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A Must-See Public Art Installation
By Amanda Browder
Molly, By Golly!: The Legend of Molly Williams, America’s First Female Firefighter
Written by Dianne Ochiltree & Illustrated by Kathleen Kemly
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To register, visit www.hrmm.org/lecture-series.
NY State Budget Analysis with Citizens Budget Committee
Friday, February 10th, 2023
8:30am - Registration & Networking
9:00am - Program Begins
The Atrium1133 Westchester Ave
White Plains, NY 10604
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Beyond the Gala: Engage event donors as ambassadors, volunteers, board members and more
How can you build positive, long-lasting relationships with event attendees? Join us to hear a panel of event and fundraising professionals share their experience and advice about what to do before, during and after an event to ensure donors get and stay engaged with your organization. Bring your questions!
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Top Legal Issues For Nonprofits
A Conversation with Peter Beinart (Editor-at-Large for Jewish Currents) and
Adina Vogel Ayalon (J Street Chief of Staff).
Date- Thursday, February 16th
Time- 7-9 pm (Prompt Start and End Times including time for productive Q & A)
Location- Temple Israel of New Rochelle- 1000 Pinebrook Boulevard, New Rochelle 10804
RSPV to Paul Warhit
Westchester Library System Career Coaching Services Presents a Free Seminar “Managing Your Career in Changing Times”
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Risk Management for Nonprofits
Erica Martinson Bio Maurice Segall Bio
NPW will be hosting this event with Cornell University's Yang-Tan Institute on Employment and Disability and the Northeast ADA Center. The goal of the event is to support employment of people of people with disabilities in Westchester County.
For 60 years YTI has advanced knowledge, policies, and practice to support people with disabilities in workplaces, schools, and communities.
The goal of the Northeast ADA Center is to educate and empower the diverse range of ADA stakeholders throughout New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands to increase their knowledge of the ADA, to support our stakeholders to include people with disabilities in local communities, and to implement the ADA in their own lives, workplaces, businesses, and communities. Please see their toolkit which provides curated information and essential resources about how (and why!) small businesses and nonprofits can successfully hire and retain employees with disabilities.
Tickets are now available for United Way of Westchester and Putnam's 2023 Nonprofit Leadership Summit! The event will be held on Tuesday, April 4, 2023, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College. The day will feature two keynote speakers, plus panels, networking, a vendor expo area, activities, and a couple of TED-styled talks. The sessions will also be live-streamed.
In-person tickets include admission, plus breakfast and lunch. Additionally, the first 500 ticketholders get a swag bag and a signed copy of Carla Harris' book "Lead to Win." Tickets are $75 per person. In-person groups of 5 or more will get tickets for $65 per person.
Virtual participants will be able to stream the speakers, panel, and Ted-like talks. Virtual tickets are $25 per person.
The NPW Nonprofit Executive Directors/CEOs Roundtable
NPW Nonprofit Members Only
Through the participation in the roundtable, you will have a unique platform to connect with peers and share ideas, experience, and wisdom related to unique challenges and opportunities faced by nonprofit Executive Directors and CEOs.
At each meeting, an expert resource person/speaker will offer thought-provoking ideas and perspectives to spark our conversation on a critical topic. Table conversations will elicit the brilliance in the room and the shared strength of our peer network.
At the launch of NPW’s CEO and Executive Director’s Roundtable in July, four challenges were identified by participants:
All CEO/ED Roundtable Meetings will take place on Tuesdays, 9:00 - 10:30 AM
We’re looking forward to getting to know you better!
Ron Abad, CEO, Community Housing Innovations
Heath Bloch, CEO, ANDRUS
Jirandy Martinez, Executive Director, Community Resource Center
Westchester’s top chefs and drink purveyors come together to show their support for Feeding Westchester. Guests are invited to enjoy an evening of exquisite cuisine, fine wine, craft beers and specialty cocktails, and have an opportunity to network with fellow Feeding Westchester supporters. An Evening in Good Taste is not to be missed! All event proceeds remain in our community, helping to bring healthy, nutritious food to our neighbors in need.
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PEOPLE AND PROCESS AFFINITY GROUP
This Affinity Group will help participants address challenges inherent in the “back office” functions of running a non-profit organization: Human Resources, Finance, IT and Operations. This Affinity Group is chaired by Joanne Dunn, Executive Director of Youth Shelter Program of Westchester and Chuck Newman, President and Managing Partner of Charles Newman Co., and facilitated by Cora Greenberg.
Who should attend: Open to organizations and businesses in these functional areas.
When: The People and Process Affinity Group will meet three times a year.
Cost: NPW Members: $30; Nonmembers $45
In honor of the loving memory of our founder, Connie Hogarth, a group of WESPACers are putting together an afternoon to celebrate Connie, with Amy Goodman and Phyllis Bennis among others, on Sunday, April 30th at 2pm at the Yonkers Riverfront Library Auditorium.
Due to limited seating, RSVPs are required. You can fill out the brief RSVP form online here
Maritza Fernandez, NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
Hudson Gateway REALTOR® Foundation
Evan Mittman, Castle Cap Advisors
Anthony Mormile, Orange Bank & Trust Company
Gary Axelbank, BronxTalk, Bronx Buzz on BronxNet
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Small Nonprofits Affinity Group: This Affinity Group will help participants address the unique challenges and opportunities facing small nonprofit organizations. The Small Nonprofit Affinity Group is chaired by Tania Weiss, Executive Director of Cancer Support Team and facilitated by Cora Greenberg.