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U.S. Labor Department Publishes Overtime Regulations

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Upcoming Events 2016


August 2016

Seminars and Workshops

Tuesday, August 30 8:00am – 9:30am - Free
Title: Waukesha Nonprofit Roundtable: Enterprise Risk Management for Nonprofits – Wegner CPA’s
Location: MRA Conference Center, Waukesha
 
Friday, September 9, 9:30am - 11:30a.m. – Free (No RSVP Required)
Title: CORE Consultants’ Circle: Racial Justice in Our Work and Lives – CORE Consultants
Location: Madison Central Library, Room 302
 
Thursday, September 15, 3:00pm – 5:00pm – Free
Title: Free Tech and Training with TechSoup – Wisconsin Nonprofits Association
Location: Milwaukee East Library, Ellipse Community Room

Thursday, September 29, 3:00pm – 4:00pm – Free
Title: Nonprofit Advocacy in Wisconsin: Why WNA Matters to You! – Wisconsin Nonprofits Association
Location: Webinar
 

 

 

 

Nonprofit Advocacy Matters: Special Edition
Important Info Pertaining to the Nonprofit Sector




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Who We Are

The Wisconsin Nonprofits Association (WNA) is a statewide membership organization whose mission is to help strengthen Wisconsin’s nonprofits. We use a number of strategies to accomplish this, including: (1) providing public policy information and advocacy on nonprofit issues; (2) ensuring access to education and training opportunities; (3) delivering technical assistance, and (4) offering a comprehensive package of cost-saving benefits. Begun in 2007, WNA now has over 300 organizational members along with a number of individual and for-profit affiliate members and foundation supporters. We invite you to get involved and join us in our work on behalf of the large and diverse nonprofit sector in Wisconsin.

Latest News

Wisconsin Nonprofit Compensation Report is Closed!
WNA would like to thank the organizations that participated in this years data collection for the Wisconsin Nonprofit Compensation Report. We collected a lot of great information! When the report is complete, we will reach out to organizations that completed it personally. More information to follow about purchasing the report if you did not participate in the survey.
 
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WNA Website is Getting A Facelift!
You may have noticed that there has not been much action on the WNA website since December. Well, that’s about to change! Starting this week, Brandon will be systematically going through the website and bringing it up to speed. In the next few weeks, he will be updating:
  • The upcoming events section and all other events and outdated dates
  • The annual partners page to reflect our current annual partners
  • New Additions to the Membership Benefits page
  • And much more!
We encourage you to check out our progress on the website over the following weeks and let us know if we have missed anything. Click around, check out the content, and send us any feedback. We look forward to hearing from you!
 
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2015 Nonprofit Sector Report Is Available
The Nonprofit Wisconsin In Brief: Size and Scope was commissioned by WNA and Forward Community Investments and completed by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management. Generous financial support was provided by Spectrum Nonprofit Services. It includes information about the size and types of nonprofits in Wisconsin and also looks at, among other things, the average breakdown of funding sources for the major NTEE designations.

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