Nonprofit Tech for Good (www.nptechforgood.com) is a leading social and mobile media resource for nonprofit professionals. Created and managed by Heather Mansfield, Nonprofit Tech for Good focuses on providing valuable, easy-to-understand information, news, and resources related to nonprofit technology, online communications, and mobile and social fundraising. Fueled by a strong passion for the Internet, Heather spends her days (and some nights) helping nonprofits, charities, and NGOs worldwide utilize the Web as a tool for social good.
(It’s ironic that the older I get, the more I feel like a toddler using technology.)
We are looking for a great part-time Program Assistant to start in July. Please read the Program Assistant Job Description for more details.
Please visit http://conta.cc/1qZBela to read our May 2016 newsletter. Learn more about how a thought partners has helped Friends in Deed grow and how JRP is growing !
Executive Service Corps’ Developing Development Program (DDP) is a complete, 12-month training and coaching experience for up to six members of your staff and board.
DDP combines classes and workshops with one-on-one coaching and peer learning. You’ll be introduced to proven techniques to help you raise more money and build a robust, sustainable fund development program for your organization. Taught by Janet McIntyre (who JRP thinks is totally awesome!)
More information at http://www.escsc.org/ddp.
If you plan to vote in the California Presidential primary election June 7th, you must be registered by May 23rd. Check your status and register now!
On June 7th, California holds our Presidential primary election, and in order to be eligible to vote, your registration must be postmarked or submitted electronically no later than May 23rd.
Don’t remember if you’re registered to vote? Need to check what name you’re registered under or what political party you’re registered with? Go here to check your registration and here to register to vote online. It’s easy!
Wondering how your political party preference affects how you can vote? The League of Women Voters of California Education Fund has a helpful description of how the process works here.
JRP Founding Board Members Dick Hirrel, Director Melanie Goodyear, John A. Blue, Rev. Hannah Petrie, John A. Wilson, Dr. Barbara Eaton
Due to the generosity of many volunteers, board members, donors, wonderful nonprofits partners and other supporters, JRP is very happy to celebrate our sixth anniversary! With your support, JRP has helped over 100 local nonprofits and is continuing to grow, so we can help even more organizations do their good work! Thank you!
Congrats to JRP nonprofit partner K9 Youth Alliance (k9youthalliance.org) for launching their program so successfully: http://www.pasadenastarnews.com/business/20160408/how-these-pasadena-teens-shelter-dogs-are-teaching-each-other-to-live-better ! JRP has placed 2 volunteers with K9YA: Mitch for board development and Leslie for program development; Leslie has since become a board member!