We Care - Non-Profit Initiatives
The Dayton SCORE non-profit initiative is: “WE CARE about the Success of Non-Profit Organizations”. Dayton SCORE has a committee of dedicated members to help small non-profit organizations increase their capacity and operate similar to a small business.
First, the committee investigated the needs of non-profit organizations. Then they created a three part program starting with an Organizational Assessment for Staff members and Boards to review their current status. The second step of the program is a series of five workshops which address basic organizational needs: Strategic Planning, Board Development, Financial Management, Fundraising and Marketing – all directed to non-profit organizations. The third step is specific mentoring for organizations at their request.
The non-profit community has embraced the Dayton SCORE workshop program with average attendance of 35 people at each session. Twenty-five non-profit workshop sessions have been presented since its inception in 2012. The total attendance during this three year period has exceeded 850 individuals.
The demand is continuing. We expect another series of the workshops to be presented by Dayton SCORE in the Spring of 2015. The five workshops and links to several of our contributors can be found on our website (click here). On-line Registration is required at our website and will be offered three weeks prior to each session.
Who supports The Dayton SCORE Non-Profit Initiative? The Dayton Foundation, The Levin Family Foundation, United Way, Better Business Bureau, The Dayton Metro Library, and others.