[Nat_Issues] re: Job Openings at Potlatch Fund and More... (fwd)
clotise at u.washington.edu
Tue May 24 13:03:00 PDT 2011
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Subject: Job Openings at Potlatch Fund and More...
Capacity Building Update
To schedule a training for your community or group, contact Heather Miller (Wyandotte),
heather at potlatchfund.org
Potlatch Fund Wants to Come to You
“This training has helped clarify my understanding of what nonprofits can do for our community,” said a recent training
participant. Her words were being spoken about her participation in a Basic Board governance training yet we hear this type of
comment quite frequently. Nonprofit organizations fulfill a special need in our society, often doing the work governments cannot
do and for-profit entities refuse to do. Potlatch Fund trainers know the value of nonprofit organizations and have the experience
developing these type of organizations. If you have considered starting a nonprofit organization or want more tips and tricks
writing grant applications we want to help. Our summer and fall schedule are filing up fast. Please contact us to schedule a
workshop in your community today! More information can be found online.
Kirby Jock (Mohawk/ Iroquois) Board President,
at a recent presentation, to potential funders, by the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Journey from the past...into the future.
Want Free or Discounted Stuff for your organization?
Did you know that as a tax except nonprofit organization you have access to lots of free items? That’s right, it is now becoming
even easier to get more donations for the good work you do in your communities. Potlatch Fund loves receiving free or discounted
software and tech equipment from Tech Soup. If computer software is not for you check out Good360, a site providing discounted
and free items like home goods, office supplies and health care items. Check them out today.
Alan Rabinowitz, Potlatch Fund supporter, talks to the 2011 LEAD cohort about the history of philanthropy.
Capacity Building Training Calendar
View the current calendar and registration forms.
National Tribal CASA Workshop
Seattle, WA - May 24 and 25
Introduction to Financial Management
Seattle, WA - May 26 and 27
Warm Springs, OR - June 8 and 9
Journey to Successful Fundraising
Usk, WA - June 13 and 14
Tribal CASA Capacity Building Training
Usk, WA - June 15 and 16
Seattle, WA - July 5 and 6
Journey to Successful Fundraising
Usk, WA - June 13 anJourney to Successful Fundraising
Yakima, WA - August 4 and 5
Dana Arviso (Diné),
Next Executive Director
Photo (c) Nadya Kwandibens
Red Works Studios
Job Openings at Potlatch Fund
Potlatch Fund has two current job openings:
Overview Bookkeeping for Potlatch Fund a 501-c-3 non-profit Tribal organization. This position will report to the Executive
Director. Experience in non-profit bookkeeping desired.
Overview To assist the Executive Director to ensure the overall efficient and effective management of the operations of Potlatch
Fund. This role includes supporting communications, fundraising, budgeting, and financial management.
To read the complete job descriptions and download an application form, kindly visit our homepage: www.potlatchfund.org
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