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    • 10 Aug 2022
    • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
    • Gillette College -Tech Center
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    Join us in August for networking and updates. 

    August Topic: In addition to networking, I Love WY representatives will present information about their organization. 

    Please RSVP. 



    • 12 Aug 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Highlands Presbyterian Church - 2390 Pattison Ave, Cheyenne
    • 12
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    Creating a Culture of Professionalism

    Presented by: Michelle Woerner

    If you lead a team, you understand the importance of an organization's culture. After all, culture - defined as the way people work together - emerges from the social and psychological environment within your organization and is a key contributor to your organization's effectiveness – and is just as important as knowing how to do your job. Culture can be determined by attitude and commitment to be professional in various encounters with volunteers, donors, clients, and members of our team. This presentation will include guidance on how to lead a team as a professional through all forms of communication.

    Learning Objective: Attendees will walk away with practical tips and examples of how to create a professional culture for their organization.

    Please register by 4:00 PM Thursday, August 11th. 

    If you would like to have a lunch, it is $15. There are menu options when you register. Or, you can just RSVP for no cost.

    When arriving at Highlands Presbyterian Church, please park on the East side of the building.

    • 25 Aug 2022
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • CDC- 2020 E 12th Street
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    Join us for this month's Natrona Nonprofit Networking Event hosted by CDC- 2020 E 12th Street on August 25th from 11:30 - 1:00 P.M.

    August Agenda

    8:00- 8:20 am- Host Chat! w/ Tina Conley, Executive Director of IReach 2 www.ireach2.com

    8:20- 8:30 am-  Coffee, Donuts & Vendor Chat! w/ Chaise Gunter of Unaltered Apparel www.unalteredapparel.com 

    8:30- 9:10 am- Programming TBD

    9:10- 9:30 Networking & Inspirational Moment

    As a reminder, all members of your nonprofit team are welcome to attend (not just director level).  In some programs the group will be divided by leadership, board and staff to ensure a valuable experience for all.  

    If you have any questions or are interested in hosting or presenting at a future Natrona Nonprofit Networking Event, contact Anna:  awilcox@wynonprofit.org or call 307.772.9015.

    • 25 Aug 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Webinar Series

    WHO: Is your nonprofit leasing space or equipment of some kind? If any lease you are under is for a term longer than 12 months, then you are in for A HUGE CHANGE this year in how you account for these leases on your books!

    WHAT: The accounting gods issues an accounting standard that deals with leases (ASU 2016-2 & ASC 842 for the accounting geeks out there).

    The bottom line is, the entire amount of your lease now needs to be booked as a liability on your books with a corresponding “right of use” asset shown as well.

    Making things more complicated, this new liability will need to be recorded as a loan with an imputed interest rate used to record a portion of each monthly lease payment as interest expense.

    Seriously, this represents the biggest change in years in accounting and will have dramatic effects to your financial statements!

    If you are wondering:

    • Does this really affect my little old nonprofit? (Spoiler Alert – yes, it does!)
    • Does this include things like cam charges, maintenance, taxes, etc…?
    • What happens if I end my lease early?
    • Where do I point the monthly rent checks to?
    • Won’t this make my liabilities on my balance sheet look huge now?
    • Will I still show rent expense on my Profit and Loss?
    • What the heck is an imputed interest rate and what rate should I use?
    • And finally…how do I do this in QuickBooks?

    Whether you are a nonprofit bookkeeper, a CPA, or simply doing the books for your nonprofit, you are now required to implement this change in order to be in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles. If you don’t learn this from us, learn it somewhere soon!

    This training is for users of both the Desktop and Online versions of QuickBooks*

    Who Should Attend: This webinar is recommended for accountants, bookkeepers, and executive directors of nonprofit organizations both large and small.

    Prerequisites: Attendees should have a background knowledge of basic accounting principles and at least one year of professional work experience in the accounting/bookkeeping field.

    Cost:

    $59 - Wyoming Nonprofit Network members ($40 off with the coupon code). For the code, see the weekly Member Bulletin, sign into the website member's page, or email members@wynonprofit.org.

    $99 - for not-yet members

    Watch promo video message

    Register Here (members: make sure you have the coupon code)

    CPAs earn 1.5 hours of CPE credit for the live workshop. (In order to be awarded the full credits, you must respond to at least three polling questions per credit asked during the program.)

    • 09 Sep 2022
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Gillette - Technical Education Center, 3251 S. 4-J Rd, Room TEC213

    Topic - Board Training, including:

    • Fundraising 101
    • Board's Role in Fundraising
    • Board Succession Planning

    Presented by: Kari Anderson, Incite Consulting!

    See flyer for more information, including costs

    Register and Pay Here


    • 07 Oct 2022
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Zoom
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    The Psychology of Change: We all have external stressors and relationship stressors that are a big part of the changes that we deal with daily. This is a 1 and ½ hour long presentation that builds awareness of the changes (external stressors) we have dealt with. It also looks at common symptoms of exposure to external stressors and uses group work to develop solutions for preventative and in the moment stress responses. Because changes and conflicts with relationships impacts our stress responses it includes some communication tips to help improve on communication. This presentation requires involvement from participants and uses group work to develop solution focused ideas.

    Presented by Three Trails EFAP Executive Director Jamie Leslie

    This webinar is for members only.



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