Winter 2015-16
Nonprofit Support Program
     
Contact Us
 
Annemarie Riemer,
Director

Meher Shulman,
Associate Director

Amy Studwell,
Senior Nonprofit Support Program Officer

Doug Shipman,
Program Officer

Betsy Johnson,
Senior Nonprofit Support Program Associate   

Nonprofit Support Program Associate

 

 

 

10 Columbus Blvd., 8th Floor
Hartford, CT 06106
860-548-1888
Fax: 860-524-8346  

NSP@hfpg.org  

 

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Update 


Check out NSP's New Brochures!


NSP has just updated its overview brochure, as well as its brochures for The Executive Transition Program and Financial Management Program.  We now also have a brochure that describes Organizational Assessments.  The brochures include updated information on our overall services and these individual programs. PDFs of the program brochures are available on our website:

Executive Transition
To learn about how NSP's Executive Transition Program can help your board to do the proper planning required to successfully transition to a new Executive Director, click here for more informationor contact Meher Shulman at (860) 548-1888 x1047 or mshulman@hfpg.org
Help Develop Emerging Leaders in Your Organization

This is not an NSP program, but NSP wishes to inform you of a program called The Leadership Development Roundtable (LDR), a comprehensive program designed to accelerate the development of nonprofit emerging leaders. It is an intensive program designed to build the capacity of emerging leaders to effect social change.

The program consists of: 1) A learning cohort of peer leaders who meet together, 2) Leadership coaching sessions to implement your individual professional development plan, 3) Envisioning, planning and executing a project to address a business challenge facing your nonprofit organization, 4) An expanded professional network.

LDR is entering its eighth year, having supported more than 140 rising leaders to grow their leadership skills and networks. Applications for the Hartford-area cohort are due by December 11. Click here to learn more
Pro Bono Partnership Provides Free Legal Services to Nonprofits

If you are considering: updating your by-laws, revising your employee handbook, moving to a new space, or merging or collaborating with another organization, PBP may be able to help you. PBP provides free non-litigation legal services to nonprofits in areas such as corporate structure and governance, regulatory compliance, contracts, employment and environmental law, fundraising, intellectual property, lobbying, mergers, bankruptcy and dissolution, and real estate.

To learn more, visit www.probonopartnership.org or contact Priya Morganstern, Director of PBP's Hartford Program at (860) 541-4950 or pmorganstern@probonopartner.org.
What is LUNA, and Why is it the Key to the Financial Health of Your Nonprofit? 
Hilda Polanco, Founder and Managing Director of Fiscal Management Associates explains.  Click here to learn more.
Tell Your Board of Directors NOT to Ask for Money, says Kimberley Mackenzie. Click here to learn more