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Join us for an exploration of Decide Diversity’s new Table of Diversity, a fun tool that prioritizes diversity, facilitates inclusive cultures, and brings to the surface inequities.
Town Hall Meeting Recording: Establishing Competitive Pay & Benefits in a Tight Market (August 24, 2023)
Join us for a discussion on fair, equitable, and competitive pay at nonprofits. We also provide a quick overview of some of KNN’s tools and benefits to help organizations recruit and retain employees, including the KY Nonprofit Compensation Report, Employee Benefits Program, and Retirement Solution.
Dr. Courtney Keim, Kentucky Psychological Foundation (KPF) President, Dr. Patti Weiter, Kentucky Psychological Association (KPA) President, and Sarah Burress, KPA/KPF Director of Operations, join us to share strategies for prioritizing psychological wellness in nonprofits.
Learn how equity in education affects your nonprofit and the Kentuckians you serve, as well as how you can advocate for this important work.
Securing match dollars for federal grants is often a barrier many nonprofits face when interested in applying for federal grants. Join us to discuss the new Kentucky G.R.A.N.T. program, which establishes a grant matching fund to assist nonprofits with projects in 41 counties with the local cost share of federal grant applications.
A discussion of the basics of Community-Centric Fundraising (CCF) - a fundraising model that is grounded in equity and social justice.
This Town Hall Recording will help nonprofits new to this conversation identify resources to get started, as well as provide a refresher for organizations experienced in proactively addressing workplace safety.
Whitney Austin, the co-founder of Whitney/Strong, and Connie Coartney with Moms Demand Action join us to share their work to find common ground to end gun violence.
In this recording, hear the common threads of disruptions affecting volunteerism, along with strategies for transforming those disruptions into impact by engaging or re-engaging volunteers.
Juneteenth (June 19) is a federal holiday commemorating the end of African American slavery in the United States, emphasizing education and achievement. Carmen Marshall, Chief Equity Officer of Maryland Nonprofits, joins us to discuss Juneteenth -- the history and significance of the holiday, as well as why and how nonprofit leaders should recognize this holiday at their workplace.
Learn the basics of AI, tools available for nonprofits to use, and the pros and cons to consider before incorporating AI into your work.
Join KNN and Serve Kentucky for this pre-recorded event that will equip you to lead your organization in rewriting the traditional rules of engagement, allowing you to continue to leverage volunteers’ time and talent to sustain or increase impact.
KNN members join us to provide a recap on their legislative efforts of interest to nonprofits and the Kentuckians you serve during the 2023 session of the Kentucky General Assembly.
Join consultant Ashley Oolman of Allied Folk for "Culture Clash," a discussion on the nonprofit ecosystem, social justice, and equitable programming.
Learn about Kentucky's NEW Employee Child Care Assistance Partnership. This Partnership was created by House Bill 499 in the 2022 legislative session and creates a state match for employers who choose to contribute to the cost of quality childcare on behalf of an employee.
On this recording, we help folks prepare for KY Nonprofit Day at the Capitol, set for March 8. Watch this recording to get your game plan together for our sector's gathering in Frankfort.
The Consolidated Appropriations Act signed into law on December 29, 2022, included almost 400 pages focused on retirement plans – including some provisions that impact nonprofit employers. Our KNN Retirement Solution partners at Voya and R(k)G join us in this recording to share more!