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Nonprofit Advocacy Matters

The National Council for Nonprofits special edition of Advocacy Matters provides early analysis of what last week’s election results mean to the work of charitable nonprofits across the country.    Read more

Midterm Turnout Hits 50-Year High

Nonprofit Vote shares data about last week's historic voter turnout.   Read more

What the New Tax Law Means for Charitable Giving

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's Richard Peck shares the potential implications of the new tax code on philanthropy.  Read more from NH Business Review
Looking to Raise Money from New Sources?
Has your organization experienced shifts in funding that require you to raise money from new sources? This introduction to resource development will focus on the basics: where the charitable dollars are, and how you can attract them. The afternoon will be fun, informative, and interactive, and you’ll leave with the tools to do your job with greater confidence and effectiveness.
Development 101
Tuesday, November 27, 1:30 - 5:00 PM
League of NH Craftsmen in Concord
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Useful Tools & Interesting Articles

Commenting on Elected Officials

Bolder Advocacy shares permissible ways for a 501(c)(3) organization to address the 2018 election or mention previous candidates . Read more

Converting Volunteers to Donors: Missed Opportunity for Most Nonprofits

Data suggests a clear-cut relationship between volunteers and donors and implies that the same supporter often falls into both groups. Read more
How to Handle Bad Press and Get Back on Track
While rebuilding a damaged reputation requires a significant investment of time and resources, the lost revenue due to bad press carries an even heftier price tag.

Read more from Classy
5 Strategies to Determine If Your Nonprofit Is Keeping Up
GuideStar suggests five questions to ask in order to determine whether your nonprofit is simply resting on its laurels when it comes to your fundraising strategies.

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The Election is Over: Now What? 
Join us for our annual Policy Caucus and get the latest information about changes in the political make-up of our government. The Caucus will bring nonprofit leaders together with political analysts to explore the new political landscape. Take part in conversation that will guide you in responding to policy proposals, adapting to changes in government, and educating policy makers on the vast importance of New Hampshire’s nonprofit sector.

The New Political Landscape: What We Need to Know
Tuesday, December 11, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
NH Audubon McLane Center in Concord
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New on the Bulletin Board

UNH Student Teams Available for Projects in Spring 2019

The UNH Paul College of Business and Economics is gearing up once again for their annual project capstone courses and seeking real-world "clients" to work with student teams during the Spring 2019 term. Proposal requests due by December 7.   
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RFP for Fundraising Consultant-Catholic Medical Center

Catholic Medical Center seeks proposals from qualified fundraising consultants to conduct a planning/feasibility study of a fundraising campaign for the construction of a new building. Proposals due November 30.
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Building on Hope Now Accepting Submissions for Sixth Non-Profit Renovation Project

Building on Hope, an organization of New Hampshire volunteers including designers, architects, suppliers and builders, is accepting letters of interest through December 14 from in-state, nonprofit organizations in need of physical improvements to a facility it operates. The organization must be a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, own its facility and be located within 20 miles of Manchester.
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QuickBooks® Made Easy for Nonprofits
Get easy-to-follow, nonprofit-specific instructions on how to effectively use QuickBooks® with these three-day webinar series presented by Gregg Bossen, CPA, of QuickBooks® Made Easy. 

Enter code 'NH20' at checkout to save $20 on your registration for 1, 2, or all 3 days of the webinar series!

QuickBooks® Made Easy for Nonprofits, Desktop Edition

November 13-15, 2:00 - 4:00 PM

QuickBooks® Made Easy for Nonprofits, Online Edition

November 27-29, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
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Thank you!

Thank you to all of the Center's new and renewing members for October:

Nonprofit Members

  • Acton-Wakefield Watershed Alliance
  • American Independence Museum
  • American-Canadian Genealogical Society
  • Arts Council of Tamworth
  • Ascentria Care Alliance
  • Back in the Saddle, Equine Therapy Center
  • Belknap Mill Society
  • Brewster Academy
  • Bridges: Domestic & Sexual Violence Support Services
  • Calumet
  • Catholic Charities New Hampshire
  • Child Development Council
  • Community Bridges
  • Compass Classical Academy
  • Contoocook Valley Visual and Performing Arts Center
  • Cornucopia Project
  • Electric Earth Concerts
  • Equality Health Center
  • Families in Transition – New Horizons
  • Flying Gravity Circus
  • Friends of Centennial Hall
  • Garrison Players Arts Center
  • Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains
  • Interlakes Day Care
  • International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors, Inc.
  • Kreiva Academy
  • Lakes Region Mental Health Center
  • Main Street Art
  • March of Dimes New Hampshire Chapter
  • Mount Washington Valley Children's Museum
  • New England Healing Sports Association
  • New Hampshire Philharmonic Orchestra
  • NH Association of Special Education Administrators
  • NH College and University Council
  • NH Land Trust Coalition
  • NH Municipal Association
  • On The Road to Wellness Inc.
  • Peace of Mind Medicaid Consultant
  • Pro Portsmouth
  • QED Foundation
  • Red River Charitable Foundation
  • RiverWoods
  • Rye Historical Society
  • Seacoast Outright
  • Seymour Osman Community Center and Youth Safe Haven
  • Silverstone Living
  • Southern NH University
  • Strawbery Banke Museum
  • Tamworth Caregivers
  • The 1833 Society
  • The Granite YMCA
  • The New Hampshire Alliance for Public Charter Schools
  • The NH Providers Association
  • Tri-City Consumers' Action Co-Op
  • Twin Pines Housing Trust
  • Vetflix, Inc.
  • Volunteers of America Northern New England
Business Members
  • Bangor Savings Bank
Individual Members
  • Talmira Hill
  • Mary Ellen Jackson
Visit our website for a full list of our nonprofit, corporate, and individual members.

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