SCCF is launching a series of nonprofit capacity building events. We'll be offering nonprofit leaders a chance to learn together about challenges like:
social media marketing
...and creating a fundraising plan
We'll also be hosting some less formal networking events for nonprofits to create collaborative relationships. Keep an eye out for updates on this page, in our nonprofit network newsletter and on our Facebook page!
Steuben County nonprofit leaders learned about board responsibilities, such as financial oversight and fundraising, as well as how to bring fun and mission moments to their meeting.
Click below to download our 2 year nonprofit training series plan. Dates and locations may change for some of these workshops, but the most accurate information will always be posted on this page.
Dr. Kelly Trusty led a "Grants 101" style workshop at Trine University. Many of the resources she shared are listed on our Nonprofit Resources tab of the website.
Space may be limited for events, so please RSVP with the number of staff and board members at your nonprofit who plan to attend. Contact JoAnna Ness, our communications director, at email@example.com or call 260-665-6656.
Kathy Armstrong led participants through an exercise creating SMART goals and discussed the difference between outputs, outcomes, and impact. This was a great activity for grantseekers who are required to write final reports to funders.
Reviewing financial data shouldn't be scary or intimidating. SCCF is excited to present this opportunity for nonprofits to learn about budgeting from local accountant, Brenda Shipe.
As a thank-you to Steuben County's nonprofit community, SCCF invites our local nonprofit leaders to attend a networking event at Scoops, Ice Cream. SCCF will pay for the ice cream in exchange for the sharing of ideas about ways we can all work together to make our community better. Come prepared to talk about your organization's programming, challenges, and big dreams for the future! This will be an informal event with just one agenda item: build connections with other nonprofit leaders.
Both of these events will take place on May 29th.
SCCF is using a new grant software system to manage our applications. We're offering 2 short info sessions to help Steuben County nonprofits learn how to apply for multiple SCCF grant opportunities. If there is enough interest, SCCF is open to adding an evening session at 5:30pm.