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Announcements
Development Directors Networking Breakfast
This monthly meeting is for Development Directors or other staff whose primary role is fundraising.  Discussion topics are generated by the group.  To learn more and for upcoming dates, please contact Meagan Niese at meaganniese@cfbmc.org. You may also email Meagan to be added to the list serve and receive regular reminders.  Meeting times vary from month to month.  

NPA Monthly Outreach Breakfast
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
"Reaching New Audiences - What are your Tactics?"
Facilitated by Megan Betz, IU Service Learning Program
Village Deli
This monthly meeting is aimed towards those nonprofit staff members, paid and volunteer, for whom ‘community outreach’ is a primary job component. It’s an opportunity for colleagues to learn and share from one another’s expertise and experience in this particular area of nonprofit management. Discussion topics are generated from the group with participants volunteering to facilitate, so we invite all members to submit topics that are relevant to you and your work in the community. 

Bloomington Bicycle Club
The Bloomington Bicycle Club, Inc. (BBC) is pleased to announce it is now accepting proposals from nonprofit organizations and programs, schools, and other civic-minded organizations for grant-funding. The application deadline is February 28, 2019. For more information: Click Here!
 
Nonprofit Events
Holiday Art Show
Saturday, November 17, 2018
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
1401 J Street, Bedford, IN 
The Arc of Lawrence County in partnership with Stone Belt Arc present a Holiday Art Show, featuring the artwork of people with developmental disabilities. Catering will be provided by Lawrence County BBQ Company.
For more information:  Click Here!

Monroe County Childhood Conditions Summit
Thursday, December 06, 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monroe Convention Center
The past two years, Youth Services Bureau of Monroe County and Building a Thriving Compassionate Community (BTCC) have convened approximately 200 community members for the Monroe County Childhood Conditions Summit (MC3). The theme for the first Summit was, “what surrounds us, shapes us,” and the second Summit theme was child and adolescent health. The decision to organize the event around conditions was grounded in the understanding that children are shaped by the relationships they have, the neighborhoods they live in, the places they learn and play, and the community organizations that serve them. When children have access to safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments they are more likely to thrive- and thriving children are more likely to grow into thriving adults. Our third MC3 Summit will continue exploring conditions by focusing on connections. We selected this theme because it is our connections to others and to resources that protects us and our children from a host of health and social problems. Among the questions we are asking as we approach the event are: How can we improve connections within and between individuals, families, neighborhoods, organizations, and sectors? What gets in the way of connections? And how do connections affect health?
Cost:  $20.00 per Adult over 25; Free for Youth under 25; Limited scholarships available
To register: Click Here! For more information: Click Here!

Shop Local Holiday Fair
Ivy Tech Community College
Thursday, December 06, 2018
10:00 am - 2:00 pm 
Ivy Tech Community College, Shreve Hall
Ivy Tech is holding a Shop Local Holiday Fair for students, staff & employees at Cook, Baxter, Tasus and nearby locations! The event is free to vendors and customers. To be an artisan, contact Melissa Rowe at mrowe21@ivytech.edu or call (812) 330-6074. Applications due Friday, November 16.

 
Nonprofit Training Opportunities
Essential Nonprofit Financial Governance - Free Webinar!
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Are financial governance duties clearly understood and performed by the board, finance committee, and executive committee(s)? This webinar will help Executive Directors, Finance Directors, and your board members to define, document, and execute crucial responsibilities.  Avoid complacency and confusion by clearly defining and communicating expectations. Savvy nonprofit leaders know that a dynamic board can be the difference between good and great performance.
To register:  Click Here!

10 Strategies for Success with Digital Fundraising - Free Webinar!
Thursday, November 29, 2018
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Digital fundraining is about using all the difital channels at your disposal in an integrated way to reach and expand your audiences. spark engagement, and grow your giving opportunities.  In the webinar, we will learn how to make your website donor-ready, improve your donations pages, choose the right donor platform, use social media to grow your door base, and invest in digital advertising to raise money online.  
To register:  Click Here!

Fundraising with Volunteers - Free Webinar!
Wednesday, December 05, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Volunteers give 10x more money than those who don’t volunteer, but 1 in 3 volunteers do not volunteer the next year. You can change this.
To register:  Click Here!
 
Employment

District 10 Pro Bono Project
Office Manager Job Opening
District 10 Pro Bono Project is a non-profit law firm that matches low-income applicants to attorneys throughout Monroe, Lawrence, Greene, Morgan, Clay, Owen, Putnam, and Vigo Counties. We specialize in family law, domestic violence, and bankruptcies cases. The Office Manger will serve many functions, including case management, data entry, retrieval of mail from post office and voicemails, and will provide excellent service for both our clients and attorneys. The Office Manager reports to the Executive Director.
For more information on responsibilities and qualifications, contact Attorney Diane Walker at dist10probono@gmail.com

Habitat for Humanity
Development Director
The Development Director will cultivate an opportunity for everyone, both donors and volunteers, who are interested in supporting and engaging with Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County to contribute their unique gifts. This person will develop and implement comprehensive fund development plans, maintain donor and volunteer interest and lead the HFHMC team in cultivation of key relationships with partners. The director reports directly to the CEO and is a full-time, salaried, exempt position working a minimum of 40 hours per week (and occasional nights and weekends).
For more information: Click Here!

Stone Belt
Supported Living Site Supervisor
At Stone Belt, our Supported Living Site Supervisors are vital to the smooth operation of our Supported Living Program. As a Site Supervisor with Stone Belt, you will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of assigned sites and will lead a team of Supported Living staff. By maintaining knowledge of clients’ rights and Individualized Support Plans (ISPs), you will provide for the health, safety and well-being of your assigned clients.
For more information: Click Here!

Office furniture available as a donation to a nonprofit
A local business has several pieces of office furniture available for donation to a nonprofit organization, including six steel case cubicles with cabinets and lighted work surfaces.  For more information contact Efrat at efrat@monroeunitedway.org

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