Would you like to serve on a Nonprofit Board? Sign up for the Center’s Nonprofit Board Bank. It is a means for introducing people with particular interests and skills to agencies who need them. Your application will be kept on file in a notebook in our office for Nonprofit staff and boards to access when they need new members. Call the office at 940-322-4961 to obtain an application or download one and send it in to our office.
The Center will present trainings for your board or staff on topics of interest to you. The length will be determined by the content and the length of time you have available. An example of a topic of importance to boards is Responsibilities of Board Members. For a limited time, the Center can train your board at your location (within a 60-mile radius of Wichita Falls) at no cost to you. For more information, click here: Briefings for Better Boards.
The Nonprofit Center offers a wide range of management consulting services to help nonprofits develop better management skills and operate more effectively. Consulting services are tailored to each organizations needs, ranging from a bylaws check-up to an organizational assessment.
As a service for our Center Partners the Center offers rental equipment, such as an overhead and a LCD projector. There is no fee for usage of this service for Center Partners. Click here to see available equipment.
It is understood by loaning the equipment, that your organization assumes all financial responsibility for repair or replacement of above listed items at present market value and further indemnifies the Nonprofit Center against any liability resulting from malfunction or misuse.
In addition to having the most up-to-date reference library for Grantwriters in our area the Center is happy to critique grant proposals and work with individuals beginning to write grant proposals.
The Center Staff will also do research for you to find foundations to fund your project. Contact us for more information.
Quarterly the Center offers a workshop Orientation for Grantseekers to help individuals better utilize the resource library in their search for funding. Check the workshop/seminar schedule for dates.
The Center library offers over 1,200 books of interest to nonprofit groups. Anyone can come to the library and read, but only Center Partners can check books and tapes out. Learn more about the library.
The Nonprofit Center offers start-up assistance to groups starting a new nonprofit 501(c)3 agency. A start-up kit with all the necessary forms and materials can be bought from the Center to aid in the process of incorporation.
Held annually since 2002, Teens Make A Difference (TMAD) Day pairs teams of teen volunteers with work projects submitted by nonprofit organizations.
Center seminars and workshops offer numerous topics for board members, volunteers and staff of nonprofit agencies. For more information look at our workshop and seminar schedule. For more information contact us.