January is a time to look back and look ahead. Last year at this time, I called out some key issues to watch in 2019. Here’s a reminder of what I said and where we are now, one year later.
Washington Nonprofits is hiring!
January 21, 2020 |
Director of Policy & Communications: This position is a key member of the Washington Nonprofits leadership team. The Director of Policy & Communications will lead Washington Nonprofits’ communications strategies and activities in support of our goals of advocating on behalf of nonprofits, growing membership, securing funding, and driving participation in learning events. They will serve as the point person for our public policy advocacy, lobbying at the state and federal levels and supporting and mobilizing nonprofits in Washington to speak out on issues of common concern. Keep reading for more information and to apply!
TrendWatch: Transfer of Wealth Study from Innovia Foundation
January 17, 2020 |
To counter the narrative of scarcity in rural communities, Innovia Foundation commissioned a transfer of wealth study in June 2019. Innovia serves the 10 counties of Eastern Washington and 10 counties of North Idaho. They collaborated with Locus Impact Investing to better understand the way that wealth is held in the foundation’s 20-county service area. The study produced conservative estimates about the amount of wealth that will transfer from one generation to the next in the coming decade.
As the Legislative Session Begins, We’re Keeping an Eye on the Bills
The 2020 Washington state legislative session has begun. We are watching for bills that affect nonprofits and will let you know what actions you can take. Here are a few issues that have already come to our attention.
Member Spotlight: Phoenix Conservancy – Working for flora, fauna, and humans
Your people matter.
So let’s make sure you have the information and tools to protect them and follow the law.
Nonprofit people are all about the work. We roll up our sleeves and do what needs to be done, from moving furniture for events to sitting in old chairs not quite at the right height. We know our people matter—where would we be without our tireless volunteers and dedicated staff! And yet paying close attention to safety and health falls by the wayside because we lack time, money, or technical knowledge to do the right thing.
We have so many workshops and webinars planned for 2020! Will we see you at one of them? We're bringing Boards in Gear, Finance Unlocked for Nonprofits, and Let's Go Legal to cities across the state. Want to take all three courses? Join the Next Level Nonprofit program - the Walla Walla and online cohorts start at the end of January!
Don't forget about the conferences in Bellevue and Yakima! Read more for the complete listing of trainings this Winter/Spring
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