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Support KC Fall 2016 Newsletter

Support KC Fall 2016 Newsletter >> The Support KC newsletter helps you stay informed on the latest topics and trends that help your nonprofit organization run more efficiently.  Check out the latest in Shared Services, Shared Spaces, Shared Resources and Shared Voices in the Fall 2016 Newsletter here.

SKC News – Helping Nonprofit Leaders be more Effective in their Missions

Over the last 17 years, Support Kansas City has worked with over 300 nonprofits in the metro area to help their leaders be more effective in their missions. Learn more by reading the blog post written by SKC Executive Director, Debra Box, for the Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City.

The Legacy of Ewing Kauffman

Throughout 2016, the Kauffman Foundation has marked the 100th anniversary of Ewing Kauffman’s birth. The Foundation has recalled Mr. Kauffman’s passions for education and entrepreneurship that guided a new style of philanthropy that sought to invest in bold approaches to address the root causes of complex social problems. Ewing Kauffman energized people around him, rallied…

Shared Spaces between Nonprofit Leadership Alliance and Camp Fire

The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance has been building a talent pipeline for nearly 70 years. Since 1948, the Alliance has been working to increase its impact in the nonprofit sector by offering its nationally recognized credential, the Certified Nonprofit Professional or CNP. The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance is headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri for many reasons. Arguably,…

How New Department of Labor Overtime Rules Effect Your Organization

What are these rules and what impact do they have on the nonprofit community? Once upon a time there was a nonprofit in Missouri. This nonprofit had a $2M budget and many full-time salaried employees making an average salary of $35,000 each. The nonprofit held many events in the summer, including performances and fundraisers. The…

For the benefit of the nonprofit sector everywhere, we wanted to provide resources for ways we can continue to operate and grow within this era. And once social distancing begins to fade, what lessons can we take from this to improve our operations permanently. Come back often for more updates.