The Community Foundation’s 10th Annual Nonprofit Resource Day training is just two weeks away, scheduled for Thursday, March 16th at the Eastern Shore Nonprofit Support Center from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Registration is $30 and lunch is included.
The training for this year’s program will focus on how nonprofit employers will need to cope with new governmental regulations. Unlike for profit businesses, nonprofits are not able to pass on increased cost created by regulations. The full-day workshop will also provide an overview of the Affordable Healthcare Act Health Credit, which nonprofits who provide healthcare to their employees about benefits they may be eligible to claim.
There are two expert presenters for the Nonprofit Resource Day program.
Nancy Hall has her own consulting group, 501cSolutions and is an expert in the legal structure of nonprofits and has assisted in the start-up of hundreds of organizations, merged many partners, and help to close organizations. She was one of the first women to receive an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
Deb Jung is an attorney in private practice providing legal advice, training and consulting to nonprofit organizations and corporations throughout Maryland.
For more information regarding Nonprofit Resource Day, please call 410-742-9911 or visit our website to register: www.cfes.org/events. Space is limited to one attendee per organization and participants are encouraged to register early.