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2019 First Installment Taxes Due
The due date for the 2019 first installment Real Estate, Tangible Personal Property and Mobile Home tax bills is June 30, 2019. Because June 30, 2019 falls on a Sunday, by law, payments made in the Treasurer's Office by, or postmarked with the date of Monday, July 1, 2019 or before will be accepted as timely.
Millennial entrepreneurs tend to give and volunteer at higher levels than older entrepreneurs, a report from Fidelity Charitable finds. According to the report, Entrepreneurs as Philanthropists (18 pages, PDF), younger entrepreneurs tend to have a different approach to business and philanthropy than those in Generation X and boomers, with more than 80 percent of millennial business owners saying that giving is a very important activity in their lives, compared to 57 percent of Gen Xers and 48 percent of boomers. In addition, nearly half of millennial entrepreneurs say charitable giving is a "critical piece" of who they are....More »
2019 Health Rankings of Localities Released
The newly released report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin provides a snapshot of the health of localities within every state in the country. The report details specific health indicators and statistics. View the report HERE and learn how Gloucester compares.
New studies shed light on how low-income children can beat the odds that are against them in school and beyond. Click on the the link above for article.
New National and Virginia Value of Volunteer Time Announced
The Independent Sector has released a new Value of Volunteer Time of $25.43 an hour nationally and $27.50 an hour in Virginia.This value is calculated each year to show the economic impact of volunteers on our economy. Just like a check or a pledge card, volunteers are a vital resource that help nonprofits deliver on their mission. Board members, committee members, and community volunteers contribute in unimaginable ways.
Nonprofit Finance Team Survival Guide is a field guide for navigating the complexity and demands of nonprofit financial management.
Tips for Stress-Free Volunteer Supervision will increase the likelihood that staff members view volunteers as a way to ease their workload, not add to it.
The Trump Administration is proposing to redefine the poverty line by adjusting the metrics used to set the Official Poverty Measure that determines eligibility for numerous federal benefits programs, including the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as food stamps, Head Start, and Medicaid. The federal Office of Management and Budget is seeking input on which of various consumer price indexes should be used to make annual inflation adjustments to the poverty line. A lower official inflation adjustment would mean that the poverty line would rise more slowly, likely reducing the number of people who would qualify for the various programs. Lee Sherman, President and CEO of the National Human Services Assembly, expressed concern that the Administration’s solution for reducing poverty in America appears to be “to change the rules for how we measure poverty, not doing anything that will have a positive effect on the financial condition of those who struggle in a challenging economy.” The government is seeking public comments by June 21.
Raising Volunteers: Involving Children and Their Families
Faye C. Roberts examines the importance of involving children and teens in the volunteer experience and explores ways to introduce children and teens to volunteering. Because reaching children also means reaching their parents, it identifies frequently suggested approaches to family-oriented volunteering for different age groups. By examining what appeals to parents, you may be able to find ways your organization can reach families, involve youth, and help encourage the volunteers of tomorrow.
Check out the resource listing of upcoming training opportunities and organizations that provide ongoing training on various topics of interest to non-profits.
NAMI Connection Recovery Support Groups: free 90 minute, peer–led sessions offer a safe, relaxed, and supportive environment where adults living with mental illness can share, listen and learn about the challenges and successes of coping with mental illness, 1st & 3rd Friday of the month, 1:30 - 3:00 p.m., 84 East Peer Recovery Center, 7603 Hospital Drive, Gloucester ,VA
2019 Funders Forum
Connect with key organizations that guide our regions nonprofit funding. Learn how to build strong relationships and partnerships to secure your nonprofits fundraising future as well as information on how board engagement and stewardship can increase the success of your funding requests. With local foundation funders as well as corporate representatives, and development officers present this forum will sell out, don't miss out on this unique opportunity. Breakfast will be provided.
Date: Thursday, June 27, 2019
Time: 8:30 a.m. Networking & Breakfast
9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Panel Discussion/Q&A
12:15 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. Wrap up/key takeaways
TCC Virginia Beach Campus, Advanced Technology Center
Registration/Cost: $75.00 (Breakfast Included)RSVP here TODAY!
The Nonprofit Learning Lab approaches all our trainings with an understanding that nonprofit professionals have a base of knowledge and are seeking out additional information and guidance to more effectively operate in their roles. The cost is $90 for Network Peninsula members and $105 for non-members. The program schedule and registration is available at: https://www.nonprofitlearninglab.org/virginia
CHECK out The Academy for Nonprofit Excellence Spring 2019 course line up here! Registration is OPEN!
by MPNN CSB Prevention, Health and Wellness Division.
Earn a prestigious Nonprofit Executive Director certification
This information-packed training will help you thrive in your current role, will position you well for career progression, will instill confidence in your board and stakeholders, and will allow your organization to accomplish more.Nonprofit Executive Director Certification Program: Essential Training for an Essential Position
YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID:The Youth Mental Health First Aid Training is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing mental health or addiction challenges or is in crisis. The course introduces common mental health challenges for youth, reviews typical adolescent development, and teaches a 5-step action plan for how to help young people in both crisis and non-crisis situations. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, substance use, disorders in which psychosis may occur, disruptive behavior disorders (including ADHD), and eating disorders.
These trainings are open to the public. Materials will be provided. Bring a brown bag for a working lunch. Registrations will be accepted on a first come first served basis.
YOUTH MHFA – July 31, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Bay Transit Meeting Room, 111 Commerce Parkway, Warsaw, $35.00 (includes materials)
ONLINE REGISTRATION: www.chvc.online
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Thursday, July 25, 2019
YOUTH MHFA – August 1, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Bay Transit Meeting Room, 5959 Fiddlers Green Rd., Gloucester, $35.00 (includes materials)
ONLINE REGISTRATION: www.chvc.online
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, July 26, 2019
CHILDREN FIRST: Children First is a 4-hour co-parenting education program designed to promote positive and healthy communication for families experiencing the challenges of transition through separation and/or divorce. The program assists parents in understanding the importance of an active, involved, and positive relationship with their children by minimizing parental conflict.
WHEN & WHERE:
Prevention Services Office, 3786 George Washington Mem. Hwy.; Wednesday, June 12, 2019—8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
COST: $50.00 per person. Payment must be received seven (7) days prior to the scheduled class. No exceptions.
REGISTRATION: Pre-registration by phone is required. To register please call 804-642-5402.
THE NURTURING PARENTING PROGRAMS
ON GOING NURTURING PARENTING PROGRAM (Parents Only)
1. MPNNCSB Gloucester Counseling Center, 9228 George Washington Memorial Highway, Gloucester, VA 23061.
Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
2. MPNN CSB Warsaw Counseling Center, 414 Main Street, Warsaw, Richmond County:
Mondays, 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Pre-registration is required
NOTE: The 15-week On-Going Nurturing Parenting Program takes place year round. Parents can enroll in the classes at any time.
MPNN CSB Prevention, Health & Wellness PO Box 452, Hayes, VA 23072
Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast: to volunteer, reconnect, donate or join, visit www.gsccc.org or call 1-800-77SCOUT.
Employment Opportunities: Click on the seal below to go to the site
Show me the money! Information on grants and funding opportunities are provided below.
Susan Harwood Job Training Grants provide funding for a range of job training activities. Deadline: July 2
Drug-Free Communities Grants seek to establish and strengthen collaboration among organizations to prevent and reduce substance abuse among youth. Deadline: July 8
National Park Service: Deadline June 30, 2019
Description: The National Park Service is accepting applications to the Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance (RTCA) program. Funding assists with community-led natural resource conservation and outdoor recreation initiatives.Guidance is provided to communities so they can conserve waterways, preserve open space, and develop trails and greenways. Selected projects have included elements of environmental education.View Details here.
Grant Gopher Database Search Tip!
Are you looking for grants to support projects in the classroom? You'll find those types of grants in our "Education" category. This category is for all grants related to in-school K-12 and higher education programs.
• Select your state and county • Select the Education program area • Use the keyword classroom
These types of grants are usually offered via a bi-annual or annual grant cycle so you might not see something available for you now, but keep checking in. Pro users receive an email alert when new grants matching their saved searches are added or updated. Not only that, but they're often notified well in advance of the cycle being open (as soon as we have the dates confirmed), which really helps with the grant planning process. Happy searching! Go to: Grant Gopher
Scholarships for Youth - The Patient Advocate Foundation offers scholarships for youth (age 25 and under) suffering from a life threatening or chronic condition. Deadline to apply is in the fall. To learn more, click here.
Patagonia Accepting Applications for Grassroots Environmental Campaigns Grants of up to $12,000 will be awarded to grassroots organizations with provocative direct-action agendas aimed at preserving and protecting the environment....Deadline: Rolling
Dominion Energy will once again provide $1 million in environmental grants this year through the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation. The competitive program is designed to support specific short-term projects by nonprofit organizations and schools working to improve the environment and provide environmental education experiences in communities served by Dominion Energy. Non-profit organizations are invited to apply for grants of up to $25,000 each for short-term projects that promise measurable results to improve the environment.
Wells Fargo Giving: Wells Fargo is proud to support organizations working to strengthen our communities. Each state served has its own criteria.
Grants.gov: This site provides a comprehensive list of government grants as well as an online application feature. Deadline: Open
Fundsnet Services: This site provides an online fundraising and grants directory, featuring 28 extensive categories.
Grant Gopher: Your underground connection to available grants for nonprofits!