SOUTHEAST USA LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2021-03-31T11:26:57-07:00
Alabama | Georgia | Mississippi Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Tuesday - September 21
The latest local Birmingham/Atlanta/Greater Jackson area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
We applaud the Biden Administration for announcing the presidential determination for fiscal year 2022, beginning October 1st, will be set to a historic high of 125,000.
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Tomorrow is 'Wingtips Tuesday'! Yes, there is such a thing. All about #NPOs relationships with Bankers! Deposit your morning with us. Live!
#Nonprofit Power Week with @yptcllc
Sept 21 Tuesday
9:30am PT 11:30am CT 12:30pm ET
Get a Show reminder: https://t.co/vfp26KouAZ
We had a great day with 7 intakes (5 strays, 1 transfer from Animal Health Center, and 1 owner surrender), 2 pets returned to their owners and 6 adoptions! Congrats to Gainz, Laa Laa, Tinky Winky, Fifi, Buttermilk, and Peggy on finding their forever homes!
CRSA member organizations are heartened to see this announcement as we prepare to welcome refugees from Afghanistan and other crisis zones around the world to a safe new home in Georgia. #RefugeesWelcome https://t.co/UBGGXNWUag
#TFW your #FoodforThought presentation is about #foodways 🤓 Catch up on "Food in the Native South and the Curious Case of Coontie" by Dr. Andrew Frank of @Floridastate, on YouTube at: https://t.co/a6lPEHYa2C. #foodways #history
This Friday we are having a $5 Friday adoption special! This means that all altered pets (both in shelter and in foster) are only $5 to adopt. You must be pre-approved to get the adoption special and we will still be running by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Schedule your appointment today!
The Honorable Mike Rogers is the next "Voices of Our Times" speaker. Member tickets for his lecture on Nov. 11 at 6:30 p.m. are on sale now at the link. Non-Member tickets will be available in two weeks on October 4.
#Representation can improve learning outcomes for #BlackStudents, but new research utilizes AI to show that children's literature disproportionately features white males. The researchers hope this technology can improve #EducationEquity. @FutureEdGU https://t.co/nYPEuQK0f7
This Wednesday at 5:30 PM, join MMFA’s Cassandra Cavness on Facebook Live as she discusses art as an economic driver with MMFA Director of Development Tisha Rhodes and the City of Montgomery’s Director of Cultural Affairs Yvette Jones-Smedley. https://t.co/bA0evL0Z03