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The Sustainability Mindset: You Gotta Have It

By on May 19, 2017 in News

Post by Steve Zimmerman (Keynote Speaker at the 2017 WV Nonprofit Leadership Summit) and Spectrum Nonprofit Services Originally posted at the N.C. for Nonprofits blog on September 2, 2014. In nonprofits across the country, leaders continue to discuss and pursue the somewhat elusive sustainability. They face a coming year with more options and more pressures, […]

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Cash Without the Fundraising

By on April 17, 2017 in News

Cash – without the fundraising! Is your organization in need of additional funding? Positive cash flow? You may be overlooking an operating cost you can reduce and budget—state unemployment insurance! Nonprofit employers across the Mountain State are submitting their first quarter 2017 unemployment tax (SUTA or SUI) payments to the WorkForce unemployment agency this month. […]

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A Post-Election Message to WV Nonprofits

By on November 15, 2016 in News

To all of the nonprofit leaders that encouraged your staff, board, volunteers, and others to vote last week, thank you. We elected hundreds of officials in West Virginia, from local school board members, city commissioners, state and federal representatives and senators, to our Governor, and all the way up to the President of the United […]

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New Member Benefit: Insurance Options

By on November 9, 2016 in News

The WVNPA is pleased to announce that we have endorsed Thornburg Insurance Agency and Joe Stanton to develop a new member benefit – insurance options specifically for our association members. Joe Stanton and his team have a wealth of products and services that can be customized to your organization regardless of your size. Thornburg Insurance […]

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Featured Member: Read Aloud West Virginia

By on July 20, 2016 in News

This month’s featured member works to put books in the hands and on the minds of West Virginia’s children. On the first day a Read Aloud West Virginia volunteer read to a classroom of children, a child asked why she was there. When she explained she would be reading aloud to the class once a […]

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