Updated: Dec 14, 2018
As many of you know, NCRP is now operating under a new 10-year strategic framework. With that plan comes changes to enhance our membership program experience and its effectiveness. The newest of these developments is myncrp.org, our new online space for nonprofit members where you can access benefits, renew membership and provide us with feedback on what you’d like to see in the future. Visit myncrp.org and use password letsgo2017 to access this NCRP nonprofit member ONLY space today!
QUIZ: HOW MUCH DID THE LOS ANGELES ALLIANCE FOR A NEW ECONOMY (LAANE) SAVE THROUGH NCRP’s KERXTON D&O INSURANCE BENEFIT?
RSVP FOR NCRP’S MONTHLY MEMBER SELF-CARE CALL
We love and appreciate the great work of all of our member organizations and we realize that the past few months have been unusually trying times. As you continue to dig deep to re-energize yourselves in the Resistance, we wanted to do what we could to provide a space for you to re-center, refocus and rejuvenate. Remember, you must take care of SELF before you can care for others. RSVP here to join us for our first 30 minute self-care call to be held on May 2nd at 2pm EDT.
NEW BENEFIT ALERT – ATTEND CHANGE PHILANTHROPY’S UNITY SUMMIT
On our quest to find more opportunities for our members to get in the room with funders, we’ve come across another great benefit to add to our repertoire. Now, NCRP members can attend CHANGE Philanthropy’s Unity Summit, at discounted member rates. CHANGE Philanthropy’s Unity Summit is a gathering of the nation’s most progressive-minded funders strategizing to make our world more equitable. How remarkable would it be if YOU were in the room while this happened? If you are planning your organization’s budget and considering which conferences to attend this year, think through if CHANGE Philanthropy’s Unity Summit could be a good fit for you. Learn more here.
HOW ARE NCRP MEMBERS INFLUENCING PHILANTHROPY?
NCRP members tell philanthropy what nonprofits need under this new administration in the winter edition of Responsive Philanthropy. Read here & please be sure to share with your networks.
NCRP member LAANE’s Executive Director Roxana Tynan presented with NCRP’s Ryan Schlegel and Hanh Cao Yu of the California Endowment, an NCRP foundation supporter, at Grant Managers Network.
Many of our southern organizations contributed through interviews, focus and advisory groups to our latest research, “As the South Grows.” Read the first of this series here & again, please be sure to share with your networks.
Ainka Jackson, executive director of member nonprofit the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth, and Reconciliation; joined NCRP staff at the opening plenary for Grantmakers for Southern Progress’ Annual Gathering on April 5th in Charleston, SC.