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On this week's call, our partners from Dean Dorton will join us to discuss Employee Retention Tax Credits.
On our April 1 call, a panel of nonprofit advocates will join us for a recap of the 2021 session of the Kentucky General Assembly and the impact on the work of nonprofits
On this month's call, we'll hear from Joel Buno, Executive Director of the Asia Institute-Crane House in Louisville. He will discuss what folks can do when witnessing violent and/or discriminatory incidents; how nonprofit leaders can best support staff, clients, and community members who may be experiencing trauma related to anti-Asian sentiments; and more.
On the March 18, 2021 call, Travis Mayo and Wendy Smith will join us to share information about the Team Kentucky Healthy at Home Eviction Relief Fund and more, including ways nonprofits can help spread the word about this important relief program.
J.D. Chaney, Executive Director, Kentucky League of Cities and Shellie Hampton, Legislative Director, Kentucky Association of Counties will share what's known about relief cities/counties will receive from the American Rescue Plan and offer tips on partnerships with officials to effectively meet community needs.
Robert Coffey, district director with Small Business Administration, will join us to outline what you need to know to apply for these funds. John Wurtenberger, CPA and Assurance Director with Dean Dorton, will also join us to help organizations think through their evaluation of which available relief programs are the best fit for your organization
If your organization or key staff are new to KY Gives Day or you want a quick refresher from last year, this is your opportunity to learn everything you need to know about #KYGives21 - including what it is, how it works, and what to expect.
Across the globe, March is recognized as Women’s History Month, highlighting the contributions and achievements women of diverse backgrounds have made across a variety of fields. Nonprofits are no exception.
On the February 11 call, join us for a discussion on COVID-19 vaccine access, how nonprofits can get involved in vaccine education, and HR issues that employers will want to consider.
Setting an effective strategy for a planned giving program can be daunting which can lead to the project never taking flight. Yet there are so many short-term and long-term benefits to establishing and implementing a simple yet highly effective planned gi
On the February 4 call, learn from national data on diversity efforts in nonprofits from NonprofitHR and Building Movement Project. We'll also share plans and goals for KNN's launch of a new Racial Equity in the Nonprofit Sector Task Force, including a st
On the February 4 call, Robert Coffey with the Small Business Administration will join us with information specific for arts and cultural organizations planning to share important first step information for organizations planning to apply for the Shuttere
On the January 28, 2021, call, we were joined by Robert Coffey, District Director with the Small Business Administration. We discussed EIDL, PPP, loan forgiveness, and more.
Join John Wurtenberger, CPA, assurance director with Dean Dorton and Elizabeth Hobbs, Vice President Commercial Loan Officer with Traditional Bank for an overview of the loan opportunities made available through the year-end spending and relief law.
On this call, Demetria Miles-McDonald (Decide Diversity) hosted a panel discussion featuring nonprofit leaders who are on the DEI journey within their organizations.
For our final Virtual Town Hall of 2020, Governor Andy Beshear joins us to speak with Kentucky's nonprofit about the 2021 budget and legislative session.
KNN's Passport to Thriving in 2021 provides you with outstanding nonprofit management resources packaged to help your organization address your greatest challenges and opportunities in the months ahead.
Our October 22 call features an important presentation on self-care and coping skills to prevent burnout with Darcy Miller, Regional Director of Emergency Services with KNN member, New Vista.
Our October 1 call features a panel discussion with representatives from the grantmaking community.
Join Curtis Klotz as we discuss how you can take stock of your organization's priorities where it concerns racial equity - as told through the lens of your finances - and determine if your actions match your mission and your values.

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