For recent and current information, please check out the new home for Wright State University’s Nonprofit Leadership Alliance at http://wright.orgsync.com/org/nonprofitleadershipalliance.
Love the Dayton Dragons? Want to win a suite for 20 of your friends on May 7th? Enter the NLA Raffle!
Mark your calendars, register and invite others: “Beyond the Bakesale” the NLA Fall Workshop on Fundraising is October 21st from 8:30am-3:00pm.
You can register by following this REGISTRATION LINK.
Beyond the Bakesale
Lisa Glandon- Ethics chair for the Association of Fundraising Professionals: She will be speaking on developing Ethics in Fundraising
Anna Magnusson- Donor Relations and Advancement Communications University Development: She will be speaking on Keeping the Fun in Fundraising
Mary Gillis- United Way: She will be speaking on Marketing Your Organization through Fundraising
Cost: $25 for students/$35 for professionals
If you have any questions, email Brad Roediger at: email@example.com
On June 3rd of 2011, NLA and the Pheld their Spring Awards Ceremony. It was a wonderful event with good food and great speakers! Hope Taft, First Lady of Ohio Emeritus, spoke on the importance of nonprofits and Bing Davis shared on the impact nonprofits can make on the community. Awards were given out
The NLA has been pretty busy so far this quarter, and we’re not even through!
On April 16th, we worked at the Celebrating Life and Health Fair taking surveys of those who attended. The Celebrating Life and Health Fair is a fair to promote testing for health issues and healthy living. It is put on by the Levin Family Foundation. The survey we did was to find out what kind of people were attending the fair and whether they felt it was worth their time to come or not. It also gave attendees a chance to let us know what needs to change about the event and any opinions they wanted to express about the fair. You can find out more information about the health fair by going to: http://www.levinfamilyfoundation.org/celebrating-life-and-health-fair.htm
Our community service this quarter was Project Linus. Project Linus is an organization that makes flannel blankets for local children. Project Linus takes the blankets to hospitals, shelters, and anywhere there may be a child in need. We spent the day cutting and tying blankets. By the end, our group was able to make the most blankets. For this we received a pizza party! It was a great day, hanging out with each other and working to help children in need. To find out more information on Project Linus, you can go to: http://www.projectlinus.org/
Our fundraiser this quarter is bagging groceries at Cub Foods by the Dayton Mall on March 21 from 10am-6pm.
We are raffling off an iPAD generously donated to us by the Levin Family Foundation. Tickets are on sale until June 2. 1ticket=$2, 6 tickets=$10
Our Awards Banquet will be June 3rd. More information to come.