Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network

 

INRNlogo201372RGBThe Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network (INRN) is a regionally-based service providing affordable, accessible, and high quality public and and private workshops. INRN staff members also provide consultation and facilitation services for all Indiana nonprofits. Topics range from cutting edge to basic content. The Network is coordinated by the Indiana Association of United Ways and has received generous support from the Lilly Endowment since 1994. INRN works as a team with Indiana United Ways and many other nonprofit partners to meet nonprofit training and development needs and implement innovative programs.

Counties Served in the Southern Indiana Region

Brown, Clark, Crawford, Daviess, Dubois, Floyd, Gibson, Greene, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Knox, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Orange, Perry, Pike, Posey, Scott, Spencer, Vanderburgh, Warrick, Washington.

For more information contact June Miller   or phone 812-421-7482

Upcoming Workshops:

Date/Time Event
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Major Gifts: Three Steps to Accelerating Your Success
Deaconess VNA Plus, Evansville IN

11:15 am – 2:00 pm CDT

Over the course of 80 campaigns, Rob developed the Identify-Engage-Invite model for major gifts. During this interactive workshop Rob will break down the model into bite-size chunks with stories, examples, and role-playing. By the end of this workshop you will know where to find major gift prospects, how to align their passions with your projects, and how to ask for their financial support. You will leave this workshop with a complete cultivation plan for a major donor prospect.

Our Presenter: Rob Henson, CFRE
Philanthropy Advisor, Old National Wealth Management

Rob has worked for 15 years in all aspects of fundraising administration for philanthropic organizations. Rob is a Certified Fund Raising Executive. He has held positions as capital campaign manager, foundation executive director, and consultant to foundation staff and leadership. He has managed hundreds of campaigns and planned giving programs. He is a frequent workshop presenter on the topics of planned giving and faith-based philanthropy. In addition to providing sound investment strategy for his clients, Rob also advises clients and donors on effective fundraising and giving strategies.

Cost: $20

Registration closes one week prior to workshop date or when workshop is full.

 

Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Grant Writing 101: What every Grant Proposal Should Include
Fortnightly Building, Vincennes IN

Wednesday, August 31, 2016 • 11:15 am – 2:00 pm (EDT)
Fortnightly Building • 421 N. Sixth Street • Vincennes, IN 47591 Registration: $20, includes materials and lunch
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Grant Writing 101: What every Grant Proposal Should Include

This workshop will outline the most important elements of getting started in writing grant proposals that can result in additional funding. Examples of completed grant proposals and information on finding grant opportunities will be included. The benefit of Grant Writing 101 will be a greater understanding of what grant makers are looking for in the grant proposals and where you can look for grant opportunities.

Sponsors: Knox County Public Library and the Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network

Presenters: June Miller, Southern Regional Director, Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network and Judy Kratzner, Knox County Public Library

Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Executive Director/CEO Succession Planning
Vincennes University Jasper Campus, CTIM Building, Jasper IN

Executive Director/CEO Succession Planning – Always be Ready

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 • 11:00 am – 2:00 pm (EDT)
Vincennes University Jasper Campus, CTIM Building
850 College Ave. • Jasper, IN 47546
Registration: $20, includes materials and lunch
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Executive Director/CEO Succession Planning – Always be Ready

Are you ready if your lead staff person announces he/she is leaving…next week?

The departure of an Executive Director/CEO is usually a significant event for an organization. Board leaders and other staff are expected to step into the gap and keep the organization “humming”, yet only 34% of the nonprofits have leadership succession or transition plans. Board leaders can feel uncertain about their responsibilities when a notice of resignation or retirement is received. Increasingly, funders are asking grantees if they have a written succession plan in place.

During this workshop, each organization will have the opportunity to draft an Emergency Succession Plan for their ED/CEO, explore staff and board development strategies that can help create a successful transition, and walk through a typical transition process from beginning to end.

Our Presenter
Bryan A. Orander, President
Charitable Advisors, LLC
Indianapolis, IN 46250

Bryan Orander, President of Charitable Advisors and publisher of the Indianapolis Not-for-Profit News has supported more than 25 nonprofit boards through ED/CEO transitions over the past five years in addition to assisting dozens more in assembling succession plans or exploring possible strategies. Bryan was one of the first consultants in the country to be trained in the Executive Transition Management process developed by the Annie E Casey Foundation and has since been an instructor of the material in addition to a practitioner.

Friday, October 21, 2016
The 50/50 Solution: Raising More Money from Men and Women
Central Library Browning Rooms A & B, Evansville IN

9:30 am – 3:00 pm CDT

Presenter: Andrea Pactor, Associate Director, Women’s Philanthropy Institute, IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

Cost: $59

Looking for new donors to fuel your nonprofit’s mission?  Fundraisers today must engage women and men because gender matters in philanthropy.  In this daylong workshop we will explore new research about gender differences in motivations for giving and philanthropic behavior; who’s making the decisions about charitable giving in the household; and how to engage more effectively with men and women donors.

Registration closes one week prior to workshop date or when workshop is full.

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