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Meet the Grantmakers - in collaboration with Nonprofit Central
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
9 a.m. -12:30 p.m. 
Monroe County Public Library, Meeting Rooms 1B and 1C (1st floor) 
In this annual event,we are focusing on grant administration with a panel of people who deal with grants almost every day. It is important for you to know some tips on grant administration from both sides, people who receive grants and people who award grants. The second half of our program is focused on Speed Networking with six local funders. We realize that not every organization will be relevant for you, but one might be relevant to someone you know. Each speaker will talk briefly, but each will provide contact info so you can connect with them later. The structure for each presentation is that each group will get 10-12 minutes with half as an informal presentation and half as a Q&A.
For registration and more information: Click Here!

Defining Staff and Volunteer Roles – Courtney Stewart
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
8:30 am - 9:30 am ET
The Uptown Cafe (held in the bar area)
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. This month's discussion topic will explore defining the roles of staff and volunteers and how to handle those transitions. 
For more information: Click Here!

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.  
 
Nonprofit Events

37th Annual Harmony School Extravaganza 
Saturday, September 22, 2018
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Harmony School
The Extravaganza is Harmony’s annual community celebration offering plenty of exciting things to see and do for people of all ages! If the weather isn’t great, we’ll move all activities inside the school. There’s sure to be something for everyone, and it is open to the public, so invite your friends and neighbors!  The event features: carnival booths and games, continuous live entertainment from local musicians and artists, a silent auction, local food vendors, and a haunted house. Funds raised from this event support much-needed scholarships for children in our community. 
For more information: Click Here!
 
20th Annual Community Recovery Picnic & John Liell Softball Game
Sunday, September 23, 2018
11 a.m. -3 p.m.
Bryan Park - Woodlawn Shelter
Amethyst House, Amethyst Alumni, Courage to Change, Indiana Center for Recovery and Indiana Recovery Alliance present the 20th annual community recovery picnic and John Liell softball game. Everyone is welcome! MAT, abstinent, considering positive change, family, and friends!! This event is all-inclusive, celebrating the theme "Let's Kick Up The Love A Notch!" We will provide burgers, hot dogs, brats, ice, drinks, condiments and a couple of vegetarian options! You can bring a covered dish, folding chairs, blankets, and any and all softball gear you might have! For more information: Click Here!

Schedule of Events:
11am Welcome and Fellowship
12pm Food
12:30 "Let's Kick Up The Love A Notch"
1:30-3 Games, Fellowship, Softball, Volleyball
 
Hispanic Heritage Day
Sunday September 23, 2018
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Main Library-Atrium Space
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Enjoy a mariachi band, caricature artist, dancers, food, and a special bilingual storytime. All ages are welcome! Free and drop-in. 
Schedule:
12:30-1 PM: Bilingual Storytime in Children's Program Room
1-3 PM: Activities in the Atrium

United Way of Monroe County Presents: The Talent Show!
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
7:00 pm (Doors open at 6:00 pm)
Buskirk-Chumley Theater
Join United Way of Monroe County and their truly talented member agencies serving Monroe, Owen, and Greene counties for an entertaining evening of singing, dancing, and more unusual displays of talent by nonprofit agency representatives. Ticket proceeds from this show will benefit 25 area nonprofit agencies working to improve people’s lives by addressing our community’s most pressing needs.
For Tickets: Click Here!

Run for the Animals 5K & Barktoberfest
Sunday, October 7, 2018
Karst Farm Park
10:00 am
MCHA's annual community Run for the Animals 5K & Barktoberfest event is coming up on Sunday, October 7th. The Run for the Animals is a timed 5K run/walk and event along the Karst Farm Park grounds, with all of the proceeds benefiting the programs and services of MCHA. Barktoberfest, happening both during and after race events, includes vendors, an off-leash dog play area, dog contests, demonstrations, and many other fun activities for both families and furry friends! 
For registration and more information: Click Here!

Opiate Overdose Reversal Training W/Free Naloxone
Saturday, October 13, 2018
10:30am-12:45pm
Monroe County Public Library
This event will cover naloxone training and distribution. This will be two training sessions in one: 
1) A quick 20 minute training to teach you how to administer naloxone. 
2) A longer, more comprehensive training. Those who stay for the full two hours will be certified to distribute naloxone for the Indiana Recovery Alliance, as well as train others on how to administer naloxone. 
A limited supply of nasal and autoinjector based naloxone will be available, but there will enough intramuscular syringe injection naloxone for everyone!
For more information: Click Here! 

 
Nonprofit Training Opportunities

7 Steps to a Written Fundraising Plan with Sandy Rees – Free Webinar! 
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
1:00 pm ET
"Many nonprofits struggle to create a fundraising plan and put it in writing, yet the benefits are tremendous. A written plan shifts you from being reactive and dealing with the crisis of the day to being proactive and working purposefully toward the results you want.

In this session, you’ll learn how to follow 7 simple steps to put together a written plan for raising the money you need in the coming year without constantly selling something or begging online. We’ll cover goal setting, action plans and ways to keep your plan on track, plus you’ll get some worksheets and checklists that will make the process easy."
For more information: Click Here!

Nonprofit Board Certificate Seminar
Thursday, October 11, 2018
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm ET
City Hall, City Council Chambers (#115)
Cost: $25 per person in advance / $30 per person at the door (scholarships available)
Serving on a nonprofit organization's volunteer board of directors can be one of the great pleasures of your life or a study in frustration. If you and the organization are not well matched, or you have different expectations regarding your role, you may be bewildered at best and discouraged at worst. When you're well matched, serving on a board can be immensely rewarding, both personally and professionally.
For registration and more information on the objectives and presenter: Click Here!

Employment

StoneBelt
Direct Support Professional
As a Direct Support Professional (DSP) with Stone Belt, you will have an opportunity to work with some incredible individuals and provide an integral service to our community. You will assist our clients in leading self-directed lives and contributing to society. Our DSPs assist with activities of daily living and encourage our clients to exhibit attitudes and behaviors that promote community inclusion. In turn, you will walk away from work every day knowing that you have made a direct, positive impact on the life of someone in your community.
For More Information: Click Here!

WonderLab Museum of Science, Health and Technology
Visitor Services Assistant Manager
The Visitor Services Assistant Manager (VSAM) creates a positive, welcoming first impression of WonderLab to all museum visitors and represents WonderLab as a place that values curiosity and learning, outstanding customer service for both children and adults, and the power of community volunteerism. The VSAM prepares the gift store and Visitor Services (VS) desk area for all start and end of day cash and information functions and supervises Visitor Service Assistants (VSAs) also scheduled during the shift. The VSAM completes and maintains current CPR/First aid training and certification as the first point of contact for any emergency situations and/or personnel. 
For more information: Click Here!

 
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