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GNHCC Nonprofit Resource Council Meeting: We're Not a Business - Why Do We Need a Business Plan? at Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce

July 26, 2011 from 8am to 9:45am
 In well-managed organizations, the Business Plan is a living document that bridges the organization's strategy and long range goals to the annual budget, staffing plan, projects management and outcomes measurement. In a special extended session, come learn the roles and functions of a good business plan in the nonprofit world.     (Note: this meeting will run from 8-9:45 a.m.) Presenters:  Jim JacksonPresident & CEO, The Essex GroupBob CodyChief Executive Partner IPDA Consulting Group, LLC…See More
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Affordable Digital Marketing for Nonprofits at Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce

June 28, 2011 from 8am to 9:30am
The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce Nonprofit Resource Council presents "Affordable Digital Marketing for Nonprofits".Guest speakers from the New Haven Register and nhregister.com will discuss how local nonprofit organizations can harness free and low-cost tools to market themselves digitally. Discussion will include traditional and new media topics such as:• Tips to an effective media release• The effective use of Facebook and• Twitter for charities• Social media outlets you never knew…See More
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Affordable Digital Marketing for Nonprofits at Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce

June 28, 2011 from 8am to 9:30am
The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce Nonprofit Resource Council presents "Affordable Digital Marketing for Nonprofits".Guest speakers from the New Haven Register and nhregister.com will discuss how local nonprofit organizations can harness free and low-cost tools to market themselves digitally. Discussion will include traditional and new media topics such as:• Tips to an effective media release• The effective use of Facebook and• Twitter for charities• Social media outlets you never knew…See More
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Name of the Organization
Yale University, Dwight Hall
Contact Person
Nikki Besitko
Contact phone
203-432-2446
E-mail
nikki.besitko@yale.edu
Website
http://www.dwighthall.org
Interest
Youth, Advocacy
Description Interest
The mission of Dwight Hall at Yale is “to foster civic-minded student leaders and to promote service and activism in New Haven and around the world.”

Dwight Hall features over 85 student-run member groups that engage 3,500 students, or 2/3 of Yale’s undergraduates, each year in service and social justice activities. A student Executive Committee is elected by leaders from the member groups and works with a professional staff to support student programs, allocate resources and advance initiatives between the Yale and New Haven communities. Dwight Hall is overseen by a Board of Directors comprised of students, Yale faculty, alumni and community leaders.

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At 12:59pm on December 14, 2010, Lee Cruz said…

Nikki,

Welcome to GNH Community where you can post activities and event, start a discussion or share pictures and video with you colleagues in other local nonprofits. It is possible to send event invitations to non-site members or to create a group and invite the members of the Chamber NPC to join that group. Each member can edit their settings to get email notice just about the things they want to hear about. I am open to making the chair of the council a co-administrator. This give you the ability to send messages to all members no matter what their settings and to ban folks if they are using the site inappropriately. Let me know if you have any questions. 

 
 
 

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