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Grant Writing Workshop

Join us on March 25th at 9 a.m. at the UGA Gwinnett Campus for this in-person workshop (networking at 8:30 a.m.)! Wellspring Nonprofit Resource will be sharing their many years of successful grant writing experience and how that has changed as a result of the continued effects of…

Nonprofit Academy: Starting Point 2022

Have you heard the news?Nonprofit Academyis back in person! On February 24th, 2022, we're kickingoff the year’s education events with ourNonprofit Academy: Starting Point – an intensive, half-day of learning and networking for nonprofits at Gas South District Convention Center. We'll cover topics such as fundraising, leadership, storytelling,…

Recruiting and Engaging A High-Performing Board

Hybrid workshop at John C. Maxwell Leadership Center Have you struggled with engaging new and existing board members during the pandemic? Strategic board cultivation, orientation, and other practices to equip your board for engagement is always an intentional process and even more critical in these times. Come to…

RECAP: Estate Planning Seminar

Missed our Estate Planning Seminar with Meredith Hilton ofHilton Lawand Nathan Powell ofPowell & Edwards? Good news - you can watch it on-demand any time at the link below! We also have a link to download Meredith's presentation on special needs planning. You will learn: The three documents…

Finding Scholarship Dollars for College

Are you worried about paying for college? As the cost of college tuition continues to rise, many families are struggling to cover costs. There are a variety of scholarship resources available for students with abilities ranging from average to super achiever and everyone in between. Whatever the student’s…

Estate Planning Seminar

September 24 @ 10 a.m.-12 p.m. If you chose to get out of bed this morning, you have probably worried about viruses and variants, crowded hospitals and hurricanes, fires, floods, taxes and terrorists. During a similarly difficult time, Winston Churchill wisely advised, “let our advance worrying become advance…