Please join us for "A Community United," on January 21, 2021 from 9:00am-2:00pm.
Geared towards nonprofit staff, volunteers and community members, participants will have the opportunity to pivot their volunteer programs to meet their organizations' shifting needs, to learn tools to better commit to anti-racist principles at work and in the community, to learn programs available to combat the looming housing crisis and how to connect to regional resources through United Way's 211 24/7/365 human service helpline.
Nonprofits that are interested in applying for 2021-2022 United Way funding are required to attend, regardless if they currently receive United Way funding. 2021-2022 funding priorities and opportunities will be discussed in depth. Registration is required in advance.
A Community United: Nonprofit Professional Development Series
January 21, 2021
9:00am - 2:00pm
Welcome & Introductions, Jeannie Montano, President & CEO, UWDOR
211 Update& Eviction Prevention Program Launch, Lini Jacob, Senior Vice President, 2-1-1 Hudson Valley
Moving your Volunteer Management Programs Forward, Babette Baker, Affiliate Consultant, Support Center
Committing to Anti-Racism, Tracy Givens Hunter, Director of Public Policy and Education Fund of New York Navigator Program
2021 UWDOR Funding Priorities, Melissa Clark, Senior Director of Community Impact, UWDOR
Closing, Melissa Clark, Senior Director of Community Impact, UWDOR
Presented with support from the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation, Ulster Savings Bank and the Volunteer Generation Fund