Join the GWP Administrative Learning network as we partner with Meeting Professionals International (MPI) to meet and learn from author Beth Ziesenis (aka, Your Nerdy Best Friend) in her presentation: Secret Tech Weapons.
Join NCFP for this webinar exploring virtual site visits, data-informed decision-making, and strategies to bring your foundation along with the e-journey.
Everyone is talking about digital currency. Should nonprofits be part of that conversation? Idealware partnered with GuideStar to host a panel discussion to help nonprofit leaders understand what digital currency is and what it might mean for their organizations. This panel discussion will explore how Bitcoin and other currencies affect nonprofits, from donations to payments for programs and services to investments.
Join us for our first session in 2018 during which we will learn some lesser-known tricks and features in the Microsoft Outlook and Office Suite.
Join us, in partnership with Idealware, for a two-session course designed to help you understand what technologies are essential to your grantees and which are simply “nice to have.” Sign up for What Every Funder Needs to Know to Evaluate Technology Requests to gain the knowledge you need to make smart funding decisions for your foundation and your grantees.
Come learn with your peers on September 16th.
How do you decide what to retain and what to toss? How do you keep your retention policy up to date? Join us for an open discussion about how GWP members have kept the piles of paperwork organized and also share resources used to establish a document retention policy.
Join GWP for the next Corporate Roundtable during which Highmark will provide a demonstration of their new online giving system.
Our new website is live and ready for you to register for programs, search the member directory and more. Join us for a brown bag lunch where we will walk through program registrations, organization profile updates and highlights of some new features of the website.
This workbook to help you think through specific policies to manage your nonprofit’s risk. It contains prompts to help you create and document policies for the acceptable use of technology and networks, personal devices for work, how to provide IT guidance to “accidental techies,” how to respond to an IT incident, and how to recover your technology after a major disaster.