Jan
1
Mon
Save the Date: January Work Life Balance Series @ Webcast
Jan 1 – Jan 31 all-day
Save the Date: January Work Life Balance Series @ Webcast | Burlington | Vermont | United States

Save the date for this January’s 2nd Annual Work Life Balance Series! 

Nonprofit workers are largely motivated by a sense of purpose. The pursuit of social change can cause us to work long hours and neglect self-care. This does not serve ourselves, our families or our cause.

In our second annual webcast series, #worklifebalance, Common Good Vermont speaks with workplace coaches and organizations to answer your questions. We’ll look at:

  • Is there a fundamental organizational shift that we can make to support employees better balance our lives and get our mission driven work done well?
  • What can we do to support a culture of worklifebalance?
  • What practices can we cultivate to support both our mission and renewal?
  • What examples we can learn from?

The interviews are live on Ch17.tv, CommonGoodVT.org and Facebook. The programs are open to calls (802-862-3966) and social media delivered questions. #worklifebalance.

Stay tuned for speakers and dates…

In the meantime, watch last year’s series with Flip BrownSusan Palmer, & Porter Knight.

 

Feb
20
Tue
Vermont Nonprofit Legislative Day @ Vermont Statehouse
Feb 20 all-day
Vermont Nonprofit Legislative Day @ Vermont Statehouse | Montpelier | Vermont | United States

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Webinar: How Much Should My Nonprofit Target For Reserves? @ Webinar
Feb 20 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Keeping reserves for a “rainy day” is a good practice for all nonprofit institutions, but how much should your organization set aside? A percentage of annual budget? Three-to-six months? The answer is: It depends. Each nonprofit is unique and can experience distinct unexpected circumstances that may affect its long-term financial health.

This session, led by Dennis Gogarty of Raffa Wealth Management, will focus on how to conduct a risk assessment that will assist your nonprofit in quantifying financial risks and opportunities. Once completed, this risk assessment aims to assist in finding the appropriate reserve level for your unique organization.

Whether you are in the initial phases of creating your nest egg or reevaluating longstanding reserve levels, this session is for you.

Register Here