Monday June 27th from 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Oakland Community College Auditorium
739 S. Washington Ave.
Royal Oak MI 48067
The purpose of this workshop is to provide information on how to start a nonprofit, the federal and state requirements that established nonprofits need to fulfill in order to keep their nonprofit status, and the resources are available to build an organization’s capacity. Representatives from the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, the Attorney General’s Office and the Internal Revenue Service will be presenting at this event. There will also be a resource panel presentation that will include members from the Michigan Nonprofit Association, New Detroit, The Center for Nonprofit Management, Youth Development Commission, City Connect Detroit, Development Directions and Joy-Southfield Community Development Corporation. These agencies will present on best practices for staff and board development, collaboration, and fundraising. There will also be a presentation on 2-1-1 from the United Way, and one from the Corporation for National and Community Service of Michigan on how to become a sponsoring organization for VISTA and AmeriCorps workers.
While this event is FREE, you must register by 5 p.m. on June 23.
You are encouraged to register early as space is sure to fill up fast!
Online registration only, each person who wishes to attend must register individually.
An overview of each presentation will be available via the registration link.
For questions or concerns about this event, please call Melanie at (586) 573-7634, hope to see you there!
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