January & February Trainings @ Utah Nonprofit Association

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Why re-invent the wheel? Trust us- it's been invented!

UNA has developed a robust curriculum, based on best practices, designed for nonprofit organizations to make their work easier, faster, and efficient.  

No matter what your role is in your organization, we have a training for you. Ours is specifically crafted to review what you're already doing at your organization - evaluate it and help you gain tools for implementation. This is more than a training class - this is enhancing and perfecting the systems you work in each day. And we will be right there with you every step of the way for coaching and additional technical assistance. 

In this intermediate to advanced training, we look over your bylaws, press releases, gift acceptance policy, and much more. Once your organization (utilizing your hard work and leadership skills) completes the evidence list for the course a Badge of Certification will be awarded. 

Start today by enhancing the effectiveness of your organization's mission.
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12th Annual Nonprofit Conference

Save the Date:
September 14, 2017

Davis Conference Center
1651 N 700 W
Layton, Utah 84041


Announcements &
Community Training's


We are excited to present our contribution to the 2017 Economic Report to the Governor. Our work to include the Nonprofit Sector will raise the profile of Utah's nonprofits and draw more attention to the important social and economic impacts of nonprofit organizations. These include providing jobs, benefits, and bringing revenue and grant monies into our communities.

You can download a full copy of Utah's 2017 Economic Report to the Governor at the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute website. (The nonprofit chapter begins on page 132.)

Volunteer Management Training 
Southwestern UT

Do you want to learn new strategies to better recruit, retain, motivate, and manage your volunteers? Register today for the UServeUtah Intro to Volunteer Management Training on March 13 & 14 in St. George, UT. Early Bird discount is available until February 20. Contact Mary at mbuehler@utah.gov for more information.

United Way of Salt Lake is pleased to announce the 2017 Community Support (formerly known as Basic Needs) Grant application is now open.

Grants are available to nonprofits in Salt Lake, Summit, Davis and Tooele counties that address the following needs:  

  • Food/General Financial Support,
  • Mental/Behavioral Health,
  • Medical/Dental, and
  • Shelter/Safety

The deadline for application is 
Feb 7, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.

Take a break, sip some coffee, and read up on some Common Nonprofit Terms & Concepts and What They Actually Mean. Enjoy!

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