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.

Mission: To foster thriving communities in Southern California by ensuring that nonprofit leaders and organizations have the knowledge, skills, and resources to fulfill their mission.

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Join us tomorrow at 9am for a breakfast chat with Julio Marcial of the Liberty Hill Foundation and Veronica Carrizales o...
10/22/2020
Breakfast Ballot Banter — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

Join us tomorrow at 9am for a breakfast chat with Julio Marcial of the Liberty Hill Foundation and Veronica Carrizales of California Calls about Measure J (alternatives to incarceration) and Prop 15 (tax on commercial properties), how these measures could impact SoCal Nonprofit organizations and how to prepare in 2021 if they pass.

With so much media attention on these two measures, join us for a breakfast conversation with two experts about County Charter Amendment Measure J (Alternatives to Incarceration) and State Proposition 15 (tax on commercial properties) to discuss how they could impact Southern California Nonprofit or

Attention Nonprofit Leaders of Color working in/serving South Los Angeles or the Antelope Valley: we’re launching an exc...
10/07/2020
Community Leadership Development Program - South LA & Antelope Valley (7 Sessions) — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

Attention Nonprofit Leaders of Color working in/serving South Los Angeles or the Antelope Valley: we’re launching an exciting new certificate program at the end of October to help emerging leaders learn new skills, build a peer network and work together on common goals with other local organizations to address issues that matter most to the people in South LA or the Antelope Valley.

Please submit your application today as space is extremely limited! Upon successful completion of the program, each participant will receive a stipend of $1000.

To help emerging leaders navigate these challenging times CNM is offering a unique opportunity over 7 months to learn new skills, build a peer network and work together on common goals with other local organizations to address issues that matter most to the people in South LA and the Antelope Valley

Today is the first day of October and we have a host of new virtual seminars and virtual certificate programs designed t...
10/01/2020

Today is the first day of October and we have a host of new virtual seminars and virtual certificate programs designed to meet the ever-changing needs of today's nonprofit organizations. Take a look at all of our upcoming trainings below and register at https://www.cnmsocal.org/events

Supervising for Success (2 Sessions)
Virtual Seminar taught by Leslie Robin
Tuesday, October 6 from 9:00-12:00

Managing Differences through Mediation
Virtual Seminar taught by John Epps
Wednesday, October 7 from 9:00-12:00

Grant Seeking Fundamentals (4 Sessions)
Virtual Certificate program taught by Cheryl Branch
Starting Wednesday, October 14 from 9:00-12:00

CEO Confidential (4 Sessions)
Virtual Affinity Group led by Regina Birdsell
Next sessions starting Wednesday, October 21 from 9:00-10:30

Building Diverse & Inclusive Remote Teams
Virtual Seminar taught by Peter Getoff
Thursday, October 22 from 9:00-12:00

Community Leadership Development Program in South LA and the Antelope Valley (7 Sessions)
Virtual Certificate program taught by Brianna Freheit and Leslie Robin
Orientation on Friday, October 23

Working Better Together Online
Virtual Lunch & Learn with The Goodman Center
Friday, October 23 from 11:30-12:30

Leading Change with Emotional Intelligence
Virtual Seminar taught by Kevin Walsh
Thursday, October 29 from 9:00-12:00

Next week we're launching a new series of free, small group coaching sessions with Nonprofit Finance Fund geared towards...
08/18/2020

Next week we're launching a new series of free, small group coaching sessions with Nonprofit Finance Fund geared towards organizations who secured a PPP loan and plan to seek loan forgiveness. We'll be holding 3 sessions that are each limited to the first 20 registrants so you'll have the opportunity to ask questions related to your specific circumstances. The session on the 24th is almost full but there's space left in the sessions on the 26th and 31st! Please only register for one session so that we can ensure space for everyone interested.

Free RSVP: https://www.cnmsocal.org/events?category=Group+Coaching

#nonprofit #nonprofitorganization #finance #covid19relief #ppp

Are you starting to think seriously about forming a partnership with another group or a more formal alliance with other ...
08/03/2020
Virtual Lunch & Learn - Nonprofit Sustainability Initiative — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

Are you starting to think seriously about forming a partnership with another group or a more formal alliance with other organizations? Join us this Friday 8/7 from 11:30-12:30 along with LA N Sync Program Officer and CNM Board Member Ellah Ronen, and Carrie Harlow, manager of the Los Angeles Nonprofit Sustainability Initiative (NSI), for a free virtual Lunch & Learn discussion on Strategic Restructuring.

Learn what the process looks like, how to know if it may benefit your organization, and how to seek NSI funding for it. Hear from some of the 240+ organizations who have engaged in Strategic Restructuring here in Los Angeles since 2012, and begin to consider how you may identify a partner for your own Strategic Restructuring negotiation.

Are you starting to think seriously about forming a partnership with another group or a more formal alliance with other organizations? Join LA N Sync Program Officer and CNM Board Member Ellah Ronen, and Carrie Harlow, manager of the Los Angeles Nonprofit Sustainability Initiative (NSI), for a free

We've got a busy week coming up at CNM! Here's what's on deck:7/21 - Virtual Seminar: Collaboration or Collision - Cultu...
07/20/2020
All Courses & Events — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

We've got a busy week coming up at CNM! Here's what's on deck:

7/21 - Virtual Seminar: Collaboration or Collision - Cultural Humility and Working Together
7/21 - Virtual Town Hall: Economic Resiliency Task For Nonprofit Recommendations for LA County
7/22 - Virtual Seminar: Supervising for Success
7/22 - Virtual Seminar: How to Disrupt Inequity In Your Talent Cycle
7/23 - Virtual Seminar: Designing Powerful Virtual Convenings for Impact
7/23 - Group Coaching Session: Financial Decision-Making in Uncertain Times (FULL)

More info: https://www.cnmsocal.org/events

Jul 21 9:30 AM09:30 Summer of Change Virtual: Collaboration or Collision: Cultural Humility and Working Together Tuesday, July 21, 2020 9:30 AM 12:30 PM 09:30 12:30 Online Event (map) Google Calendar ICS Straight Talk About Cultural Humility and Working Together. View Event →

07/13/2020

July is a critical month for #2020census responses because at the beginning of August census workers will start knocking on the doors of non-responders, which puts citizens and census workers at increased #covid risk. As #nonprofit organizations, you are trusted messengers, especially in hard-to-count and vulnerable communities. July is the time to share census information (as well as voter registration information) with your communities in as many forms as possible!

We're living through challenging times. Deepen your understanding of how trauma works on an individual and communal leve...
07/10/2020
Virtual: Trauma - Coping in Today's World — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

We're living through challenging times. Deepen your understanding of how trauma works on an individual and communal level and build your knowledge of trauma-informed concepts and resources with our upcoming Summer of Change Virtual Seminar - "Trauma: Coping in Today's World" on Thursday 7/16.

Take-Aways:
- Identify a practical application of trauma-informed concepts and resources.
- Demonstrate the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on the individual and the community.
- Explain trauma and teach how to build coping strategies.
- Apply trauma informed coping practices in our everyday and professional lives.

Taught by Shor Denny, the Founder and CEO of Community Now, a California based nonprofit focused on providing mental wellness programming to the community.

This presentation will include the general knowledge of trauma-informed concepts and resources.

We have a packed July coming up featuring nearly a dozen, reduced-rate courses covering everything from hosting digital ...
07/07/2020
Upcoming Events — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

We have a packed July coming up featuring nearly a dozen, reduced-rate courses covering everything from hosting digital fundraising events to disrupting inequity in your hiring process. Take a look at all the trainings we're offering in July below and signup at https://www.cnmsocal.org/events

7/9 - Events in Our Virtual Reality
7/14 - The Grieving Workforce: A Guide for Leaders
7/15 - The Annual Budget: Your Secret Weapon for Fundraising Success
7/16 - Trauma: Coping In Today's World
7/17 - Free Special Event: Planning During Uncertainty with City National Bank
7/21 - Collaboration or Collision: Cultural Humility and Working Together
7/22 - Supervising for Success
7/22 - How to Disrupt Inequity in Your Talent Cycle
7/23 - Designing Powerful Virtual Convening for Impact
7/28 - The $100 Social Advertising Budget
7/30 - Ready, Set ACTion: Getting Started with Advocacy Capacity Assessment

Jul 9 9:30 AM09:30 Summer of Change Virtual: Events in our Virtual Reality Thursday, July 9, 2020 9:30 AM 12:30 PM 09:30 12:30 Online Event (map) Google Calendar ICS Interactive workshop that covers the reality we face as we move fundraising events virtually. View Event →

Already facing an uphill battle, the pandemic has only made the job of ensuring an accurate #census more challenging. As...
07/01/2020

Already facing an uphill battle, the pandemic has only made the job of ensuring an accurate #census more challenging. As trusted messengers, nonprofit organizations play a vital role in helping to increasing the response rate. Already a challenge to count, LA County is seeing problematically low response rates, especially in communities of color. Currently at around 58%, we're way behind the 2010 response rate of 69% so we need to step it up. The good news is that the deadline has been extended to October 31 so summer and fall are critical windows to get the word out. Over 360 programs depend on census data including Headstart, Title 1, WIC, and SNAP programs - this is how we get out tax dollars back in to our communities.

With the help of NALEO Educational Fund and Advancement Project National Office we have compiled a list of resources to help your organization get the word out and incorporate census messaging in to your regular programs:

We Count LA: https://wecountla.org/take-action/
NALEO's 2020 Census Materials: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1izFx4pekjiLYBsWiVJI9txqb_VXCopNG
For Faith-Based Orgs: https://www.faithinpubliclife.org/census
BLM + Census Messaging: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1fjGPwTpf0yZxoCaSXYJ47f3nv2cr36_T?usp=sharing
Census Counts Toolkit: https://censuscounts.org/gotc-toolkit/

On Friday, June 26 census representatives from NALEO and Advancement Project shared some great insights on how to incorporate census messaging into existing programs and talked about why ensuring an accurate count is so important. Hear what they had to say: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdgLXBjEdcI

#2020census #becounted #everyonecounts #HagaseContar

Have a question about strategic planning, fundraising, going remote or anything else challenging your nonprofit organiza...
06/30/2020

Have a question about strategic planning, fundraising, going remote or anything else challenging your nonprofit organization? Our experts are here to help. Book a free, 15-minute Open Office Hours appointment today and get the answers you're looking for. Schedule a time today: https://doodle.com/poll/9v5h4nb4wqeq24fe

We're kicking off our Summer of Change virtual seminar series next week with an interactive workshop about how to make f...
06/29/2020
Virtual: Events in our Virtual Reality — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

We're kicking off our Summer of Change virtual seminar series next week with an interactive workshop about how to make fundraising events work virtually:

Events in Our Virtual Reality
Thursday, July 9, 2020
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

How do we host #fundraising events virtually? Is it appropriate for us to ask for donations while our economy is suffering? Where do we even start when planning to turn our gala or golf tournament into a virtual fundraising event? How do we fundraise without our paddle raise? Darren and Michelle walk attendees through a virtual event timeline, digital marketing strategies, and fundraising software solutions at every price point to successfully and profitably host a virtual fundraising event.

#nonprofit #summerofchange #seminar

Interactive workshop that covers the reality we face as we move fundraising events virtually.

06/25/2020

Fine Acts collaborated with a dozen amazing Black typographers and lettering artists on an open pack of protest posters – ready to be used in action, all yours to print and share. Take them to the streets. Place them around your neighborhood. Put them on your windows. Send them to friends and loved ones. Let them amplify your voice. Once again, and more than ever, it is time. To hope, and to demand. To dismantle, and to build anew. Get the posters at https://fineacts.co/blm

Thanks to the amazing artists: Adrian Meadows (@iiaspire), Agyei Archer (@agyei.design), David Jon Walker (@davidjonwalker), Edinah (@wildlogic), Emmanuel Wisdom (@unadesignco), Eso Tolson (@coolurbanhippie), Gia Graham (@iamgiagraham), Hust Wilson (@hustwilson), Jean Carlos Garcia (@champolatype), Kevin Adams (@kevinadamsdesigns), Leandro Assis (@lebassis), Rick Griffith (@rickgriffith) – for infusing their talent, their voices, and their hearts, into these works.

Use your voice and #vote with #pride! At least 1 million people identify as LGBTQ+ and are not registered to vote. If yo...
06/23/2020

Use your voice and #vote with #pride! At least 1 million people identify as LGBTQ+ and are not registered to vote. If you’re one of them, HeadCount wants to help you use your voice and has put together some amazing resources to do so at https://www.headcount.org/vote-with-pride/.

If your name doesn't match your ID, if you're not comfortable voting in person, if you're experiencing homelessness, if you're formerly incarcerated - Headcount has the info you need. Today you can check/update your registration, request a mail-in ballot and brush up on your state's laws. Your vote protects the LGBTQ+ Community.

Free Virtual Event: Arts Community Resilience ForumThis Thursday, 6/25 from 9:00-11:30RSVP: https://www.cnmsocal.org/eve...
06/22/2020
Virtual: Arts Community Resilience Forum — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

Free Virtual Event: Arts Community Resilience Forum
This Thursday, 6/25 from 9:00-11:30
RSVP: https://www.cnmsocal.org/events/2020/6/16/virtual-arts-community-resilience-forum

Join the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs for a free Community Resilience Forum where speakers will discuss how to prepare your nonprofit arts organization to be ready for new funding sources through organizational effectiveness, building partners and developing new strategies.

Getting your arts organization ready for new funding.

06/16/2020

During times of great change, nonprofit organizations are faced with tremendous challenges and opportunities. The way that organizations rise to meet them depends on your staff, volunteers and board member’s ability to be flexible and adapt to new realities.

Summer of Change Seminar Series
Courses: https://www.cnmsocal.org/events?category=Summer+of+Change

A completely new series of virtual courses that will explore fundamental topics like organizational culture, advocacy and fundraising through diversity, equity and trauma-support lenses to help build more resilient and inclusive organizations. Starting in mid-July and running through the end of August, 18 virtual courses will be taught by a new group of diverse facilitators. We know budgets are stretched thin right now so we’re offering each 3 hour session at the reduced price of $50/session to help you and your team navigate during these extraordinary times.

06/10/2020
Watch 501(c)onference 2020 Online | Vimeo On Demand

Did you miss some or all of last week's virtual #501conference? You can access all of the session recordings, speaker presentations and resources aggregated in the chat at a deep discount. Catch up on the keynote talks, breakout sessions and panel discussions whenever you like.

The Southern California Center for Nonprofit Management's 2020 virtual 501(c)onference - "Facing Crisis Together" was held on June 2-4. For these…

We have a few seats left in our upcoming virtual certificate program starting this Thursday: Beyond Checkbox Diversity -...
06/09/2020
Virtual: Beyond Checkbox Diversity Certificate — Center for Nonprofit Management - SoCal

We have a few seats left in our upcoming virtual certificate program starting this Thursday: Beyond Checkbox Diversity - Disrupting systemic racism and implicit bias within organizations.

This program meets on Thursday June 11, June 18th and June 25th from 1:30pm to 4:30pm and is taught by the excellent Nancy Moricette, Founder and Lead Consultant at Áse Power Consult.

In 2020 all good leaders must create an authentically diverse organization – staff, board, volunteers, vendors, donors, etc. To evolve into an organization that embraces an inclusive practice requires courageous leaders committed to cultivating equitable connections and opportunities waiting for their organizations.

Disrupting systemic racism and implicit bias within organizations. In 2020 all good leaders must create an authentically diverse organization – staff, board, volunteers, vendors, donors, etc. To evolve into an organization that embraces an inclusive practice requires courageous leaders comm

The HealthyLA Coalition has mobilized thousands of people across LA City and LA County to take vital action via calls, e...
06/08/2020
Healthy LA City Take Action Toolkit 6/6/2020

The HealthyLA Coalition has mobilized thousands of people across LA City and LA County to take vital action via calls, emails, and social media resulting in the adoption of necessary and common sense measures to protect tenants, workers, and unhoused people during this COVID-19 crisis.

We stand in solidarity with the The HealthyLA Coalition and People’s Budget LA coalition in applying pressure to the Los Angeles City Council to adopt a city budget that is truly reflective of the needs of its residents.

The LA City Budget and Finance Committee is meeting TODAY, JUNE 08 at 2:00pm, to discuss the Mayor’s budget. Use this great toolkit to call/email elected officials, post a public comment and spread the word on social media: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sReHjBiC5aSDebkUQBpJ85DaeLHxRSs7H_K_78oBMUI/preview?pru=AAABcrjScsg*kdFPWkO1ufMwJYQCS_xy-g

****OPRIMA AQUÍ PARA ESPAÑOL**** LA City - June 8th Budget and Finance Meeting TAKE ACTION TOOLKIT Below is all the information you need to TAKE ACTION by phone, email, and social media, for the LA CITY BUDGET AND FINANCE meeting on Monday, June 8 at 2 pm. Use the TABLE OF CONTENTS to quickly...

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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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