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18 How to Overcome the Obstacles to New Board Member Engagement
9/18/2014 12:0 PM -- 9/18/2014 1:0 PM
22 Get All of Your Questions about Evaluations Answered - FREE Breakfast with an Evaluator
9/22/2014 8:0 AM -- 9/22/2014 10:0 AM
23 (Webinar) Creating an Appropriate and Effective Telecommuting Policy
9/23/2014 12:0 PM -- 9/23/2014 1:0 PM
Be part of the #GivingTuesday movement. Together, let's show that Maryland is the most generous state in America, and raise $12.2 million on 12/2! Become a partner. Download the Ebook "Guide to a Successful Giving Day." Attend a webinar on September 18, 2014 at 4 pm, “Maximize #GivingTuesday to Meet Your Fundraising Goals.”
Is it a bike? Is it a car? It's a velomobile! Watch a video and read all about Greg and the Maryland Nonprofits velomobile in the Baltimore Sun here.
Guest Blog by Raegan Payne, Creator of TheGoodMuse and Keynote Speaker for Maryland Nonprofits' 2014 Annual Conference "Connecting for Impact"
I worked with Reading to Kids last Saturday, a group trying get underserved children to love reading. I love reading so much it’s got to be contagious. Sold...
Guest Blog by Gayle Carney, Principal, Center for Community Technology Services (CCTS), Member of Maryland Nonprofits
When it comes to your nonprofit’s social media, do you ever feel like a NASA scientist experimenting with interstellar communications? You’ve tried different radio frequencies and even dabbled with laser technology, yet the question persists, “Is anybody listening out there?”...
Public Justice Center
The National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel, a program co-founded and staffed by Maryland’s Public Justice Center, has just launched the most comprehensive resource of its kind ever attempted. Appearing at www.civilrighttocounsel.org, the site’s principal feature is an interactive map that tracks the status of the right to counsel in civil cases in every state, and allows users to filter information by issue, jurisdiction, and activity. The site also gathers data from every law review article, study, report, paper, news story, social media piece, and key case brief written about the civil right to counsel in the last five years. The result is a highly searchable bibliography that includes thousands of resources. The site also features a large library of audio and video related to right to counsel, such as case oral arguments, speeches, public hearings, debates, panels, and videos. “Nothing of this scale has ever been built,” commented John Nethercut, Executive Director of the Public Justice Center. “It’s the only central repository in the country focused on information and data about the national civil right to counsel effort. There is no comparable resource.” Visit Public Justice Center's website.
Standards for Excellence
The Standards for Excellence is a set of best practices that helps nonprofits of all sizes and types be more successful in achieving their mission.