KDH Research and Communication (KDHRC), a public health research company in Atlanta, GA, developed Puentes, an online professional development course for promotores de salud to support parents of children with special health care needs. KDHRC IS LOOKING FOR ORGANIZATIONS TO SERVE AS RECRUITMENT PARTNERS! KDHRC … Continue readingSeeking Latino-Serving Community Based Organizations!
January 24, 2019 2:00-3:00 p.m. CST To win a grant, you need to submit the right proposal to the right funder for the right amount. But just how are you supposed to figure that out? It’s not magic or pure luck, and with the right … Continue readingWebinar: How to Find Grantmakers to Fund Your Cause
Understanding and preparing for the process of website redesign can save you and your org time, money and maybe even a few headaches along the way. Sign up now for our course Anatomy of a Website Redesign, led by Mark Root-Wiley, a web designer for nonprofits and mission-driven organizations. You’ll … Continue readingAnatomy of a Website Redesign
We will be making additions and improvements to our website and member services this year and look forward to continued improvement of our service to the community. Thank you for your patience in this transition process, if you can not find a particular page … Continue readingTANO is excited to be leading Texas Nonprofits in 2018
Policy Alert The amendment to strike Section 116 related to Johnson Amendment enforcement failed by a vote of 24 to 28. The vote on nonpartisanship was not by party line as feared. Two Republicans, Charles Dent (R-PA) and Scott Taylor (R-VA) voted with all Democrats … Continue readingPolicy Alert: Amendment to Strike Section 116 failed, but it was close
Keeping Politics at Bay for Charitable Nonprofits and Foundations Oppose Efforts to Repeal or Weaken the “Johnson Amendment” Is it too much to ask that the charitable nonprofit and foundation community be respected and protected as the safe space from the damaging effects of … Continue readingImportant Call to Action from the National Council of Nonprofits
The Community Affairs Division of the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (“the Department”) announces the release of a Request for Applications (“RFA”) seeking interested qualified organizations to submit an application to administer the Community Services Block Grant (“CSBG”) in Dallas County. The Department … Continue readingTDHCA – Request for Applications to Administer the CSBG in Dallas County
Happy Holidays from Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations TANO is honored to serve as your state association. Your membership in TANO is what makes our “voice for good” heard. We applaud the efforts of all nonprofits in Texas over this past year and wish … Continue readingSeason’s Greetings!
Mark Your Calendars! 2017 is the Final Year of Free Webinars by Nonprofit Tech for Good After presenting more than 500 webinars over the last eight years to more than 40,000 nonprofit staff worldwide, 2017 will be the final year of Nonprofit Tech for Good … Continue readingMembers Only: Free Webinars by Nonprofit Tech for Good
Recapping 2016 Policy Arena Wins and Losses for Nonprofits At the beginning of 2016, the National Council of Nonprofits published 2015-2016: The Years in (P)Review, highlighting a dozen public policy challenges, opportunities, and emerging issues that affect the work of charitable nonprofits. The purpose then … Continue readingNonprofit Advocacy Matters