From the latest newsletter
In the first update to Florida Nonprofits membership dues in 27 years, there are new options to make budgeting easier while getting discounts.
Florida lost a greater percentage of banks during the recession than any other state, going from 308 to only 137 in the last ten years.
Florida Nonprofits is making our members’ search for funding easier.
Florida Nonprofits Celebrated the Holidays and Our Volunteers.
From the November/December newsletter
Pro Bono Professional Expertise through the Taproot Foundation
Florida Nonprofits searches for resources needed by nonprofits and provides the information to our members. Our latest find is the Taproot Foundation, which connects nonprofits with passionate professionals who share their expertise pro bono. Taproot programs allow nonprofits to access the marketing, strategy, HR, and IT solutions that they need to achieve their missions. Click here to read the article.
Florida Nonprofits is a Foundation Center Funding Information Network Partner
Florida Nonprofits is making our members’ search for funding easier. Click here to read the article.
Alternative Medicine at Adam Nous Academy
With global over-population, air and water pollution, medical and food shortages, drug-resistant diseases, and rising healthcare costs, many people want to know more about alternatives for physical, mental and spiritual well-being. Click here to read the article.
Combined Federal Campaign Funds Nonprofits
The Combined Federal Campaign is the world’s largest workplace giving program, reaching all employees of the US Federal government and armed services. The CFC raises millions of dollars annually for a variety of charities. Click here to read the article and learn how to get your nonprofit involved.
Tree of Hope
You are invited to honor and memorialize your loved one this Christmas season with an ornament of remembrance on Catholic Hospice’s Tree of Hope for a donation. Please click here for further info on the Tree of Hope, or call Catholic Hospice 305.822.2380.
Congratulations to the 2017 graduates of the Sunshine Certificate in Nonprofit Management:
Dr. Rick Daniels
Dr. M. Tina Dupree
They are the future bright stars in nonprofit management and we hope you will join us in congratulating them on achieving this distinguished certification in coordination with the Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Fischler School of Education and Human Services and Broward College (BC).
It was inspiring to see their passion, willingness to work as a team and eagerness to master new skills and knowledge.
Certificate in Nonprofit Management
The next Saturday class in the ongoing monthly series is January 20, 2018 and covers Information Revolution: Managing Technology, and Planning: Power Vision & Strategic Thinking.
Click here for more information,
or click here to register.
From the October newsletter
IRS Audit Guides
The IRS is sharing the Audit Technique Guides (ATGs) reviewers use when looking at 501(c)(3) public charities and other NPOs. Click here to read the article.
Should your organization be featured on “How to Help” list after hurricanes of or other disasters in Florida? Get more notice through the SmartResponse website by Disaster Accountability Project.
Click here for more information.
This video seeks to honor the U.S.Armed Forces veterans who were nominated by their peers and honored at the Salute to Veterans’ Gala, Hosted by the Florida Association of Nonprofits, on November 12, 2016.
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.
The Springfield community showed its support Wednesday for the Community Mercy Health Partners hospital’s employees to have the freedom to decide whether or not to join a union. An advertisement of a petition featuring 3,500 Springfield residents’ signatures and a request for fairness was featured in several local newspapers, including theSpringfield News-Sun. The ad asks hospital administrators to allow for open discussion, to refrain from negative campaigning and intimidation tactics, to not spend money on anti-union consultants and to avoid delays or legal challenges. Workers expressed their intent to join the Service Employees International Union to Andrew McColloch, the hospital’s chief executive officer, in February. Six complaints by the hospital’s employees were filed with the National Labor Relations Board on March 15.
While two of the claims were closed as of early May, four remained open, including an allegation that managers intimidated employees in the initial stage of organizing.The hospital stated in an e-mail to the Dayton Business Journal recently that it will not interfere with employees’ “freedom to express his or her personal views.” It also said its employees are able to do their jobs without the aid of a third party. The Community Mercy Health Partners hospital was formed last July by a merger between Community Hospital and Mercy Medical Center. The union targeted the hospital because it is one of five in the Catholic Health Partners organization, and the union says its hospitals are nonprofits that concentrate too much on the bottom line and use unfair practices to charge uninsured patients. The SEIU is based in Washington, D.C., and has 1.8 million members from professions including health systems, public services and building services.