News, comments, resources, and more for nonprofits.
Is social networking a part of your organizational strategy? For what? For whom? ONEplace is a members of nTen, the nonprofit technology network which offers resources, webinars, and access to other technology-oriented services to nonprofits.
They would like your feedback about social networking and your organization through this anonymous survey. It will only take five minutes and will advise future training and support for social media use to advance your nonprofit organization.
Nonprofit Social Networking Survey
It’s another exciting day in the first month of ONEplace. Our eNews is launching! This brief, monthly newsletter will help keep you up to the minute with new workshop and event offerings; alerts on topics affecting the nonprofit sector; technical assistance topics; new books and resources; and highlight a different nonprofit organization each time.
A sample eNews is being sent to our nonprofit mailing list. You can sign up for your own copy here on our website. Please check it out and give us your feedback about items and topics you’d like to see included.
It’s the first day of Spring—one of my favorite transition days of the year. As a gardener, it marks the start of the new season of growing.
“Growing” is already happening at ONEplace! Since our launch a couple of weeks ago, we’ve had workshops with maximum numbers of people attending and had to stop registration on one for next week, already! We added a new date for the same topic in late April and already have five people signed up. This is exciting growth, and we’ve just begun.
Please check our website calendar regularly for new events and workshops—and register early!
Flowers (photo by Bobbe A. Luce)
Opening week at ONEplace has been a grand! Our launch event on March 3 found over 160 enthusiastic people gathered in the Van Deusen Room at Central Library to learn about our new support services and programs for nonprofits in Kalamazoo County. The energy was palpable!
Our speakers—Ann Rohrbaugh, Rick Hughey, Dave Gardiner, and Kyle Caldwell—joined me in sharing the value of centers like ours at all times—and, especially in difficult economic times. Building infrastructures and capacities in and across nonprofits will “float everyone’s boat” and create a stronger community for all.
Thanks to everyone who came to the event or asked about it afterward, thanks to the Kalamazoo Gazette for featuring ONEplace on the front page, and WMUK for their interview. We’re off and running…and we welcome your participation.