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YNPN Southern Nevada
P.O. Box 2314
Las Vegas, NV 89125

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  • commented 2017-03-16 14:00:20 -0700
    Hi Shauna,

    My name is Jill Serin and I am wondering if you might be interested in speaking with me about the possibility of putting together a fundraising art auction for mid May.


    (Lead time is roughly 4 weeks as your job is PLACE and PEOPLE).


    Below is a summary of what we do and how we do it.


    Of course, I invite you to visit our website for additional info.


    www.azaleafundraisingauctions.com



    The art auction is EASY, ELEGANT, FUN TO PLAN AND ATTEND .


    A good part of your responsibility will be PLACE AND PEOPLE . It has a short time line and is a perfect way to attract your surrounding community .


    We don’t charge a thing to come and work with our groups.


    We bring art for every taste and budget including a collection of sports and music memorabilia, all beautifully matted and framed, hand-picked for your audience.


    There will be an affordable collection as well as an important Collectors Corner for those who have been buying art for years and years.


    We print all your color invites and tickets ( free of charge) AND supply an auctioneer who will educate and entertain all evening long.


    I am a hand holder and will walk you through from start to finish. When my name is on an event, I make sure it’s a success!


    We even offer an opportunity to showcase your own local student artists!



    HOW THE EVENING GOES


    Everyone arrives and for the first hour, will eat, drink, socialize and preview the collection we have set up around the perimeter of the room.

    Chairs are set up theater style. After the hour is up, the auctioneer will spend 10 minutes educating the audience, letting them know what they can expect and then get right into a “live” auction – with everyone on the edge of their seat waiting for their choice to come up on the easel.


    The works are affordable, with 140 of the 170 pieces we bring opening between $50 – $300, honestly because that’s what sells best.


    The art auction is a great way to attract your community, won’t cost you a thing to do – (except some finger food) AND won’t tie up your busy members for months – taking them away from family and career responsibilities.



    A good part of your responsibility will be PLACE AND PEOPLE .


    We bring art for every taste and budget – including an extensive collection of sports and music memorabilia.



    We provide a collection of art, all beautifully matted and framed, hand-picked for your audience.


    There will be an affordable collection as well as an important Collectors Corner for those who have been buying art for years and years.


    We print all your color invites and tickets ( free of charge) AND supply an auctioneer who will educate and entertain all evening long.




    SOME IDEAS OTHERS HAVE DONE THAT YOU MAY LIKE


    SCHEDULE A WINE TASTING Contact a local vintner/winery to see if they might donate a few cases of various wines in return for the opportunity to sell their wares at the event. A wine tasting can be simple – just 5 or 6 different wines and most vintners have a prepared program.


    INVOLVE YOUR STUDENT ARTISTS Collect artwork created by your own student artists (we suggest collective class projects) /artists (some animal shelters involved pets in creating artwork!), we will frame (free of charge), as many as 8 items to be auctioned with all proceeds retained by your organization.


    HOST A TASTE OF THE AREA, soliciting local restaurants for a specialty dish (offer to provide them with a full page ad within our catalog) to promote their restaurant.


    INVITE YOUR OWN TALENTED who play string instruments and a pianist to play chamber music throughout your preview. (invite parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles)


    I have worked with churches, schools, synagogues, Rotary, Junior league, Exchange Club, Chamber of Commerce, Knights of Columbus, Kiwanis, Lions – even the military – whose officers spouses clubs love the event.


    They have been done in church social halls, hotels, community centers, hospital lobbies, large realty offices, the conference room of a law office when working with our CASA groups, public libraries, country clubs, city clubs, theaters, the atrium of an office building, even someone’s 10,000 Sq. Ft. home!



    Read on for a summary of the ways you earn money


    I never want my chair people to have unrealistic goals.

    You will never put a new wing on the building when you do an art auction, but if you take advantage of every component we offer, you can walk away with a respectable amount of money for the time and energy you put into it.


    We print – free of charge, all printed material; tickets and/or color invitations as well as the catalogs for your event .



    1. Admission is all yours.


    I have groups that take my advice and charge a good amount of money at the door. It’s all your money, I am not interested in the monetary value. For me it represents a body at the door the evening of the event.



    I encourage an admission price of at least $10 per person. Doing so will encourage attendance, not just a ticket sold and you never see them in your audience!



    I also encourage setting an “in advance” price and raising it substantially “at the door.” Make it worth their while to pre-purchase their tickets!



    • TIP TO INCREASE MONEY EARNED: Offer PATRON/SPONSOR OF THE ARTS OPPORTUNITIES.



    PICASSO LEVEL, RENOIR LEVEL ETC. Charge a bit more for those who want to take advantage of this and we will print their names on all printed material and in the catalog we provide for every bidder number.




    2. We donate art work


    We donate 2 works of art for raffles. All monies stay with you. Offer an EARLY BIRD INCENTIVE. If tickets are purchased before the cut off date, toss in 5 FREE raffle tickets for one of the donated works of art.


    Not only will they attend the event for the discounted price, they’ll have an opportunity to win a beautifully matted and framed piece of art!



    • TIP TO INCREASE MONEY EARNED: Secure a work of art from a “famous” local artist and sell raffle tickets for that as well.





    3. Ad Book
    We will reproduce and include any ads you collect in our catalog the evening of the event . We do not charge a thing for paper or ink and you get to keep all the money! I have a group that spends 3 months and 20 committee members selling ads – but earns close to $17,000 from their ad book alone!



    Already collect ads for another event? Take them anyway and don’t charge. But… still leave 6 complimentary tickets to come to the event. We will not charge you for paper or ink and you will create a ton of good will in your community!



    • TIP TO INCREASE MONEY EARNED: Offer 6 complimentary tickets to the event for every ad purchased.You will put unfamiliar faces in the room – always good when you’re fundraising!





    4.Sliding scale percentage



    A sliding scale percentage of whatever art is sold at the auction, beginning with 20%, 25% , 30% and 35% of the gross sales – in increments of $ 7,000

    5. Donated items


    Our auctioneer will be glad to auction “live” up to 10 items (must have a value of $300 or more) you collect, vacations, dinner certificates, golf packages, etc.


    All the money earned stays with you. You can display as many silent auction items as you want.



    • TIP TO INCREASE MONEY EARNED: Contact a local art school and obtain free art lessons, keeping with the “art” theme of the event.



    This usually fetches a pretty penny. Everyone has a “secret artist” inside of them.



    6. Art With A Heart


    Contact your local art teachers and ask them to do up to 10 class projects. Any medium – (finger paint, oil, watercolor,acrylic, etc)


    Ship them to us in a tube and we’ll custom matt and frame them, bring them back with us and make them part of the auction that night.

    The goal is to have 16- 25 sets of parents all standing on chairs, all bidding for that same family heirloom!


    Any money realized from student art goes back to you.



    • TIP TO INCREASE MONEY EARNED: Secure some unpainted wood furniture, rocking chairs, toy chests, coffee tables, etc. and have those same students decorate them as a premier piece and we’ll auction those off as well.




    A lot of energy and passion goes into your art auction before we set foot in your community. Art is bought specifically for your audience and the same collection does not fly everywhere. We can include Rolling Stones , Paul McCartney and Eagles signed guitars, signed Phil Mickelson and Jack Nicklaus golf memorabilia as well as other important names from the sports world.



    Attendance is key, the more people attending, the more art is sold, the more money earned.



    QUESTIONS I KNOW WILL COME UP



    What is the typical total time frame for the auction event?


    Figure a total of 3 hours for the actual event plus an hour for set up and breakdown.



    What volunteers do we have to provide?


    We will need 6 people to help with set up (it takes an hour) and break down ( less than an hour, hopefully we will be putting less back on the truck than what we took off!)
    2 people to sit at the registration table, 3 cashiers to take the money from art sales and 3 runners who will work with our display manager during the “live” auction part of the evening – bringing sold art to the sold area and replacing it with the next auction piece up for bid.



    What is the price of the art in the collection?


    The average piece of art that sells is somewhere between $185 – $225.


    We always include a small higher priced collection (between 10 -15 pieces) for Collectors.



    You will have people coming in and buying nothing – and you may have a person who has been buying art for years and years .
    There will be something for everyone.



    What do we need to have on site to set up for the auction.


    You will need 20-25 long 6 (or 8) foot tables set up around the perimeter of the room, 125 chairs set up theater style, ample lighting and good parking.

    Let me know if you feel there might be some interest.





    Jill Serin, Auction Coordinator

    Azalea Fundraising Auctions

    Direct 631.889.4635

    loveartj7@optonline.net

    www.azaleafundraisingauctions.com
  • commented 2017-02-14 11:45:38 -0800
    Hello,


    My name is Amanda Solomon and I serve as the Education Director for the Nevada Regional Anti-Defamation League office, located in Las Vegas. I wanted to share an exciting opportunity that I believe would be of interest to your members. On Sunday, April 30th our office will be hosting the first WALK Against Hate in Springs Preserve.I am sharing the link WALK website with you, so that you can explore more about the event. It would be wonderful to have your members form a team. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.


    Best,

    Amanda


    WALK website: http://www.walkagainsthatelv.com/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1169136
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  • commented 2016-10-17 14:10:54 -0700
    Hello!


    I am writing on behalf of The Atlantic magazine. This Wednesday, in time for the presidential debate, The Atlantic’s editors are coming to Vegas to host a few events, including a debate watch party happy hour.


    Confronting the Skills Gap: Defining the New Nevada – http://www.theatlantic.com/live/events/na-defining-the-new-nevada/2016/

    This afternoon summit will gather policy makers, educators, employers and influencers to frame our nation’s agenda on education and workforce development. The Atlantic’s editors will lead these conversations that will help us to frame the platforms of both presidential candidates.


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    Immediately following our event on workforce, we’ll gather to discuss and analyze all of the presidential debates to date. Our editors will help us prepare for the final debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, thus concluding one of the most unconventional campaign trails to the White House.


    We’ll meet at The Venue Las Vegas (750 E. Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101) at 2:00 pm PT to begin our day’s program. We’d be delighted to welcome all YNPN members along with your friends and colleagues. If you would like to RSVP or need more information, please email me directly at sjoseph@theatlantic.com. Thank you!


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    sjoseph@theatlantic.com
  • commented 2016-08-22 12:44:21 -0700
    I am the Program Director for Spread the Word Nevada. We have two job opening. Would you be able to post them for your members to see? The positions are: Books and Buddies Site Manager and Breakfast/Snack Time with Books Program Facilitator. They are also postedon our web site: SpreadtheWordNevada.org

    Thank you!
  • commented 2016-08-05 17:17:25 -0700
    Scion Executive Search has been retained to lead the search for a full-time Executive Director for the Walker Basin Conservancy, a Nevada-based nonprofit conservation organization. This exciting position leads an expanding conservation organization in fulfilling its mission to preserve Walker Lake by protecting and conserving watershed resources throughout the Walker River Basin.


    This impactful role will have the opportunity to help shape and execute the future of the organization’s growth both strategically and operationally. We are seeking an entrepreneurial leader experienced in establishing, leading and directing successful organizations with ability to lead this organization in acquiring and managing land, water and related property interests; managing public conservation partnerships; and exuding a great passion for the work of the Walker Basin Conservancy.


    This full-time role is located onsite in the organization’s Reno, Nevada office and will require regular travel to its Yerington, Nevada office as well as other locations in Nevada and out of state when necessary.


    THE ORGANIZATION

    The Walker Basin Conservancy (WBC) was established in 2014 with a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to support development and implementation of the Walker Basin Restoration Program (Program) (www.walkerprogram.org). The nascent and dynamic nature of the WBC and its diverse management obligations provide unique opportunities to develop operations from the ground level up, working closely with NFWF and WBC staff who are passionate about their mission.


    The WBC was initially established to assist NFWF with land and water stewardship activities on properties acquired by or associated with the Program. The WBC on behalf of NFWF currently manages thousands of acres of land and assets in the Walker Basin. Planning activities are also underway for all acquired properties to assess public use opportunities, conservation values, long term land ownership and stewardship, and revegetation and restoration needs. The role and scope of the WBC continues to expand, and under the new Executive Director it is anticipated that the organization will soon take on the full spectrum of Program implementation responsibilities.


    THE POSITION

    Reporting to the Board of Directors (Board), the Executive Director will lead the WBC in implementing a comprehensive strategy to refine and strengthen its mission. The Executive Director will work directly with key NFWF staff to ensure appropriate alignment with the Program and the guiding legislation. The Executive Director will be tasked with ensuring that the WBC achieves its mission through effective implementation of its strategy, with overall responsibility and accountability for all Program areas. The Executive Director will lead high performing staff and the Board to effectively leverage the power of relationships across private, public and corporate sectors to strengthen existing and develop new sources of funding. The Executive Director will be responsive and nimble, responding quickly to opportunities and changing circumstances.


    PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


    Strategy, Vision and Leadership


    • Lead the WBC in implementing a comprehensive strategy that results in a broadened organization that is operating efficiently and effectively in its core stewardship role, while strategically taking on additional Program functions.

    • Work closely with the Board to insure effective implementation of the Program strategy and WBC operations as a whole. Ensure there are clear lines of communication and appropriate delegation of authority.

    • Run and manage all Board meetings and Board communications. It is anticipated that the Board will be expanded and the Executive Director would be tasked with its growth and relationships.

    • Act as the leading face and voice of the WBC and enhance, develop, recommend and implement policies, procedures, and systems that improve the overall operation and effectiveness of WBC.


    Administrative, Personnel and Legal Management


    • Promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and a commitment to quality.

    • Manage a team of up to fifteen staff members in two locations and oversee all personnel matters and the efficient, secure and effective day-to-day operation of the organization.

    • Create systems that encourage innovative thinking among staff and Board and provide direct avenues for receiving their feedback, suggestions and instructions.

    • Work closely with the Board to identify and evaluate risks to the organization’s staff, volunteers, property, finances, goodwill and image; implement measures to control these risks, working with Program counsel, insurance agents and auditors as the need arises.

    • Mentor and develop staff using a supportive and collaborative approach; assign accountabilities; set objectives; establish priorities; and monitor and evaluate results.

    • Manage key consultants to assist in overall Program implementation including legal and technical services.


    Program and Staff Development


    • Work with staff on property plans and long-term vision of WBC. Develop strategies for land stewardship, ownership, management and disposition of assets to reduce WBC’s long term funding commitments and liabilities.

    • Collaborate with staff and the Board to develop clear annual plans focused on WBC’s mission and current strategic plan.

    • Work with staff to ensure programs are getting the support they need and implemented in a coordinated and clear manner.

    • Provide feedback and guidance on Program vision and participate in Program events as needed.

    • Work with Program directors to develop their managerial and leadership skills through direct mentorship and by promoting continuing education.

    • Provide oversight to ensure successful implementation and completion of plans.

    • Provide oversight and direction with Human Resources on policy development and ongoing staff recruitment.


    Outreach


    • Establish and maintain good working relationships and collaborative agreements with agencies, community groups, funders and other organizations in the Walker Basin, across the eastern Sierra region, and at both state and national levels to help achieve the goals of the organization.

    • Work with diverse stakeholder groups including local agricultural partners, community members, elected officials, public agencies, community and grassroots leaders, business executives, academic thinkers, and media to advance WBC’s mission.

    • Oversee the development of communications materials and strategies related to WBC and the Program.


    Fundraising and Donor Engagement


    • Leverage existing Program funds by developing a comprehensive fundraising strategy that includes major donors, foundation and government grants, corporate sponsorships, partnership investments, and other financial opportunities.

    • Strategically diversify organizational funding over time through development and implementation of new fundraising strategies.


    Financial and Operational Management


    • Work closely with the Director of Finance and Operations to ensure proper financial reporting/controls, legal compliance and HR management of the organization.

    • Work with Director of Finance and Operations to provide financial reports as requested by the Board.

    • Work with the Director of Finance and Operations to develop annual and long term budgets, refine costs and identify opportunities to more efficiently run operations.

    • Oversee audits, funding proposals, cash advance requests, subawards, contracting, procurement and all other WBC financial matters with an emphasis on Federal funds.


    QUALIFICATIONS


    • 6-10 years in senior nonprofit leadership and supervisory roles with progressively increasing responsibility and impact, in areas including responsibility for developing and executing business plans and successfully implementing new projects and/or growing existing major projects.

    • Bachelor’s degree in applicable field and MBA, Master’s degree or equivalent preferred.

    • Ability to lead an organization and team making land and water acquisitions, managing and stewarding those resources, and managing public conservation partnerships with particular emphasis on local agriculture and farming.

    • Highly independent, proactive and entrepreneurial leader with experience in building, managing, and growing a “startup” organization.

    • Prior experience in conservation or a passion for WBC’s mission and helping local water challenged regions, and the acquisition and management of properties preferred.

    • Previous experience with financial management, with a preference for experience managing federal funds.

    • Strong oral and written communication skills.

    • Mediation and negotiation experience is a plus.

    • Excellent computer skills and proficient in Excel, Word, Outlook, and Access.

    • Team player with a strong work ethic and a desire for new challenges.

    • Superior management skills; ability to influence and engage direct and indirect reports and peers.

    • Proven track record of success facilitating progressive organizational change and development within a growing organization.

    • Previous experience with real property transactions for conservation purposes a plus.

    • Ability to work in a remote region.


    COMPENSATION


    This exciting position offers the opportunity to lead an expanding organization with an enthusiastic and experienced team of program, operations, and conservation professionals and offers a competitive starting base salary between $125-150k depending on experience. Also included are comprehensive benefits including: a full health package of medical, dental, vision, generous paid leave, retirement plans, and a wonderful working atmosphere, flex scheduling, promotion of work/life balance, and a job and mission that will inspire you.


    Equal Opportunity Statement – Walker Basin Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer. WBC does not discriminate against any employee, applicant, director, officer, contractor, or any other person with whom it deals because of race, creed, color, disability, age, sex, veteran status, religion or political affiliation. WBC complies with all federal and local statutes prohibiting discrimination in employment.


    TO APPLY


    For immediate consideration please send your resume, letter of interest, and salary requirements to executive@scionstaffing.com, using the subject title: ‘Executive Director – WBC’. All questions regarding this search should be directed to Scion Executive Search.


    ABOUT OUR FIRM


    Scion Executive Search is a retained executive search firm connecting executive nonprofit leadership to nonprofit organizations and foundations across the country. Cultivated in the nonprofit sector, we provide expert search strategies and leadership for your organization. Our executive candidates are true agents for change, and we are experts at matching their talents, motivations, and passions to your organization’s mission. Scion Executive Search has led hundreds of successful executive searches. Information about our firm and successes can be found online at www.scionexecutivesearch.com.


    Scion Executive Search is an equal opportunity service provider committed to not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, political affiliation or belief. Scion Executive Search is committed to the principals of Equal Opportunity Employment and is dedicated to making employment decisions based on merit and value, for ourselves, our client companies, and for the candidates we represent.


    Disclaimer – The statements contained herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work to be performed by the employees in these positions. The statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of a person in each position. Other responsibilities, duties, and skills may be assigned and management retains the right to add or change the responsibilities, duties, and skills at any time.
  • commented 2016-07-08 10:59:49 -0700
    To Whom It May Concern:


    I hope this message finds you well!


    I am writing discuss an opportunity for a paid English Teaching Fellowship through a non-profit organization called Atlas Corps.


    Atlas Corps brings social change leaders from across the world to the U.S. to serve at major non-profit Host Organizations like World Wildlife Fund, The Malala Foundation and Oxfam amongst many others. It’s been nicknamed the “reverse Peace Corps.” So far Atlas Corps has engaged over 500 Fellows from 75 countries in 150 Host Organizations!


    We are also partnering with 2 organizations in Colombia and the Colombian Ministry of Education to recruit candidates for a paid English Teaching Fellowship throughout 2017, and I think this opportunity could be very much of interest to those in the YNPN Southern Nevada network.


    Could you connect me with a listserv/newsletter through your organization?


    Thank you so much in advance for your time and consideration!


    Best,

    Nick Cortina
  • commented 2016-02-28 03:37:29 -0800
    Greetings,

    The Philantrepreneur Foundation serves the nonprofit and social enterprise sectors with education and professional services to build capacity. Founded by Dr. Victoria Boyd, known for her extensive work in the nonprofit sector and UNLV Nonprofit Management instructor, her vision for the future is huge. We invite young professionals to explore our WHY and consider joining us on this journey. We are seeking highly motivated Board and Advisory Board members as well as committee members for our Philantrepreneur Campus Center Capital Campaign. To much to discuss here but please visit our website then give us a call if you have questions or want more insight. www.PhilantrepreneurFoundation.org
  • commented 2016-02-19 16:35:52 -0800
    I received a notice to pay my dues, but I cannot any tabs on the member site to pay only see “donate”. Please let me know how much I owe and where i can make the payment.

    Thanks,

    Angela Brooks
  • commented 2015-11-09 12:06:20 -0800
    Hi I am the ED of Create a Change Now and we are looking to hire a Program Manager for our Organization!


    Stacy Wedding stated this would be a great area to post the position!


    Can someone reach out to me via phone or email to tell me how do I do so!


    Thank you,

    Melissa
  • commented 2015-09-04 11:18:10 -0700
    For the past four years, Joan Garry has taught at the Annenberg School for Communications at the University of Pennsylvania, introducing seniors to the world of nonprofit media.


    This semester, teams of my students were linked to Philadelphia nonprofits, playing a role that was something north of intern and south of consultant. The students worked closely with the communications staff of each organization to help untie different strategic communications knots. http://www.joangarry.com/young-people-are-very-smart/


    Ralph J. Stalter, Jr.

    Chief Cultural Provocateur

    Southern Nevada Arts Consortium (SNAC)

    Cell: (646) 522-9672

    http://www.linkedin.com/in/ralphstalter
  • commented 2015-07-17 15:49:36 -0700
    Join us next Tuesday evening for an arts-infused gathering at which the Southern NV Arts and Cultural community begins to envision its ideal future and identifies creative, collaborative tactics to get there!


    Connect with a diverse group of artists, philanthropists, educators, business leaders, organizers, and community members to imagine what our neighborhoods might look like in the future, when art’s transformative power has been fully integrated into all aspects of public life!


    http://www.eventbrite.com/e/southern-nv-arts-and-cultural-alliance-a-working-title-tickets-17642431989


    Ralph


    Ralph J. Stalter, Jr.

    Producing Director, Nevada Repertory

    Executive Director, Clark County Theatre Center

    www.cctc.org

    Cell: (646) 522-9672

    http://www.linkedin.com/in/ralphstalter
  • commented 2015-06-23 15:21:16 -0700
    Hello from Dallas! I’m on the board of AFP Greater Dallas and am preparing to conduct a focus group for our young professional members. Would you be willing to share any of the materials from the focus group that you conducted last year? I found you through http://www.ynpnsouthernnevada.org/stephanie/ynpn_focus_group, and any help would be greatly appreciated!
  • commented 2015-05-14 17:17:47 -0700
    Dear YNPN Southern Nevada,
    My name is Sarah. I’m working with Partners In Health, a global health and social justice NGO in Boston to help recruit new young professional PIH Engage teams across the country. PIH Engage is the community organizing branch of Partners In Health. We are committed to building the right to health movement by recruiting and training teams of dedicated volunteer community organizers who drive year-long campaigns focused on advancing the right to health. You can learn more about Partners In Health and PIH Engage at www.pih.org and http://act.pih.org/page/content/community-organizing
    As a member of YNPN Boston, I looked right away to YNPN communities elsewhere in my outreach research. Would you be willing to include the language I’ve posted below in a newsletter or email to your members?
    I appreciate your taking the time to consider this opportunity for your community! If you have any questions at all I’m more than happy to help.
    Best regards,
    Sarah Finkel


    For Newsletter:



    Are you interested in global health and social justice? Want to join a network of human rights advocates enthusiastically committed to social change for health equity?


    PIH Engage, a network of grassroots teams advocating the human right to health with Partners In Health, is currently looking for passionate organizers to start a new team in Nevada. As a leader in PIH Engage, you will:

    Build a team of dedicated members

    Contribute to nation-wide advocacy and fundraising campaigns

    Participate in trainings

    Connect with our network of hundreds of grassroots volunteers

    Applications are open now and close on May 31st. Learn more and apply at:


    http://act.pih.org/page/content/community-organizing


    http://act.pih.org/page/s/pih-engage-team-coordinator-application-professionals
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    Best Regards

    Kathy
  • commented 2015-02-02 12:31:52 -0800
    Hi my name Johanna and I’m a casting producer with America’s Got Talent. I would love to speak to anyone in your organizations.


    Johanna “Jo” Mantilla

    Casting Producer

    NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”

    (818) 381-4532


    http://agtauditions.com/


    “Believe in yourself, there are no limits to what you can achieve”
  • commented 2014-11-05 19:39:56 -0800
    Hello, my name is Carl Jefferson, im the CEO of LV Show Tickets LLC, i noticed that your company is having a convention here in Las Vegas. The reason im contacting you is because to see if you or your co- workers were interested in going to any of the Cirque Du Soleil shows at HALF OFF of the box office price!!!. You can check out my website at: www.lvshowticket.net. my number is 702 666 5574.
  • commented 2014-10-14 20:06:42 -0700
    My name is Jill Serin and I would like to introduce a fundraising art auction (maybe along with a wine tasting) to your board for March 2015.


    The art auction is EASY, ELEGANT, CULTURAL and FUN.


    A good part of your responsibility will be PLACE AND PEOPLE .

     

    I coordinate with you and will walk you through every step of the way letting you know what needs to be done and when.   


    I coordinate for 2 art auction teams , www.arinross.com and www.regencyfineart.com .


    I determine which team we choose depending on your time frame and where you are located and will walk you through every step of the way.


    When my name is on it, I make sure it’s a success!


    We don’t charge a thing to come and work with our groups.

    We provide a collection of art, all beautifully matted and framed and hand-picked for your audience.  


    We print all your color invites and tickets (free of charge) AND supply an auctioneer who will educate and entertain all evening long.

       

    SOME IDEAS OTHERS HAVE DONE THAT YOU MAY LIKE


    INVOLVE YOUR STUDENT ARTISTS Collect artwork created by your own student artists (we suggest collective class projects) /artists (some animal shelters involved pets in creating artwork!), we will frame (free of charge), as many as 8 items to be auctioned with all proceeds retained by your organization. 

       

    HOST A TASTE OF THE AREA, soliciting local restaurants for a specialty dish (offer to provide them with a full page ad within our catalog) to promote their restaurant.  


    CONTACT YOUR HIGH SCHOOL BAND OR ORCHESTRA leader, putting you in touch with students who play string instruments and a pianist to play chamber music throughout your preview. (invite parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles)   


    I have worked with churches, schools, synagogues, Rotary, hospital auxiliaries,  Junior league, Exchange Club, Chamber of Commerce, Knights of Columbus, Kiwanis, Lions - even the military – whose officers spouses clubs love the event. 


    They have been done in school auditoriums/cafeterias, church social halls, hotels, community centers, hospital lobbies, large realty offices, the conference room of a law office when working with our CASA  groups, public libraries, country clubs, city clubs,  theaters, the atrium of an office building, even someone’s 10,000 Sq. Ft. home!


    HOW THE EVENING GOES

      

    Everyone arrives and for the first hour, will eat, drink, socialize and preview the collection we have set up around the perimeter of the room. Chairs are set up theater style. After the hour is up, the auctioneer will spend 10 minutes educating the audience, letting them know what they can expect and then get right into a “live” auction – with everyone on the edge of their seat waiting for their choice to come up on the easel.


    The works are affordable, with 140 of the 170 pieces we bring opening between $50 – $300, honestly because that’s what sells best. 

       

    The art auction is a great way to attract your community, won’t cost you a thing to do – (except some finger food) AND won’t tie up your busy volunteers for months – taking them away from family and career responsibilities.


    You make money 6 different ways when you schedule an art auction.


    Let me know your thoughts.  I have a ton of ideas to share with you. 


    Jill Serin, Art Auction Coordinator

    Direct (631) 889-4635

    loveartj7@optonline.net


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