JVA to present at Colorado Nonprofit Association 2009 Fall Conference

The Colorado Nonprofit Association is preparing to host its annual Fall Conference on October 29–30. Hundreds of professionals from the nonprofit, business and government sectors will be in attendance to network and participate in workshops conducted by leaders and innovators in the industry. JVA Consulting will be sending Ashley Kasprzak, Kerry Lupher, Nancy Zuercher and JVA president Janine Vanderburg to present on topics that are relevant to today’s nonprofit professional.

Ashley Kasprzak will join representatives from Volunteers of America, Center for African American Health and Zion Senior Center to discuss how collaboration can increase what you can do for your clients in a workshop called Increasing Organizational Capacity through Collaboration.

Kerry Lupher and Nancy Zuercher’s workshop, Creating a Grassroots Needs Assessment, will focus on the steps involved in conducting a needs assessment for any size organization and budget. Kerry will also be explaining how to navigate through the new features of the Colorado Common Grant Report in a session called Master the NEW Colorado Common Grant Report.

In an interactive workshop called Are You Ready for Social Enterprise? Janine Vanderburg will discuss ways to assess your organization and find out how you can earn money for your nonprofit with things you’re already doing.

After the conference, JVA will hold a drawing with the names of those who attend any session led by the JVA team. The winner of the drawing will receive a gift bag with JVA’s top five books for nonprofit leaders.

To learn more about the Colorado Nonprofit Association 2009 Fall Conference or to register, go to http://www.coloradononprofits.org/FallConference/.


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