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June 2022 Connector

June 2022 Connector

This month, learn how Washington Nonprofits became Nonprofit Association of Washington (NAWA) and what our new identity means for you. We also shared our diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility (DEIA) learning plans along with a suggested summer read, On Juneteenth. And – we’re hiring! Check out the full edition for the job listings and so much more!

Survey: Is Your Nonprofit Ready for a Disaster?

Below is a Message from the Survey Team The Pacific Northwest faces a number of natural hazards that can create disasters for our communities. These hazards include both common events such as, ...
Oppose Census Citizenship Question

Oppose Census Citizenship Question

The 2020 Census is slated to include a potentially problematic question regarding respondents’ citizenship. We noted in our January letter to Congress that the citizenship question “creates ...
Advocacy Update: Nonprofit Nonpartisanship Preserved in Federal Spending Bill

Advocacy Update: Nonprofit Nonpartisanship Preserved in Federal Spending Bill

Last night, the House and Senate Appropriations Committees released their omnibus spending bill to keep the government funded for the remainder of the fiscal year, which ends September 30, 2018. ...
Connector March 2018

Connector March 2018

Read the March 2018 Connector here.
Congress Threatening WA DISCLOSE Act with Johnson Amendment Repeal Effort

Congress Threatening WA DISCLOSE Act with Johnson Amendment Repeal Effort

Click here to download the press release as a pdf. Want to take action? Click here to learn what you can do. SEATTLE, WA- Washington Nonprofits, Washington State’s nonprofit association, ...
March Public Policy Update: Johnson Amendment Under Threat; Legislative Session Recap

March Public Policy Update: Johnson Amendment Under Threat; Legislative Session Recap

It’s only March, but there have been many state and federal public policy developments relevant to the nonprofit sector. Below are key issues for your nonprofit organization to be aware ...
Member Spotlight: NPIP – Taking care of nonprofits by creating stability

Member Spotlight: NPIP – Taking care of nonprofits by creating stability

Nonprofits need insurance to protect their people and assets. The Non Profit Insurance Program (NPIP) has been expanding access to insurance in Washington State for over a decade. Sarah ...
Introducing “Now What?”

Introducing “Now What?”

We nonprofit people face the ebb and flow of good and bad fortune. Our ability to achieve our mission is not always up to us. The stars align—or don’t – and things happen that we need to respond ...
Daylong “Tools for Running Effective Nonprofits” starts March 10 in Long Beach

Daylong “Tools for Running Effective Nonprofits” starts March 10 in Long Beach

Small, grassroots nonprofits tell us that they wish we had something on Saturday for board members who work. We know that staff members new to nonprofits need a chance to get the overview on how ...
Washington State Nonprofit Conference on May 16!

Washington State Nonprofit Conference on May 16!

The 2018 Washington State Nonprofit Conference is the only annual statewide gathering for nonprofit people. Take a day away from your desk to see your challenges from another perspective, meet ...
Train the Trainer series launches on April 4

Train the Trainer series launches on April 4

Strong nonprofits are vital to healthy communities. To stay strong, nonprofit leaders need opportunities to learn new skills and integrate new ideas into their daily practice. Those who teach ...
Action Alert: Preserve Nonprofit Nonpartisanship Today

Action Alert: Preserve Nonprofit Nonpartisanship Today

Last year, the White House and some well-funded special interests aggressively lobbied Congress and came dangerously close to repealing the Johnson Amendment, the longstanding law that protects ...
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