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Nonprofit Institute
nonprofit@csmd.edu
College of Southern Maryland
PO Box 910
La Plata, MD 20646-0910
Fax: 301-934-7704

Charles County
Cara Fogarty
cfogarty@csmd.edu
301-659-3182

Michelle Sullivan
msullivan1@csmd.edu
240-988-3096

St. Mary's County
Harriet Yaffe
hyaffe@csmd.edu
240-725-5432

NPI Community Event

September 2017

Veteran's Job Club: Employment Opportunities, Job Skills, Human Resources Guidance, and Networking

September 11, 2017/1300 -1400
October 2, 2017/1300 - 1400
November 6, 2017/1300 - 1400
December 4, 2017/1300 - 1400
Calvert County Public Library, 850 Costley Way, Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Contact:
Antwon Davis, 307-374-1143    antwon.davis@maryland.gov
George Hawley, 301-374-1153   george.hawley@maryland.gov
Mitchell Domm, 301-374-1179   mitchell.domm@maryland.gov



Walk to End Alzheimer's Needs Help
September 16, Southern Maryland (Solomons, MD) and September 30, Charles County (La Plata, MD)

Last year was a great success, and we can't do it again without your help.

For Solomons:  www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0e44afab2caaf58-walk2

For La Plata: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/30E0E44AFAB2CAAF58-walk5

Please follow the link below to the Walk Volunteer Sign-up Page. Volunteers help with event set-up, clean-up, refreshments, advocacy sign-up, finish line brigade, and route monitoring. This is great for groups, students, individuals and families!

For more information contact Ben Donnelly at bedonnelly@alz.org


Nonprofit Community Networking Fair
Sept. 22, 2017, 1-3 p.m., College of Southern Maryland, La Plata Campus, Center for Business and Industry (BI Building), Room 113/113E

The Nonprofit Institute at CSM is partnering with Charles County Public Library to offer a Nonprofit Community Networking Fair. This is a chance for local nonprofit organizations to learn about available resources in the community. More than two dozen exhibitors will be in attendance.

Free. No registration required.

For more information contact Cara Fogarty at cfogarty@csmd.edu


Project Opportunity
September 25, 6:30 p.m., Russell Room (2nd Floor), 23110 Leonard Hall Drive, Leonardtown, MD

Project Opportunity is an intensive curriculum based 10‑week cohort program that meets one night a week and is facilitated by business professionals and subject matter experts.

Training and materials are provided free to veterans, but space is limited!

For more information, email Joe Giordano, Joe.giordano@project-opportunity.com or call, 410‑860‑6664.


Save the Date:  Meet the Media
September 28, 2-4 p.m., Lexington Park Library

NPI and Community Foundation of Southern Maryland will be hosting a “MEET the MEDIA”.  This event will include a panel discussion with local members of media on how to get your message to the community.

For more information, contact Cara Fogarty at cfogarty@csmd.edu.


Voices of Maryland Women Listening Tour
September 28, 6 - 8 p.m., Chesapeake Building, 41770 Baldridge Street, Commissioner’s Meeting Room Leonardtown, MD 20650

This public forum gives St. Mary’s County women the opportunity to discuss challenges, personal concerns and facilitate solutions. The State Commission will review the topics presented during this forum, and will generate a report with recommendations for improvements in program, legislation and policies. St. Mary’s County Commission for Women will use the information we receive to develop priorities and focus areas.  

This is a FREE forum and open to the public.  Registration is encouraged.

Thank you for your time and consideration. We encourage you to spread the word to co-workers, friends, family and women within your organization.

Register at: https://voicesofmarylandwomenstmaryscountycfw.eventbrite.com

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Walden’s 4th Annual Event 2017 - Shining a Guiding Light
September 29, 7 p.m., Olde Breton Inn, 21890 Society Hill Road, Leonardtown, MD 20650

n March this year, Governor Hogan declared a state of emergency; part of a strategy aimed at tackling the growing opioid epidemic. He called on partners, including non-profits such as Walden, to 'step up to the mark' to fight this issue together.

Help support us in our work by supporting this event as an individual or through your business.

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SMAWL is looking for hardworking, caring individuals to join our all-volunteer team in saving and improving the lives of animals in St. Mary's County. SMAWL is a nonprofit rescue organization that specializes in the rescue, care and placement of abused, neglected and homeless companion animals. We strive to educate the community in areas of responsible pet ownership as well as helping to control the pet overpopulation in our area by promoting the spaying and neutering of all companion animals.

This rewarding work can't be done without the dedication of talented volunteers who support the work through fundraising, community outreach, education and animal care. Volunteers are needed at every level - from the extra set of hands at fundraising events to individuals who would like to serve on the Board of Directors.

For more information, please send an email to info@smawl.org or call Lisa Horton at 240-298-8237.


Warrior Canine Connection has several PAID Internship positions available

Warrior Canine Connection has several PAID Internship positions available - with a housing allowance included. The announcement is attached for your review.

Please distribute to Veteran's Treatment Court Mentees (where appropriate), and to Veteran's Organizations. The Internships are open to Veterans and Military Family Members.

Interested applicants should send a current resume to: jen.prentiss@warriorcanineconnection.org to receive an application to fill out.


October 2017

Veteran's Job Club: Employment Opportunities, Job Skills, Human Resources Guidance, and Networking

October 2, 2017/1300 - 1400
November 6, 2017/1300 - 1400
December 4, 2017/1300 - 1400


Calvert County Public Library, 850 Costley Way, Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Contact:
Antwon Davis, 307-374-1143    antwon.davis@maryland.gov
George Hawley, 301-374-1153   george.hawley@maryland.gov
Mitchell Domm, 301-374-1179   mitchell.domm@maryland.gov

More Opportunities:

FREE Web-based Training:  Introduction to Proposal Writing and Introduction to Finding Grants

Completely online and self-directed, these courses put you in charge of your own learning — perfect if you can’t get to one of our in-person sessions or live webinars. 

All you need to take one of these courses is a computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. Courses feature rich multimedia content, interactive quiz questions, and useful tips to help you succeed. Upon finishing a course you have the option to print a certificate of completion.

FREE Blue Crab Tickets for Nonprofits

The Charles County Commissioners are allotted 25 regular field box seats to Blue Crab home games for non-profit agencies. If your agency would like to have all/part of this allotment and for which home game. You can also check out the time of the game specifics (time, contenders) at their website www.somdbluecrabs.com. The tickets are as a first come, first serve basis.

Tickets are available for:

  • September 15-17

Please share this information amongst the different departments of your organization.  Contact Julie Bryson at BrysonJ@charlescountymd.gov for more information or to reserve your tickets