Join other organizations serving women and girls in New Hampshire as we explore these topics that help us all be more effective in our work. The emphasis in these sessions will be on sharing what YOU have found to be helpful and discussing the issues and questions that you bring. And most importantly, network with others who are doing similar work to benefit women and girls in the Granite State.
Timeframe: 10:30 am – noon via Zoom
There is no charge to attend.
Who can attend: Staff from any nonprofit working with NH women and girls, with priority given to current and past grantees of the NH Women’s Foundation.
2023 Roundtable Schedule
The Status of Women in New Hampshire: Thursday, March 16 – NHWF recently released its “Status of Women in New Hampshire” report. Join us for a presentation on data points and trends spanning women’s health, safety, economic security, and leadership and its implications on the state and local communities. We invite you to share your thoughts and additional insight on the data with other nonprofit leaders serving New Hampshire women.
Creative Solutions in Challenging Times: Thursday, May 18 – As nonprofit leaders, we have to be creative. And the pandemic made this more important than ever. Simply throwing money at a problem is not an option for us…sometimes we just have to think differently about an issue to resolve it. Have you tackled a tricky issue in a creative way? What did you learn along the way? Come and hear stories of creativity, ingenuity, risk-taking and sometimes just plain luck as we work to meet our organization’s mission and help our organizations to thrive.
Get the Word Out: Thursday, September 21 – Do you wish more people knew about your organization and the great work that you do? How do you build a strong and positive image in the community without breaking the marketing budget? Hear how others are making the most of opportunities to promote their work, build their brand and get the word out.
Events in a Post-Pandemic World: Thursday, November 16 – Each of us relies on events to raise funds, thank donors and engage the public. Are you back to your pre-pandemic event schedules? Have you made adjustments along the way? Have you found that some virtual events work well for you and you plan to stick with them? How has this impacted your ability to fundraise? Join us to talk about what we’ve learned over the past year around offering in -person and virtual events and see what has worked well for others.
Keep an eye on your email for roundtable registration.
Questions? Contact Colin Conneally, Administrative Director – firstname.lastname@example.org