July 31: Last Day to Save $25 on Membership
Throughout the pandemic Nonprofit Montgomery was here for you, bringing County decision makers to meet with nonprofits, highlighting the work of the sector, adding programs and content to meet the crisis, and successfully advocating for increases in County contracts.
Renew today and receive $25 off your membership dues. Use the code EARLYBIRD and click apply discount. Our 2021-2022 membership starts July 1, 2021.
Contact us if you need an invoice or if you have any questions.
Everything you wanted to know about returning to work with Nonprofit HR
Part 1: Returning to Work Webinar
Thursday, July 29, 2pm-3:30pm
Click here to register.
Many leaders and staff have been envisioning a return to physical workplaces after prolonged absences necessitated by the pandemic. We’ve adapted, flexed, and pivoted to working virtually.
Through this webinar we hope to:
Part 2: Open Q&A
Thursday, August 5, 2-4pm
Click here to register.
Bring your questions about returning to the psychical workspace.
Facilitator: Lisa Wright Ponce, MSHR, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, sHRBP
Lisa Wright Ponce leverages over 20 years of nonprofit and for-profit sector experience in her role as Senior Consultant. Lisa has proven capacity for strategically assessing diverse organizations and designing multi-faceted workplace solutions.
Nonprofit Montgomery Welcomes New Staff & Board Changes
Franca Brilliant has joined us as our new Development & Advocacy Director. Over the past two decades Franca Brilliant has worked with numerous organizations, as a board member, consultant, and employee, to help them become more effective at achieving their goals while staying true to their mission and values. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Please welcome Lavontte Chatmon as our new Program and Membership Director. Lavontte is a visionary nonprofit professional with 13 years of experience in program development, operation, and management. She is dedicated to the promotion of diversity, equity, inclusion, and access and has developed BIPOC affinity groups and DEI committees in her previous roles. You can reach Lavontte at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Nonprofit Montgomery Board welcomes new officers of the Board as of July 1.
Lescault & Walderman: Reading Financial Statements
You have an important story to tell so make sure you understand what your financial statements say about your organization to grant-makers and donors. Join us on September 14 from 1-2pm. Click here to register.
Lescault and Walderman is a business consulting firm that provides DMV Accounting, Bookkeeping and CFO Services to small to medium businesses in the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia regions.
MSDE Child Care Stabilization Grant
The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) announced that licensed child care centers and registered family child care providers in Maryland can apply for Child Care Stabilization Grants. The more than $309 million American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021 child care stabilization initiative provides grants to licensed providers that sustain the child care sector and build a stronger child care system.
Child care providers licensed by the Maryland State Department of Education no later than March 11, 2021 (as required by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021) are eligible to receive an American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021 Child Care Stabilization Grant if they are:
Grant Awards Amounts: $15,000 base award and $300 per licensed slot
Grant Application Submission Deadline: August 6, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. EST
Click here for FAQs, worksheets, the application link, and more.
Addressing Homelessness: A Community Conversation
Interfaith Works will be hosting a community conversation on addressing homelessness on July 29 at 7pm. The event will feature experts who will explore the complexities of addressing and resolving homelessness. Click this link for more information.
Grants & Funding Opportunities
MSDE Childcare Stabilization Grant: see above
The Community Foundation: Summer Grant Round
Deadline Extended: MoCo Economic Development Grant for Nonprofits
The MoCo Economic Development Grant Program for Nonprofits will provide competitively selected grants ranging from $10,000 to $20,000. The grant is for Montgomery County nonprofits with initiatives that align with one (or more) of the four identified priorities: (1) Minority Entrepreneurship, (2) STEM Education, (3) Research and Innovation Development, and (4) Small-Scale Manufacturing.
The application deadline has been extended. The new due date is July 23, 5pm and award notifications begin August 16. Click here for more info and to apply.
What We're Reading
Audubon Naturalist Society: DC Conservation Advocate
Collaboration Council: Project Coordinator
Nonprofit Montgomery: Administrative and Finance Coordinator
PEP: Deputy Director
Community Bridges: 3 open positions
Middle School Program Manager
High School Program Manager
College and Career Program Manager
DC Volunteer Lawyers Project: Victim Advocate/Program Manager for Child Advocacy & Immigration Programs
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