Nonprofit Workshop Series

Nonprofit Capacity Building Resources and Information

On June 14 and June 16, Healthcare Initiative Foundation partnered with Nonprofit Montgomery and the Montgomery County Food Council to host a two-part virtual workshop series on building nonprofit capacity.  The workshop included presentations by Maryland Nonprofits, Montgomery County Volunteer Center, the Food Council’s Food Security Community, and the Institute for Public Health Innovation.

June 14

Maryland Nonprofits will discuss their available range of resources for both existing and emerging nonprofits while highlighting the importance of structural requirements and operational compliance to be ‘grant ready.’

Nonprofit Montgomery will share their membership resources, FIRM and MORE trainings for organizational leadership, and share the new and exciting capacity building opportunities for nonprofits in the county.

Recording of the June 14th workshop is now available. Click here. To view the Maryland Nonprofits PowerPoint presentation, click here.

June 16

Institute for Public Health Innovation will provide their Grants 101 presentation that offers a wonderful high-level perspective on how to tackle grant applications and the process – from developing boilerplate communications to determining next steps after award or decline.

Montgomery County Food Council’s Food Security Community will discuss their collaboration and coordination amongst food providers and county distribution centers. The existing infrastructure of the Food Council was a game-changer when the pandemic first started and allowed providers to grow and flourish in their food security supports.

Montgomery County Volunteer Center will provide details on how their programs work and how Montgomery County nonprofits can benefit from using local, professional talent for their operational and programmatic growth.

The recording for the June 16th workshop is now available. Click here. To view the IPHI presentation, click here. To view the Montgomery County Food Council’s presentation, click here. To view the Montgomery County Volunteer Center’s, click here.