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- Omidyar Fellows Seeks Applicants for 2014-2015 Class
- Form 990 Filing Deadline for Many Nonprofits is May 15
- Learn How to Build a Strong Foundation for Your Nonprofit
- Webinars Will Help Develop Your Social Media Strategy
- Statewide Foster Family Conference Set for April, May
- UST Aims to Find $7M in Tax Savings for Nonprofits
- State Foundation on Culture and the Arts Holds Open Meetings
- Hawaii Symphony and Maestro to Teach Business Effectiveness
> Monday, April 7 - Pacific Business News presents "Meet Your Mentor," a Bizwomen Mentoring Monday Event, from 7 to 9 a.m. at the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki, featuring a broadcast interview with Lori Greiner, "The Warm Blooded Shark," who will will share her advice and insight. Greiner started with one idea and turned it into a multi-million dollar international brand. She is now regarded as one of the most prolific inventors of retail products and stars on the hit entrepreneurial business show, Shark Tank on ABC. She also has her own show on QVC TV, Clever & Unique Creations by Lori Greiner. PBN's mentors are business experts in a variety of fields and this speed mentoring morning will consist of five-minute meetings between mentors and attendees. Participants rotate among mentors for Q&A and review your business materials. Cost is $50. Click HERE for the list of mentors and to register.
> April 10-11 -- Assistive Technology Respources Centers of Hawaii presents "Future of Technology and Aging," featuring Eric Dishman of Intel Corp., an Intel Fellow and general manager of Intel’s Health & Life Sciences. There will be three events: “Personal Health Technology for the Aging Population: Research Collaborations on the Cutting Edge of Technology” from 8 to 10 a.m. on April 10 at the East-West Center, Keoni Conference Room, University of Hawaii-Manoa; "Technology Solutions to a Juggling Act: Keeping the Boomer Workforce Healthy and Employed While Caring for Aging Parents,” from 7:15 to 9:30 a.m. at the Plaza Club, 20th Floor, Pioneer Plaza Building, Honolulu; and “Collaborative Care Models – Building a Seamless Healthcare System and Using Technology to Successfully Age in Place,” from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Queen’s Conference Center, Queen’s Medical Center, Honolulu. Click HERE for more information and to register.
> Tuesday, April 15 -- HANO and the Nonprofit Finance Fund present "Budgeting as a Communication Tool," a webinar, at 9 a.m. that will provide nonprofit leaders with a review of key budget terms and concepts and demystify the budgeting process by focusing on the essential nonprofit budget, which clearly depicts the organization’s true financial story. Although this 60-minute webinar is beginner level, the emphasis is not on how to create a line item budget. Rather, the focus is on creating a budget that appropriately communicates the organization’s economic realities. NFF concludes the webinar by pointing participants toward more advanced budgeting concepts, such as addressing key balance sheet needs. Click HERE to register.
> Wednesday April 16 -- The SCORE Women's Initiative presents "Pearls of Success: From Nonprofit to Hawaii's Only Nationally Published Magazine to Health Insurance," a talk by David Tumilowicz, director of Business Engagement for the Kaiser Foundation, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Oahu Country Club, 150 Country Club Rd., Honolulu. Tumilowicz was formerly vice president of strategy and business development at PacificBasin Communications and publisher of Hawaii Business. He led the founding of the Wahine Forum and also created the statewide program to recognize Hawaii's top residential Realtors. He will share his best practices on his success in the diverse businesses he has worked with and provide some insight to ACC and Kaiser's position. Click HERE for more information and to register.
> Saturday, April 19 -- Hawaii People's Fund and HANO present "Strong Roots: Foundations for a Healthy Nonprofit Organization," a workshop from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Hawaii USA Federal Credit Union, 1226 College Walk, Honolulu. This training will share best practices in the legal and financial arenas that will help you set your organization up for success. Presenters: Brian Ezuka, an attorney who specializes in nonprofit law, who will discuss the essential legal elements of a nonprofit organization and best practices to create and maintain structural stability, including compliance with federal law and state laws, and Linda Ezuka, a consultant who specializes in nonprofits and finance, who will share how to set up a basic bookkeeping system that will create a foundation for your organization's accounting and financial reporting process. Who should come: new prganizations; small grassroots organizations; organizations facing leadership changes; organizations too busy to focus on basic infrastructure; key staff; and board leaders. It is recommended that more than one person from an organization attend. Cost is $50 per person. Click HERE to register by April 4.
> Saturday, April 19 -- Common Cause Hawaii presents "Civic*Celerator Demo Day" from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Iolani School, Sullivan Center, 563 Kamoku St., Honolulu. This free event includes awards, giveaways, food, drinks and fun. Attendees will walk away with a wealth of knowledge, an expanded network of fellow geeks and open data fanatics, and the promise they are making a difference. Civic*Celerator is part of CodeAcross 2014, a series of events taking place in cities around the world. Click HERE for more information and to register.
> Saturday April 19 -- Kupu and the Surfrider Foundation have organized a Kahuku Beach Clean-Up, Lau Kupu workday, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Parking is available at Kahuku High School, 56-490 Kamehameha Hwy. and beach access is across the highway at the end of Puuluana St. The stretch of shoreline in Kahuku has more marine debris than any other beach on Oahu. Click HERE for more information.
> Tuesday, April 22 -- HANO and the Nonprofit Finance Fund present "Monitoring Cash Flow," a webinar, at 9 a.m. Planning in today’s uncertain environment requires that nonprofit leaders know where their organization stands financially. In this 60-minute webinar, NFF offers nonprofit managers the guidance they need to lead during challenging times, offering tips on managing cash flow through use of reports that will identify months of low cash. The session also identifies the ways in which cash flow management can be essential to accessing credit. Click HERE to register.
> Tuesday, April 29 -- HANO and the Nonprofit Finance Fund present "Assessing Program Profitability," a webinar, at 9 a.m. NFF’s unique Program Profitability Model is a clear-sighted way for nonprofit managers to assess the contribution of each individual program to the organization’s overall bottom line. Through real-life examples, this 60-minute webinar will explain how participants can use a program economic assessment to make adjustments on the margin and improve financial health with minimal impact on programs. Click HERE to register.
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Hire the Best; Find a New Job: HANO's powerful online Job Bank brings Hawaii nonprofit employers and jobseekers together. Employers, post a job or scan candidate resumes. Job hunters, post your resume for FREE and let jobs find you. Check it out − click HERE.
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Let HANO Assist You: We can bring workshops like board governance, budgeting, fund development and advocacy to your nonprofit. We also facilitate conversations and planning sessions and provide other services. For details, click HERE.