The Florida Association of Nonprofits exists 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 and webinars. We also frequently coordinate with our members and preferred partners to get you information and events that are of great interest to nonprofits. Here are some of the current events and announcements, and also some of our previous successes with these partnerships.
The City of Miramar and Grant Writing USA will present a two-day grants workshop, November 28-29, 2018. This training is for grant seekers across all disciplines. Attend this class to learn how to find grants and write winning grant proposals. Beginning and experienced grant writers are encouraged to attend.
We are excited to offer area nonprofits a special tuition rate of $425 which includes everything: two days of terrific instruction, workbook, and access to our Alumni Forum that’s packed full of tools, helpful discussions and more than 200 sample grant proposals. Please use discount code “FLNPO” to receive this $30 discount off full price at registration. Seating is limited, online reservations are necessary. Tuition payment is not required at the time of enrollment.
Complete event details including learning objectives, class location, graduate testimonials and online registration are available here. Join Florida Nonprofits’ member Grant Writing USA at this fabulous event.
The Southeastern Association of Community Action Agencies (SEACAA) is headed to Orlando for their annual conference, September 18-21. They are inviting area nonprofits/organizations that share an interest in creating stronger communities by uplifting low-income and underserved families to participate/exhibit at the conference.
On September 18 there will be a Poverty Symposium that includes a powerful Poverty Simulation. We invite local nonprofits to participate, without charge, in this symposium, which is a very effective way of sensitizing community participants to the realities of poverty.
Information regarding the Conference, the Symposium and the SEACAA can be found at https://www.seacaa.org/2018-annual-conference.
Grandissimo Arte Event
We had a great time at the “Interpressionism” exhibit by Florida Nonprofits’ member Master Painter Daniel Austin on May 11 at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center. Thanks to Andee-Media.com for the photos, and the 33rd Street Wine Bar for the drinks.