Center for Nonprofit Management

Center for Nonprofit Management For over 40 years we've helped equip nonprofit leaders in SoCal with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to create the greatest impact in their communities.
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The Center for Nonprofit Management's (CNM) is a comprehensive source for management education, training, and consulting that helps nonprofit organizations achieve their goals.

The Center for Nonprofit Management's (CNM) is a comprehensive source for management education, training, and consulting that helps nonprofit organizations achieve their goals.

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This summer and fall, the LA City Council and LA County Redistricting Commissions will be hearing from community leaders...
07/22/2021
Lunch & Learn: What You Need to Know About LA City Council Redistricting — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

This summer and fall, the LA City Council and LA County Redistricting Commissions will be hearing from community leaders and residents about redistricting – the once-a-decade effort to make sure each city council district have a similar number of residents represented. Nonprofit leaders play an important role in ensuring these decisions are fair, inclusive, equitable and representative.

Join us on Friday, July 30 from 11:30-12:30 to hear from members of the Commissions and activists who will share how community leaders can get involved over the next few weeks to ensure that communities have equal access to political representation and funding for the next decade.

Free RSVP: https://www.cnmsocal.org/events/2021/7/30/lunch-learn-what-you-need-to-know-about-la-redistricting

This summer and fall, the LA City Council and LA County Redistricting Commissions will be hearing from community leaders and residents about redistricting – the once-a-decade effort to make sure each city council district have a similar number of residents represented. Nonprofit leaders play an im...

Our Summer of Care series kicks off next week with discounted seminars on #funddevelopment and #nonprofit #culture while...
07/06/2021
Announcing Our 2021 Summer Training Series — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

Our Summer of Care series kicks off next week with discounted seminars on #funddevelopment and #nonprofit #culture while working #remote. Save your seat today: https://www.cnmsocal.org/blog/2021/6/24/announcing-our-summer-training-series

This summer, as you reflect and refuel, we invite you to join CNM for a new virtual seminar series focused on caring for your community, your team, and yourself. We know our sector is stretched and stressed, from navigating hybrid and return-to-work plans and adapting to the latest developments in g

This summer, as you reflect and refuel, we invite you to join CNM for a new virtual seminar series focused on caring for...
06/24/2021
Announcing Our 2021 Summer Training Series — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

This summer, as you reflect and refuel, we invite you to join CNM for a new virtual seminar series focused on caring for your community, your team, and yourself. We know our sector is stretched and stressed, from navigating hybrid and return-to-work plans and adapting to the latest developments in grantwriting and fundraising; and from re-balancing power and increasing equity to preventing your team's burnout — CNM is providing opportunities for you to both grow professionally and respond effectively to the complex and difficult needs of the communities you serve. And with discounted summer rates on these special program offerings, it's a great time to learn new approaches and skills to help you tackle these challenges.

This summer, as you reflect and refuel, we invite you to join CNM for a new virtual seminar series focused on caring for your community, your team, and yourself. We know our sector is stretched and stressed, from navigating hybrid and return-to-work plans and adapting to the latest developments in g

Join us, Friday, June 18 from 11:30-12:30 for a conversation about how to choose and execute the right workplace-return ...
06/10/2021
A Conversation About Returning to the Workplace — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

Join us, Friday, June 18 from 11:30-12:30 for a conversation about how to choose and execute the right workplace-return plan for your team.

As vaccination rates climb and infection rates drop, organizations are beginning to return to physical workspaces. Whether returning fully, continuing with staff being remote, or taking a hybrid approach, there are a variety of concerns to consider and address. Join us for the conversation as Bolton & Company, Cal/OSHA, and CNM weigh the pros and cons of each scenario, look at what to consider for your organization, and offer guidance on implementing your own chosen plan.

As vaccination rates climb and infection rates drop, organizations are beginning to return to physical workspaces. Whether returning fully, continuing with staff being remote, or taking a hybrid approach, there are a variety of concerns to consider and address. Join us for the conversation as Bolton

Hats off to the dedicated staff of Para Los Niños on the completion of a comprehensive Leadership Development Program. O...
05/27/2021

Hats off to the dedicated staff of Para Los Niños on the completion of a comprehensive Leadership Development Program. Over the course of the last year, CNM facilitated nine trainings for PLN's senior leaders and front-line workers covering everything from performance management, supervision and feedback, partnerships and financial management to strategic thinking and growth frameworks. We're in awe of the work they do and the growth they achieved. During these extraordinary times, Para Los Niños demonstrates the critical role leaders play in supporting children, families, and communities. We commend our partners Drew Furedi, President & CEO, Deanette Brewer, PHR, VP, Human Resources and Deena Williams Mangrum, Director, Talent Strategy and Human Resources on their leadership and commitment to staff development.

Hats off to the dedicated staff of Para Los Niños on the completion of a comprehensive Leadership Development Program. Over the course of the last year, CNM facilitated nine trainings for PLN's senior leaders and front-line workers covering everything from performance management, supervision and feedback, partnerships and financial management to strategic thinking and growth frameworks. We're in awe of the work they do and the growth they achieved. During these extraordinary times, Para Los Niños demonstrates the critical role leaders play in supporting children, families, and communities. We commend our partners Drew Furedi, President & CEO, Deanette Brewer, PHR, VP, Human Resources and Deena Williams Mangrum, Director, Talent Strategy and Human Resources on their leadership and commitment to staff development.

We're counting down to our 501(c)onference next week (5/11-12) and hope to see you there! In between writing grant propo...
05/05/2021
501 (c)onference 2021 — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

We're counting down to our 501(c)onference next week (5/11-12) and hope to see you there! In between writing grant proposals, board meeting agendas, and supporting stressed out staff, we think it’s time to take a few hours to look back at the lessons learned over this past year and look forward to what you want to accomplish as our economy starts to come back and we figure out how to help those hardest hit by the pandemic.

Hundreds of nonprofit leaders have already registered so you'll have many opportunities to connect with your peers in our morning cafe table discussions and over afternoon networking meetup sessions. These will be great opportunities to make new connections and learn from your peers about anything on your mind from fundraising, leveraging technology and storytelling, to resolving conflicts, changing culture, and building movements.

Our speakers have a lot to say about what needs to change and where we go from here including:
Michael Flood, Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
Philip Li, Robert Sterling Clark Foundation
Va Lecia Adams Kellum, Ph.D., St. Joseph Center
Jonathan Zeichner, A Place Called Home
Lorri Jean, Los Angeles LGBT Center
Benny Torres, CD TEch
Anna Castro - Building Movement Project

We hope to see you there! https://www.cnmsocal.org/501conference

CNM's 2021 Virtual 501(c)onference looks at what's ahead, what we've learned, and how, together, we can find renewed purpose as change-makers in Southern California.

04/27/2021
Lorri Jean 501(c) Invite

We've gathered a spectacular array of nonprofit innovators and visionaries who will enlighten, challenge, and inspire attendees at our 2021 501(c)onference, RENEWAL: Looking Forward, Looking Back, May 11-12. Among them is the incredible Lorri Jean of the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

Learn more and register: https://www.cnmsocal.org/501conference

The 501(c)onference is two weeks away (5/11-12), do you have your ticket? Join your nonprofit peers in sharing what we’v...
04/26/2021
501 (c)onference 2021 — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

The 501(c)onference is two weeks away (5/11-12), do you have your ticket? Join your nonprofit peers in sharing what we’ve learned this past year and what leaders are doing to help our sector and our communities move forward. Speakers and panelists include LA County Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell; Lorri Jean, Los Angeles LGBT Center; Miguel Santana and Joyce Ybarra, The Weingart Foundation; and Adele Lee, Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation-Los Angeles.

Additional thought leaders -- both established and emerging -- will offer perspectives on adapting funding strategies for current realities, creatively addressing inequities, and examining the role nonprofits play in organizing and collaborating to drive change. Discussions will be led by key voices in housing, food, education, and justice reform. Sessions include creative communications, strategies for building cause support, ideas for organizational change, and leading teams in a virtual work environment.

Full schedule, list of speakers and registration information: https://www.cnmsocal.org/501conference

CNM's 2021 Virtual 501(c)onference looks at what's ahead, what we've learned, and how, together, we can find renewed purpose as change-makers in Southern California.

The 501(c)onference is one month away! Be sure to reserve your tickets today.This year's CNM conference reflects on the ...
04/12/2021
501 (c)onference 2021 — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

The 501(c)onference is one month away! Be sure to reserve your tickets today.

This year's CNM conference reflects on the idea of renewal while looking at what we've learned, what's ahead, and how, together, we can find renewed purpose as change-makers and collaborators in Southern California.

Join us in a dynamic, all-virtual meeting environment for two days of inspiring talks, thoughtful discussions, and lively breakout sessions led by nonprofit innovators and visionaries who are addressing the challenges we all face and sharing practical tools for greater impact. You'll explore ideas, gain insights, and come away inspired; all while developing relationships that benefit you, your organization, and the communities you serve.

CNM's 2021 Virtual 501(c)onference looks at what's ahead, what we've learned, and how, together, we can find renewed purpose as change-makers in Southern California.

Our 2021 virtual 501(c)onference, with its theme, RENEWAL: Looking Forward, Looking Back will be May 11 & 12. Despite th...
03/04/2021

Our 2021 virtual 501(c)onference, with its theme, RENEWAL: Looking Forward, Looking Back will be May 11 & 12. Despite the challenges we face, if we work together, we're suggesting hope for the future as we look at what lies ahead for our sector, our communities, and what we've learned during this extraordinary and unpredictable year that can drive change. As always, we'll present a diverse group of sector leaders, experts and innovators who'll share wisdom, inspire innovation, challenge us to think, and offer insights on where we go from here.

New this year is a dynamic virtual conference platform, making it easier than ever to navigate sessions and interact with fellow attendees. Last year you told us that you wanted more chances to meet and network, so we've built in more opportunities for you to create new connections.

Register today: https://www.cnmsocal.org/501conference

Through March 14, early access pricing is available at the reduced rate of $175. We look forward to welcoming you to this year’s 501(c)onference!

Art by Alfonso Aceves

Our 2021 virtual 501(c)onference, with its theme, RENEWAL: Looking Forward, Looking Back will be May 11 & 12. Despite the challenges we face, if we work together, we're suggesting hope for the future as we look at what lies ahead for our sector, our communities, and what we've learned during this extraordinary and unpredictable year that can drive change. As always, we'll present a diverse group of sector leaders, experts and innovators who'll share wisdom, inspire innovation, challenge us to think, and offer insights on where we go from here.

New this year is a dynamic virtual conference platform, making it easier than ever to navigate sessions and interact with fellow attendees. Last year you told us that you wanted more chances to meet and network, so we've built in more opportunities for you to create new connections.

Register today: https://www.cnmsocal.org/501conference

Through March 14, early access pricing is available at the reduced rate of $175. We look forward to welcoming you to this year’s 501(c)onference!

Art by Alfonso Aceves

We know that this last year has presented extraordinary challenges and we want to understand how you dealt with them. As...
02/04/2021
2021 Sector Snapshot - Center for Nonprofit Management

We know that this last year has presented extraordinary challenges and we want to understand how you dealt with them. As everyone across our sector struggles to respond to the ongoing crisis, our goal is to get an honest, up-to-date picture of the conditions affecting your work and your choices.

We will share the results with you, local funders, government officials, corporate and civic leaders, and other stakeholders who have an impact on your funding and your success. We will use the information collected to drive more fact-based conversations in the months ahead about relevant solutions as you, your team, and your board continue to respond to changing needs across our communities. Your answers are confidential and the survey results are analyzed and shared solely in the aggregate.

Thank you in advance for your time. Please submit survey responses by February 16, 2021.

We know that this last year has presented extraordinary challenges and we want to understand how you dealt with them. As everyone across our sector struggles to respond to the ongoing crisis, our goal is to get an honest, up-to-date picture of the conditions affecting your work and your choices.

With a changing political climate comes new power dynamics making now a great time to spend a few minutes completing a q...
02/03/2021
Introduction to Power Mapping — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

With a changing political climate comes new power dynamics making now a great time to spend a few minutes completing a quick power map to help identify influence and cultivate connections to transform policy.

In late January, CNM hosted a well-attended ‘Food for Thought’ session on Power Mapping, a helpful tool nonprofits can use to build strategy and assess progress while driving change for our communities. Expertly led by CMN’s Carlos Cazares, the session focused on techniques for identifying inf...

Take your virtual event planning process to the next level with this 4 session certificate program that explores the art...
02/02/2021
Virtual Convenings in a Changing World (4 Sessions) — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

Take your virtual event planning process to the next level with this 4 session certificate program that explores the art and science of purpose-driven virtual event design and facilitation. Starting Tuesday, 2/9!

This four session series explores the art and science of purpose-driven event design and facilitation. Over 12 total hours (spread over 4 sessions) of live, interactive workshops, we’ll develop a toolkit, skills, and strategies to help us navigate event planning in a changing world, share peer kno...

We're pleased to share that CNM was featured in the most recent episode of CivitasLA podcast where SVP Maura Harrington ...
02/01/2021
Building Community Capacity| Maura Harrington, Senior Vice President, Center for Nonprofit Management

We're pleased to share that CNM was featured in the most recent episode of CivitasLA podcast where SVP Maura Harrington discussed the impact COVID 19 and the ensuing economic fallout has had on the nonprofit sector in the region; shared how CNM has adapted to serve and build community capacity; and discussed a number of new regional initiatives unveiled this past year to elevate and advance the next generation of community leaders.

We invite you to listen to the episode here: https://civitasla.com/building-community-capacity-maura-harrington-senior-vice-president-center-for-nonprofit-management/

Building community involves a wide array of actors, including business, government, academia, and the nonprofit sector. In a report published by the Office of Nonprofit Engagement of JP Morgan Chase, “Nonprofit organizations play a vital…

Sign the National Council of Nonprofits' Letter to the President and Congressional Leaders that calls for a package of s...
01/29/2021
Nonprofit Coalition Letter to the President and Congressional Leaders

Sign the National Council of Nonprofits' Letter to the President and Congressional Leaders that calls for a package of solutions tailored to the needs and realities of nonprofits serving the public good.

Specifically, the letter calls for nonprofit-specific grants and forgivable loans for nonprofits of all sizes, and increase and extension of charitable giving incentives, full coverage of unemployment costs of reimbursing (self-insured) employers, and financial aid to state and local governments. We encourage you to read the letter to the federal leaders and sign on now!

Learn more about how the 2020 Census will impact the work of charitable nonprofits and what you can do to secure a fair, accurate, and complete count.

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CREATING SOCIAL IMPACT LEADERS CNM provides over 150 educational opportunities each year, through special events, seminars, intensive academies, and customized education programs. CNM also offers a Professional Coaching Certification Training. Visit www.cnmsocal.org/calendar for upcoming opportunities BUILDING ORGANIZATIONS Organizations look to CNM when they need a partner and an informed objective perspective in designing solutions, taking the next step in organizational and program development or to better accomplish a specific project or goal. CNM consulting projects are highly customized and leverage an organization's strength and promise. One-on-one Executive Coaching is also available. COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS Through peer networking opportunities, special initiatives, research and resource publications CNM promotes community learning and collaboration.

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