

Reception | 5:45-7pm
Enjoy complimentary hors d’ouevres and cash bar (you receive one free drink ticket for attending) as we celebrate a successful year in partnership with all of you and toast the upcoming summer season!

RSVP Required

Jun
8
Thu
Where’s my data? – EPNRC Lunch & Learn
Jun 8 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Where’s my data?

Why a constituent management (CRM) system can enable you to better run all aspects of your nonprofit.

Thursday, June 8, 2017 * Noon – 1:30 pm
Conference Room, 1601 Brodie Ave.


Discover how nonprofits can make better use of their data by moving to a CRM (Constituent Relationship Management) system. A review of a number of options will be provided, with special emphasis on CiviCRM. CiviCRM is a free, open-source, community supported system for managing your donors, constituents, activities, fund-raising and events.

Presenter: Clark Hodge founded and is executive director of an incredible new organization with a unique mission – Chase the Music. Chase the Music helps children battling critical conditions, by having original music composed and performed for them. He has been active on a number of governmental and non-profit boards. He spent 35 years in high tech and now is focused on non-profits.
Cost: FREE
RSVP: not required

Bring your lunch and join us.  There is no charge for this community lunch & learn.  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 www.epnonprofit.org/nonprofit-organizational-memberships/

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

Jul
7
Fri
The Incredible Years of Parenting Group-EVICS program
Jul 7 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Jul
13
Thu
Social Giving Clubs: a new concept in giving back – EPNRC Lunch & Learn
Jul 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Social Giving Clubs: a new concept in giving back

An EPNRC Lunch & Learn Roundtable Discussion
Thursday, July 13, 2017 * Noon – 1:30 pm
Conference Room, 1601 Brodie Ave

Are you looking for a way to take action and give back?  Learn about this new concept in charitable giving, Social Giving Clubs.  Get together with friends and decide collectively how to put your money where it matters.  Invite friends and ask questions in a panel presentation that can help you kick start your own giving club. Nonprofit representatives are invited to attend as well to learn about this interesting concept.

Presenter:
Cost: FREE
RSVP: not required

Bring your lunch and join us.  There is no charge for this community lunch & learn.  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 www.epnonprofit.org/nonprofit-organizational-memberships/

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

Jul
19
Wed
Summer Symposium – Pen to Paper Grant Writing (3-Day Training)
Jul 19 @ 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

July 19, 2017 – Loveland, CO
Loveland Police Institute

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
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
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)

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)

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