Florida Association of Nonprofits celebrates its 25-year anniversary
November 7, 2015
Florida Association of Nonprofits – Evening Gala Click to View Video
Florida Nonprofits- Take Your Organization to the Next Level!
Florida Association of Nonprofit Organizations – Formerly FANO is the heart of the nonprofit community. A statewide resource center and professional network of 501 (c)(3)s. Learn how we help, educate, advocate, research, train, and provide saving programs to nonprofits in the community. We also provide nonprofit start-up training and consulting.
Dr. Charles Flowers – Lawton’s Heart Humanitarian Award
Dr. Charles Flowers was among the first Army Air Corps in Tuskegee cadet graduates. He became a flight instructor in 1942 and trained Tuskegee cadets to fly for five years. He majored in business administration at North Carolina Central University, then known as North Carolina College for Negroes, and became the first black manager of a North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Commission liquor store in Winston Salem, N.C., and co-owner of a drugstore. After retiring from NASA in 1990 as a manager of employee relations, Flowers began to mentor local students through his church, Lanham’s Ebenezer United Methodist Church. He did so until about 2009, when his health began to fail. This video celebrates his life.
This is a 21st Annual Conference promotional video, sponsored by Florida Association of Nonprofits – formerly FANO.
Social Media and New Marketing for Florida Nonprofits at FANO’s Annual Conference
Dr. Carmen D. Ortiz, will be presenting a workshop on New Marketing and Social Media for Nonprofits at the 21st Annual Conference sponsored by FANO in Miami August 27th and 28th, 2012. In this video she shares reasons why leaders of Florida nonprofits need to attend this year’s conference.
Florida Nonprofit Conference in Miami
Marina Pavlov of FANO talks about Nonprofit Conference
Marina Pavlov, founder and CEO of Florida Association of Nonprofit Organizations – Formerly FANO, shares information about the 21st annual conference to be held in Miami August 27-28th, 2012.
Florida Nonprofits Annual Conference
Marina Pavlov, founder and CEO of Florida Association of Nonprofits – formerly FANO, shares the three key reasons why leaders of nonprofit organizations need to participate in the Annual Conference to be held in Miami August 27th and 28th, 2012.
Florida Nonprofits Annual Conference – Why a Realtor is Attending
Jesus Fernandez, a Miami realtor, shares his experience and urges all leaders to attend FANO’s conference on August 27th and 28th in Miami, Florida. He shares key reasons why he will attend this year’s conference: great networking, speakers and making a difference by giving back to his community.
Mark Your Calendar November 7; Florida Supremes Rule, Millionaires, Tampa Meet & Greet
Want to know more about the new laws going into effect July 1?
The Florida Legislation crafted them during regular and special sessions and we are keeping you updated in our newsletter this month. Want to here more about the 30 new laws call in to the Florida Nonprofits teleconference scheduled for Wed., July 22.
Is your organization providing health promotion and preventive services? You may qualify for a grant from Health Foundation of South Florida. Deadline for this opportunity Aug 7.
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Held twice a month, FREE, pack a sandwich and listen during your work lunch: Florida Nonprofits is dedicated to bringing the current trends to the nonprofit leaders. That is currently done through Lunch and Learns which are 45 minute, quick and to the point teleconferences, featuring Q and A, and a subject matter specialist, similar to a TED talks. To Register for a TELECONFERENCE email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sunshine Certificate in Nonprofit Management
Participants can take part in a 4-day intensive program conducted by experts in their respective topics. The Sunshine Certificate in Nonprofit Management in partnership with Nova Southeastern University (NSU) and Broward College (BC). The September conference will be held in St. Petersburg on September 10-13.
WZ News (May) – Advocate Now
Looking for strategies to help your organization achieve greater impact? Need to learn which public policies will impact your organization in the next year? Independent Sector, PPAI, Public Policy Action Institute, is a one- stop shop for experts and novices. It will be hosted in Florida for the first time, on October 26-27 at the Intercontinental Hotel Miami. The action institute is about gaining information, skills and networks.
All necessary to take your public policy, advocacy, government partnerships and organizational impact to the next level. To make it easy, the nonprofit leaders, advocates, communications professionals and program specialist from around the US convene at this single event in Miami. Join the Florida Nonprofits and come to this event as we learn to represent our mission with more impact!
Upcoming Conferences & Events
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The Florida Association of Nonprofits exists to to help nonprofits thrive by providing information (education), advocacy, resources, and networking opportunities in addition to providing savings through the aggregate buying power of its membership and our Preferred Partners. To further this goal, Florida Nonprofits offers an extensive range of classes, hosts seminars, holds regular Meet & Greet networking events, and schedules Lunch & Learn teleconferences. Here are some of Florida Nonprofits’ upcoming events.
The next intensive, four-day session will be September 15-18 at the Ritz Carlton Gold Resort in Naples, Florida.
Click here to register for the four-day intensive course.
The monthly classes in the Sunshine Certificate in Nonprofit Management for August (August 26)
will cover Executive Director Training and Fundraising and Big Gifts.
Click here for more information, including full course curriculum and faculty, or click here to register for August’s classes.
Lunch & Learn Teleconferences:
Florida Nonprofits is dedicated to bringing the current trends to nonprofit leaders. That is done through Lunch & Learns, which are 45-minute, quick and to the point teleconferences, featuring Q and A, and a subject matter specialist, similar to a TED talk.
Meet & Greet Networking Events:
Florida Nonprofits is dedicated to hosting social gatherings all over the state of Florida to allow for collaboration in a relaxed setting.
MERGING IS THE WAY OF THE FUTURE… COLLABORATING AND WORKING TOGETHER.
Switchboard Miami, one of the oldest nonprofits serving the community now has a new website and a database listings over 5,000 programs and serving Miami- Dade County and now the Keys. Three years ago, they saw a new opportunity. The “All Stars Awards” in October, was an opportunity to thank the nonprofits for providing the referral services to our 150,000 plus calls per year. Currently nominations are accepted in seven categories (Miami’s all star, rookie of the year, collaboration, leadership, innovation,volunteerism and most valuable).
Also Switchboard Miami just completed a merger between it’s phone counseling and the face to face counseling of Family Counseling Service. Today it is officially a service within Switchboard. Look for more updates as Switchboard Miami opens a new office in Key West with the newly acquired Helpline of the Florida Keys, formed in the 1980’s, and serving Monroe County. Big Congrats to you Switchboard Miami.
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