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United Way of Larimer County’s Nonprofit Excellence Series provides free and low-cost training for Larimer County nonprofit professionals to support their work through education and professional development. Local industry experts, including some United Way staff, provide coaching and instruction in a variety of topics, including fundraising, cause-based marketing, outcome evaluation, volunteer management, and more. Facilitation of the Nonprofit Excellence Series training sessions take place virtually or in-person and are open to all Larimer County nonprofit staff and volunteers.
For more information about the Nonprofit Excellence Series, please contact Morgan Vanek, Senior Nonprofit Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancel culture is an accountability tool that has affected all forms of media. Nonprofit marketing and communications leaders must understand how it is used, how to avoid it, and - most importantly - how to address it if and when their organization is affected.
In this presentation participants will:
This training opportunity was part three of United Way's Advancing Equity in Larimer County training series facilitated by Patrice M. Palmer of eRoot Consulting. Please click here to learn more about this series.
We are keenly aware that diversity is a change agent, but how do we make the business case for systemic change? This 60-minute interactive workshop for nonprofit board members and executive leadership showed the value of diversity, equity, and inclusion through promising techniques that are sure to lead the change they seek.
In this presentation participants will:
This training opportunity was part two of United Way's Advancing Equity in Larimer County training series facilitated by Patrice M. Palmer of eRoot Consulting. Please click here to learn more about this series.
This session challenged, enlightened, and expanded the perspectives of program coordinators and other direct-service staff and volunteers as they learned how to center inclusion in their agency culture and interactions with clients. This training enabled participants to:
This training opportunity was part one of United Way's Advancing Equity in Larimer County training series facilitated by Patrice M. Palmer of eRoot Consulting. Please click here to learn more about this series.
This session of our Nonprofit Excellence Series: Five Essential Tools for Grant Writing Success, was a virtual training to help nonprofit staff and volunteers with little to no grant writing experience understand the key elements involved in building a foundation for grant-seeking success.
This Nonprofit Excellence Series event introduced United Way of Larimer County’s Shared Services program. This program provides an opportunity to place operational tasks in the hands of a trusted professional, allowing nonprofit staff to direct time and attention toward making an impact in our community.
The following details of this Shared Services 101 event introduce the program, the team, and more about how a nonprofit organization can benefit from specialized expertise, including new opportunities for collaboration and engagement, and a variety of tools and resources designed to increase efficiency and effectiveness
At this Nonprofit Excellence Series event, we discussed how Larimer County nonprofit agencies can participate in this year's Make a Difference Day (MDD) and discussed strategies for adapting volunteer projects to accommodate public health and safety guidelines. This training included ways to utilize the Volunteer Resource Center of Larimer County at NoCoVolunteers.org and provided the opportunity for nonprofits to exchange ideas with other nonprofits for engaging volunteers both in-person and virtually.
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United Way of Larimer County requires a third-party accreditation for grant funding in 2021 and beyond. Click here to learn more about becoming a BBB accredited nonprofit. BBB's Charity Accreditation is one way to ensure your nonprofit is third-party accredited.
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We co-facilitate this collaborative group to connect with other nonprofit professionals, share resources, and ask questions.
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