> Feb. 14-Mar. 21-- A Foundational Understanding of Nonprofit Finance: Webinar Series presented by the Nonprofit Finance Fund. To set context, this series first explains the counter intuitive, upside-down financial system in which nonprofits operate, and then offers a crash course in reading nonprofit financial statements. Building off these key concepts, participants then explore the most common nonprofit business choices and the way in which these choices should be managed across leadership roles within the organization. Click here for more information and to register.

> Mar. 3-- Media 101 on Hawai'i Island, featuring expert media consultant Dawn Morais Webster, Ph.D. This full-day workshop covers media best practices and is ideal for those who have no prior media training. Participation will help you to: understand your audience--who you're talking to, the format of the event you are part of, and how to pitch the message at the right level and tone; understand what reporters need; know what NOT to do with reporters/editors; radio/camera interview tips; handling difficult questions; know how to make a positive point. Click here for more information and to register.

> Mar. 9-- Keep Calm and Lead Change, featuring Amari Romero-Thomas, Mosaic Consulting and Coaching. Frustrated at trying to move your organization without much success? Disappointed that your staff is not "buying in"? Feeling the pressure from your Board to deliver on your vision? Join us for this training to learn important change management principles and have an opportunity to put these principles in a practical action plan. Click here for more information and to register.

> Jun. 17-- Save the Date: Hokule'a Homecoming: After sailing for three years and visiting over 150 ports in 27 nations to create a "lei of hope" around the globe, Hawaii's legendary canoe will soon return home from its Malama Honua Worldwide Voyage. The Polynesian Voyaging Society invites the public to join it as the Hokule'a makes her historic arrival at Magic Island on Saturday, June 17, 2017. The arrival will be followed by a homecoming ceremony and celebration. Anyone interested to be notified as homecoming festivities are finalized can click here to receive updates.

> Oct. 21-- Save the Date: 2017 Honolulu Pride™ Parade + Festival


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