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.

Dec
5
Tue
Colorado Gives Day 2017!
Dec 5 all-day

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Grant Seeking Basics for Individuals in the Arts – Facilitated Webinar
Dec 5 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Grant Seeking Basics for Individuals in the Arts – Facilitated Webinar

December 5, 2017 * 3:30 – 5:00 pm * Estes Valley Library

This course is geared towards individuals involved in the arts and looking to fund any type of arts-related project.

If you are an individual involved in the arts and looking for funding to complete a project, mount an exhibition, put on a performance, conduct research, or anything else arts-related, this webinar will show you how to identify funders supporting individuals working in the arts. We will also touch on grantmaker motivations in funding individual artists, and the variety of support options available.

Foundation Center archived webinar facilitated by Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center.

Registration Required

 

Thanks to a grant from the Estes Park Rotary Foundation, this class is being offered at no chargRotarye for area organizations.

Dec
14
Thu
Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards-Selecting, Supporting & Evaluating the Chief Executive – Lunch & Learn Fall Series
Dec 14 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards-Session 4

EPNRC Lunch & Learn Roundtable Discussions Fall Series

Ten Basic Responsibilities of
Nonprofit Boards

Board Governance-Selecting, Supporting & Evaluating the Chief Executive

Thursday, December 14 * Noon – 1:30 pm 
Estes Valley Library, Hondius Room

These five monthly lunch & learn roundtable discussions will focus on the Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards.  Roundtables are free to all nonprofit leaders in or serving the Estes Valley with a special emphasis on encouraging board member attendance. Board members need more than enthusiasm for a cause, passion for a mission, or good intentions. To be effective, they need to understand and perform all of their governing responsibilities. Thanks to a generous grant from the Village Thrift shop, every organization will receive the highly acclaimed BoardSource book and workbook “Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards.”  It is our belief that by participating in live discussions around this issue, nonprofit leaders will take away real-life examples of how to LIVE and model great board governance.

Note: Limited to 50 organizations and each organization must make a commitment to send at least one person to each session.

Program Details – All Lunch & Learn Roundtable Discussions are held on Thursdays from Noon – 1:30 pm in the Hondius Room at the Estes Valley Library.  Each roundtable discussion will be facilitated by leaders in the field – those with experience in that particular topic.

  • December 14 – Selecting, Supporting and Evaluating the Chief Executive; Paul Mueller, Mueller, Pye & Associates, CPA and Kevin Cory, Chief People Officer, Noble Inc.
  • January 11 – Ensuring Legal and Ethical Integrity AND Enhancing the Organization’s Public Standing ; Frank Lancaster, Town of Estes Park

Program Objectives & Outcomes

Objectives: to provide local training and discussion on the Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards to ensure that our community’s organizations have the resources, leadership, and oversight necessary to carry out their missions and other vital activities; build capacity for our community’s nonprofits; and, encourage networking, problem solving and resource building.  Specifically to train board members and other nonprofit leaders in the area of governance.

Outcomes: Improved knowledge of board roles and responsibilities and board governance issues resulting in increased nonprofit performance, effective stewardship of resources, increased sustainability, and a higher level of public trust.

Facilitated by: Paul Mueller, Mueller, Pye & Associates, CPA and Kevin Cory, Chief People Officer, Noble Inc.
Cost: FREE – thanks to a generous grant from the Village Thrift Shop
Registration Required

 

 

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

 

Jan
11
Thu
Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards-Ensuring Legal and Ethical Integrity AND Enhancing the Organization’s Public Standing-Lunch & Learn Fall Series
Jan 11 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards-Session 5

EPNRC Lunch & Learn Roundtable Discussions Fall Series

Ten Basic Responsibilities of
Nonprofit Boards

Ensuring Legal and Ethical Integrity AND Enhancing the Organization’s Public Standing

Thursday, January 11 * Noon – 1:30 pm 
Estes Valley Library, Hondius Room

These five monthly lunch & learn roundtable discussions will focus on the Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards.  Roundtables are free to all nonprofit leaders in or serving the Estes Valley with a special emphasis on encouraging board member attendance. Board members need more than enthusiasm for a cause, passion for a mission, or good intentions. To be effective, they need to understand and perform all of their governing responsibilities. Thanks to a generous grant from the Village Thrift shop, every organization will receive the highly acclaimed BoardSource book and workbook “Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards.”  It is our belief that by participating in live discussions around this issue, nonprofit leaders will take away real-life examples of how to LIVE and model great board governance.

Note: Limited to 50 organizations and each organization must make a commitment to send at least one person to each session.

Program Details – All Lunch & Learn Roundtable Discussions are held on Thursdays from Noon – 1:30 pm in the Hondius Room at the Estes Valley Library.  Each roundtable discussion will be facilitated by leaders in the field – those with experience in that particular topic.

  • January 11 – Ensuring Legal and Ethical Integrity AND Enhancing the Organization’s Public Standing ; Frank Lancaster, Town of Estes Park

Program Objectives & Outcomes

Objectives: to provide local training and discussion on the Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards to ensure that our community’s organizations have the resources, leadership, and oversight necessary to carry out their missions and other vital activities; build capacity for our community’s nonprofits; and, encourage networking, problem solving and resource building.  Specifically to train board members and other nonprofit leaders in the area of governance.

Outcomes: Improved knowledge of board roles and responsibilities and board governance issues resulting in increased nonprofit performance, effective stewardship of resources, increased sustainability, and a higher level of public trust.

Facilitated by: Frank Lancaster, Town of Estes Park
Cost: FREE – thanks to a generous grant from the Village Thrift Shop
Registration Required

 

 

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

 

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