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Families Helping Families Receives $10,000 Grant from Summit Holding

Posted By Tonja Foil, Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge, Friday, June 15, 2012

Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge has received a $10,000 grant from the Liberty Mutual Foundation, which will help fund programs for families with individuals with disabilities.

Jamie S. Tindle, Executive Director for Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge said, "We are sincerely grateful for the support and involvement of our communities and local businesses in the Greater Baton Rouge area. They support our center so that we may continue to support the growing number of families and individuals affected with a disability.”

The grant presented to Families Helping Families was one of $1 million dollars in grants distributed to non-profit organizations as part of Liberty Mutual Insurance's 100th anniversary celebration. Liberty Mutual created the "100 Gifts” program as a way to commemorate the company's long-standing tradition of supporting the communities in the U.S. and around the world in which its employees live and work.


ABOUT FAMILIES HELPING FAMILIES OF GREATER BATON ROUGE

Families Helping Families is a family-driven resource center directed and staffed by family members of individuals with a disability. Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge (FHFGBR) is committed to helping families who have members with disabilities as well as self-advocates. FHFGBR provides information, referral, education, training, and parent-to-parent support for disability issues to individuals living in the parishes of East Baton Rouge, West Baton Rouge, Ascension, Iberville, East Feliciana, West Feliciana, Point Coupee and Livingston. A disability may be physical, mental, emotional, behavioral and/or academic. For additional information on Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge or the Resource Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, a program of FHFGBR, or to schedule an interview, contact Kayley Williams at (225) 216-7474or at kwilliams@fhfgbr.org.

Visithttp://www.fhfgbr.org/to learn more.

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Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans (EPNO): Deadline Nears on RFP

Posted By Ryan Crespino, The Greater New Orleans Foundation, Friday, June 15, 2012

 

Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans (EPNO), an initiative of LANO member the Greater New Orleans Foundation, announces its 2012 grantmaking focus areas and Requests for Proposals.

Letters of Intent can be submitted online at www.emergingphilanthropists.org until June 22, 2012 at 5 p.m.

The EPNO Class of 2012 has five grantmaking teams that will award up to $8,000 in each of the following areas:

  • Crime Prevention & Public Safety
  • Economic Development
  • Education & Youth Development
  • Environment
  • Healthcare

(Full RFP attached to this post)

How to Apply:
Please submit a Letter of Intent online by June 22, 2012 at 5 p.m. at www.emergingphilanthropists.org
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You may apply to one area only. The Letter of Intent should include a description of the following (Please limit to one page):

  • The organization and its mission
  • The project for which you are seeking funding
  • How the funds will be used

All applicants will receive an email by July 9 indicating if they are invited to submit a full proposal.

Eligibility:
To be eligible, applicants must:

  • Have 501c3 status. If you are an individual with an innovative idea, you must find a sponsoring 501c3
  • Be located within the Greater New Orleans area

Please note: EPNO has aConflict of Interest policy posted on its website, which may prohibit an organization at which, an EPNO member or immediate family member is employed from applying to this year's grant cycle. EPNO will notify you after your letter of intent is received if there is a conflict.

Important Dates:

June 22:Letter of Intent due online by 5 p.m.
July 9: All applicants will receive an email indicating if they are invited to submit a full proposal.
August 6: Full proposals due online (by invitation only).
August 21: Those who submitted full proposals will receive an email indicating if they are a finalist. Finalists will be invited to participate in a Site Visit or Interview.
October 5:Finalists will be notified of the final award decisions.
October 17:Grant Awards Ceremony.

About EPNO:

EPNO is an initiative to engage young leaders in New Orleans in philanthropy. Members participate in asix-month programwhere theypool funds, collaborate on teams and allocate grants to impact issues they care about. Member contributions are matched dollar for dollar through the generosity of outside sponsorships.

Mission:

  • Inspire and educate young leaders to become effective, lifelong philanthropists
  • Impact positive change in the New Orleans region
  • Retain local talent by allowing emerging leaders to connect with each other and their community

 

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Adventures of a Startup in Nonprofit Fundraising

Posted By Jason Nicosia, Connect for a Cause, LLC, Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Greetings LANO Members and Friends!

It's been awesome to meet so many great nonprofits through Connect for a Cause in these last 3 months since we've launched.

I'm proud to announce that we've already helped nonprofits all around the country raise over $20,000 to further their missions! 

Never did I think I'd be learning about the inner workings of nonprofit fundraising, or the amazing causes that exist in our state, and I just wanted to write this post to you and to LANO to say thanks for the encouragement and support! 

I can't wait to see who the nonprofits in Louisiana will auction lunch with next! We've already had local business executives, community leaders, and even a few local celebrities participate, and hope to see many more in the coming months. 

OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU: Next month, we'll be advertising our service here in Louisiana, and if you want to take advantage of some free PR and Marketing for your nonprofit, get your organization and key board members or supporters registered at www.connectforacause.com and start hosting your own VIP lunch auctions!

If your nonprofit runs more than 5 lunch auctions in the month of July, we'll cut the administrative fee in half!*   

I personally look forward to learning more about and promoting the great work that nonprofits do in our state. Talk to you again soon and hope to hear from you!

 

Jason Nicosia, President, Connect for a Cause and Proud LANO Member!

www.connectforacause.com

@jasonnicosia1

@connect4cause


*LANO Member nonprofits receive this discount, equal to 50% of our administrative fee, on all auctions as a benefit of membership.

Tags:  Baton Rouge  community leaders  education reform  fund raising  Fundraising  leadership  New Orleans 

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Three strategies generate more gifts from Gen X and Y

Posted By Denise McMahan, CausePlanet, Tuesday, June 12, 2012

According to Fundraising and the Next Generation author, Emily Davis, nonprofits should be cultivating Millennials and Gen X because of their sheer size and long-term potential for philanthropy. Wealthy Gen X donors give more and are increasingly more aware of charitable causes than earlier generations when...

Click here to read more, register for the interview with Davis and download the Page to Practice book summary.

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HOPE Ministries of Baton Rouge selects New President and CEO

Posted By Janet Simmons, HOPE Ministries of Baton Rouge, Thursday, June 7, 2012

Laura Poche’, HOPE Ministries Board Chair, announced this morning that Janet Simmons has accepted the position of President and CEO, HOPE Ministries of Baton Rouge.

Said Poche’, "In Janet we bring a recognized face, a visionary, a hard worker, and a proven eight year HOPE veteran to the top position at HOPE Ministries of Baton Rouge. I’ve known Janet for a long time and expect her to hit the ground running."

Simmons succeeds Renee Craft who for nine years led an organization resulting from the merger of Friends of Families and United Methodist HOPE Ministries. Simmons joined HOPE Ministries in 2004 as Volunteer Director, was promoted to Director of Programs in 2005 and lastly promoted Director of Operations and Social Enterprise in 2008.

Simmons will assume her new position beginning July 1, 2012.

 

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Grantwriting for Beginners

Posted By Nora Ellertsen, The Funding Seed, LLC, Thursday, June 7, 2012
Grantwriting for Beginners 

Thursday, June 14, 4:00 to 6:30 p.m.

Ashe Cultural Arts Center

1712 O.C. Haley Blvd., New Orleans


Registration $35; student and group discounts available.
 
 
 
 
Are you involved with a non-profit?
Does your job require you to raise funds for your department or position?
Do you want to add a valuable skill to your resume?

Consider grantwriting!
 
Grantwriting for Beginners is an engaging workshop that will give you the tools you need to start writing grants.
 
Attendees will receive a certificate of participation for completing the workshop.
 
To register online, visit www.thefundingseed.com.
For questions, to inquire about discount codes or to reserve your space and pay at the door, email info@thefundingseed.com.

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Sustainability is an orientation, not a destination

Posted By Denise McMahan, CausePlanet, Wednesday, June 6, 2012
In Kimberley Sherwood's blog last week at Co-Strategy, she talked about the importance of defining your funding strategy and went on to cite research by Bridgespan (featured at NPQ), which highlighted a handful of best practices for guiding your strategic financial growth.

 

One of the practices from Bridgespan surrounds the notion that "you must break the funding wall by ... Read more at the Page to Practice blog.

LANO MEMBERS: Don't forget to register for the next author interview with Emily Davis when we'll answer your questions about fundraising and the next generation. Visit the community calendar to register.

You can also download the free Page to Practice summary of Davis' book "Fundraising and the Next Generation: Tools for Engaging the Next Generation of Philanthropists” at www.CausePlanet.org/lano thanks to the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation.

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Furniture Sale from Baton Rouge LANO Office

Posted By Kelly Pepper, Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations, Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Nonprofit friends,

LANO is moving to new office space in Baton Rouge - we'd like our spare furniture to be used by our fellow nonprofits, entrepreneurs and partners! Call or email soon to let us know of your interest: ann@lano.org or 225-931-9394.

Listing with prices are below and pictures are attached.

 

Used Office Furniture offered for purchase in Baton Rouge: 8281 Goodwood Blvd, Ste. A - listing below available as of June 6th

 

1. One (1) tall & wide, light wooden Bookshelf unit: Image 18.19.04.jpg - $45

2. Three (3) five-drawer, lateral, black, metal file cabinets: Image 012.jpg - $65 each

3. One (1) Black metal bookshelf, 4 shelves: Image 018.jpg - $25

4. One (1) Black metal two-drawer, vertical file cabinet storage: Image 017.jpg - $25

5. Two (2) four-drawer, black, metal vertical file cabinets: Image 019.jpg - $50 each

6. One (1) four-drawer, beige, metal vertical file cabinet: Image 18.20.31.jpg - $50

7. Three (3) two-drawer, lateral, file cabinets:

a. light wood: Image 020.jpg - $55

b. cherry wood: Image 004.jpg - $60

c. beige metal: Image 025.jpg - $50

8. Two (2) smaller, wooden bookshelf cases: Images 022.jpg and 18.20.48.jpg - $25

9. Light Wooden Desk with built-in file cabinet drawers: Images 028.jpg and 029.jpg - $80

10. Two (2) tall, light wooden Bookshelf units: Images 003.jpg and 18.17.25.jpg - $35 each

11. Four (4) more desks:

a. Light wooden desk with return: Image 18.18.19.jpg - $60

b. Three Desks with returns: Images 18.20.08 & 18.20.20.jpg - $115 for all 3

 

12. Two (2) beige, two-door, metal storage cabinet with two shelves/three levels: Images 033.jpg and 036.jpg - $30 each

13. One (1) beige metal shelving unit 6 levels, wide: Image 18.19.47.jpg - $35

14. Assortment of chairs (arm chairs & rolling desk chairs): Images 001.jpg, 002.jpg, 015.jpg - $10 each or bulk pricing for 5 or more  

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Disaster Preparedness Summit for Nonprofit Leaders

Posted By Alfredo Cruz, Foundation for Louisiana, Monday, June 4, 2012

As we enter the 2012 hurricane season, Foundation for Louisiana (formerly the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation) is committed to providing shared learning opportunities for small business and non-profit organizations to be better prepared.

Please join us at our Small Business and Non-Profit Organization Disaster Preparedness Summit Thursday, June 14th from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Calcasieu Central Public Library (DeBakey Meeting Room) 301 W. Claude Street, Lake Charles, LA 70605

This meeting is part of a series of statewide events we are conducting intended for small business owners, technical assistance providers, and non-profit organization leaders so they may gain access to resources and information from agencies that operate in the areas of disaster preparedness and recovery.

The Summit will feature sessions from the following organizations:

Space is limited and lunch will be provided.

Please RSVP no later than Monday, June 11 to: Alfredo Cruz by telephone: 225-383-1672 or by email at: acruz@foundationforlouisiana.org

 

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LANO Seeks Development Director

Posted By Kelly Pepper, Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations, Monday, June 4, 2012

LANO is now advertising an open position for Development Director to lead grants management, research and track funding opportunities and communicate the value of partnering with the Association. 

This full-time position will improve the Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organization (LANO’s) financial health over the long-term. The position will develop sustainable, multi-year investments in support of LANO’s core mission and strategic priorities.

LANO looks to hire a team member with the interest and ability to increase the productivity of grant making relationships; increase the number of renewed and newly-cultivated partnerships; and support LANO’s progress toward an increasingly diverse revenue funding pie.

See LANO's Career Center posting for more details and application procedure.

 

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