> Sep. 7-- The Women's Fund of Hawaii will host a Grants Workshop & Panel from 7:30-9am at YWCA Oahu. Hear foundation, government, and corporate perspectives on applying for grants, and have your questions answered by panelists Michelle Bartell, JoAnn Farnsworth, Amy Luersen, and Cynthia Derosier. Advanced registration required; tickets $35/general and $25 WFH grantees. Click HERE to learn more and register.

> Sep. 12-- Data Visualization Workshop with Dr. Stephanie Evergreen: Are you struggling to share your data in a more compelling way? If you want to be more effective at describing your organization’s impact and telling your story to key stakeholders (funders, donors, clients, volunteers, the public, etc.) this training is for you! Join us Sept. 12 from 9-11am at YWCA Laniakea. Advanced registration is required: $25 for HANO members; $40 Non-members. Click here to register for this training. Thanks to generous support from the Hawaii Community Foundation and the Freeman Foundation, we are able to offer this training at highly subsidized registration rates as well as offer a limited number of neighbor island scholarships to cover airfare and registration fees. Click HERE to apply for a scholarship.

> Sep. 16-- AFP Aloha Chapter Education Session: Asking with Confidence. Asking for money can be exciting and it can be frightening too! That’s why it’s best to have a plan. Join us for this engaging and interactive session that will address the key steps in making an ask and doing so with confidence. We will explore the 7 secrets of a successful solicitation including preparing for the ask, keys elements of a solicitation, and address the responses you may hear from your donors. 11:30am - 1:00pm at Bishop Museum. Click HERE for more information and to register.

> Sep. 17 and 24-- Hawaii Literacy to host volunteer training in Kapolei from 9am to 2pm. Learn to help tutor adult students in reading and writing. Click HERE to learn more.

> Sep. 20-Oct 25-- [WEBINAR SERIES] The Spectrum of Nonprofit Financing Options. Starts Tuesday, September 20 at 10 a.m. HST. This series will provide nonprofit leaders with a deep understanding of what kinds of resources are available to nonprofit organizations now and how they should prepare to access the next wave of resources in the field. From traditional lending to Program Related Investments, Pay For Success and Impact Investing, participants will come away from this series with a deeper understanding of the broad range of funding tools available. Click HERE to see a more detailed description of each session. Click HERE for more information about discounts available to HANO members.

> Sep. 22-- [MAUI] Maui Development Hui. Interested in networking, sharing, and learning from experts as well as each other? Then join our Maui Development Hui! Topics will be selected by the group but will include major gifts, event planning, planned giving, telling your story, etc. The Hui will meet the 4th Thursday of every other month starting September 22 from 12:00 -1:30 pm, with an exception in November. Sessions will be held at the Cameron Center. Future dates include: November 10, January 26, March 23, May 25. For more information contact Cynthia Lallo at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or John Ciambrone at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

> Sep. 23-24-- SAVE THE DATE: 3rd Annual AD UP Hawaii event. AD UP Hawaii is a team based marketing campaign development competition with full day workshops for nonprofits. Marketing professionals form “mini agency teams” as they compete for the best marketing campaign for one of six nonprofit organizations.

> Sep. 24-- Farm Training Teasers Workshop: O'ahu RC&D invites you to learn from local farmers and other experts about agribusiness and training courses for farming practices such as aquaponics, hydroponics, and natural farming on O'ahu. The workshop is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 24 at Key Project in Kaneohe (47-200 Waihee Road). Participation is FREE but advanced registration is required. Click HERE to learn more.

> Sep. 27-- National Voter Registration Day. A webinar describing how to take part in NVRD, entitled "Celebrating National Voter Registration Day 2016," is now available online. You can watch the webinar, download the PowerPoint, and download the MP3. In this webinar, you'll learn how to sign up and some of the resources available to you when you do.

> Sep. 29-30-- Facilitative Skills Workshop: At a time when organizations are seeking to leverage their existing resources, training people in facilitative skills is a highly efficient way to ensure that 1) meetings are productive; 2) critical conversations are well managed; and 3) individuals at every level are working in a collaborative manner. With its emphasis on practical skills and its real-life examples, this workshop provides a roadmap for adding to one's toolkit a set of skills and practices that are foundational to collaborative leadership. This is a unique, two-day workshop developed and presented by Donna R. Ching, Ph.D. will take place Sept. 29-30 in Kaneohe. Click HERE for an event flyer, and direct questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

> Sep. 30-- Chaminade University of Honolulu will host the 13th Annual Nonprofit Organizations One Day Seminar at the Pagoda Hotel. Session topics include: Current Development in Hawaii Affecting Nonprofits, IRS Federal Tax Update, Form 1023-EZ Issues and Challenges, Hawaii Community Foundation, UBIT and GET, Form 990-How to Capture Activity, Form 990-Federal and State Reporting, Developing the Next Generation Board Members, and Business Plan Development. Click HERE to learn more and register.


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