Preparing for the Post Award Stage of Your Grant

Virtual

Grant professionals have all heard this question, “We got the grant - now what happens?” This session will focus on “now what”. The post-award process is as critical to the grant lifecycle as the pre-award process. And if you understand the best practices of post-award management before you get the grant, you have the edge. […]

Free

Developing Financial Projections for Your New Small Business

Virtual

You’re starting or have started your new small business. Great!! But . . . you’re worried about what your sales will be, or if you can make a profit and how you will manage your cash flow. If you need help in any of these areas, this webinar is for you! We’ll review calculating your […]

Making Sense of Uncertainty: Nonprofit Scenario Planning in an Election Year

Virtual

Scenario planning provides a structured process that nonprofits can use in this election year to identify potential future scenarios and the implications for their work—and proactively prepare for key strategic decisions and actions. In this session, we’ll: • Walk through a scenario planning tool that can help nonprofits navigate uncertainty • Share insights from our […]

Free

2024 Resilient Nation Partnership Network Forum – April Week 4

Virtual

Join us online every Thursday from 1-3 p.m. Eastern Time in April for the Resilient Nation Partnership Network (RNPN) 2024 Partnership Forum co-hosted with the Sundance Institute. This year’s theme is “Stories of Resilience: Voices that Inspire.” During the Partnership Forum, we discuss topics across resilience and mitigation. By convening experts who represent all facets […]

THE IMPACT OF CHRONIC TRAUMA ON ACTIVISTS

Virtual

The purpose of this short, introductory workshop is to begin to connect the dots between collective trauma (think the killing of innocent Black women and men) and the personal trauma that accompanies long-time activism. For anti-racist activists, organizers, and change agents, the endless commitments to challenging the inequities of the status quo take their toll […]

Free

Developing a Self-Care Routine

Virtual

Not caring for ourselves comes with significant consequences, which may include burnout, depression, anxiety, resentment, and a whole host of other negative implications. Developing a self-care routine has been clinically proven to reduce and even eliminate anxiety and depression, reduce stress, improve concentration, minimize frustration and anger, increase happiness, improve energy, and more. From a […]

Free

Barbie Drag Brunch

Racks Pub & Grill 2021 N Black Horse Pike, Williamstown, NJ

Presented with What's the Buzz Productions Sponsored by Andrew Christian, receive 50% off using code 50DMT

$20

Trans Community Dinner

Maryville Addiction Treatment Center 526 S. Burnt Mill Road, Voorhees, NJ

Presented with Maryville Addiction Treatment Center and Dr. Joeigh Perella FREE Trans & Nonbinary Community Meetup and Spaghetti Dinner -- 2pm-4pm the 4th Sunday of every month *Sign for 526 S. Burnt Mill Road currently says Recovery Centers of America*

Free

Ice Cream Social

The Cove Restaurant 405 S Beach Avenue, Cape May, NJ

Presented with Equality Cape May Join us for our monthly LGBTQIA2S+ meetups! We will start meeting up at the Cove at 2 pm - and then we will walk the promenade together. Meet at 3pm at Fine Fellows for ice cream! Wear your Equality Cape May / PRIDE gear!

Free

Giving Innovation Summit 2024: The Place of Pluralism in Charitable Giving

Virtual

Pluralism has long been an ideal commonly invoked to celebrate American civil society in general and charity and philanthropy in particular. It’s been defined most often in terms of seeing a diversity of causes and perspectives as an inherent good. The “let a thousand flowers bloom” approach has governed how many people have thought about […]

Free

Giving Innovation Summit 2024: The Place of Pluralism in Charitable Giving

Virtual

Pluralism has long been an ideal commonly invoked to celebrate American civil society in general, and charity and philanthropy in particular. It’s been defined most often in terms of seeing a diversity of causes and perspectives as an inherent good. The “let a thousand flowers bloom” approach has governed how many people have thought about […]

Free

Knit-A-Long

Ocean City Public Library 1735 Simpson Ave, Ocean City, NJ

Presented with We Belong Cape May County and Hope Vasseur Come learn to knit for the first time, build new skills, or just enjoy knitting with new friends. Open to all skill levels. Open to ages 10+, children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Room N111, for info and rsvp email: sara@oceancitylibrary.org

Free