October 5, 2016 – BRAVO! MVNC was recognized at the Better Business Bureau’s International Assembly. It was an honor to highlight how our Dayton, OH partner agencies have worked together to connect nonprofit organizations with resources and relationships. See more here!
Sept, 2016 – The Firespring Foundation is offering marketing technology grants to Ohio nonprofits making a difference. Grant funds can be applied toward website and online marketing services. Nominations being accepted through October 14th; nonprofits may nominate themselves! Check it out here – http://www.firespringfoundation.org/ohio/
Spring, 2016 – The Miami Valley Nonprofit Collaborative launches “Care2Share Miami Valley?”: Have an asset to share with your nonprofit community? Extra supplies you don’t need? A free service you are willing to offer? A partnership you would like to develop? Email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll share it with area nonprofits through our monthly eblasts and Facebook page. In return, let our community know of something you need and we’ll help you ask for assistance!
January 12, 2016 – IRS withdraws donation substantiation proposal (Independent Sector):
After push back from the charitable sector as well as from a number of lawmakers, the Internal Revenue Service today withdrew a rule proposed in September to create an alternative method of substantiating charitable donations of $250 or more. The proposed rule, an alternative to the “contemporaneous written acknowledgement” requirement, would have enabled charities to file a new information return each year, listing donors who gave contributions of more than $250 along with their taxpayer identification numbers or Social Security numbers. Nonprofit organizations expressed concern about the risks involved with collection of Social Security numbers and submitted thousands of public comments in opposition to the proposal. Additionally, legislation was introduced in both chambers of Congress to limit or block the proposal.
January 6, 2016 – The Dayton Foundation announces the launch of its Greenlight Grants program for not-for-profit organizations. Greenlight Grants are small, quick grants to help fund special projects, program expansions, capital improvements or capacity building. Four competitive grant cycles will be held each year to fund projects, based on available funding, from $500 to $7,500. Because it’s a quick award process, all grants will be announced within two weeks after the deadlines. The deadline for the first grant cycle is March 1, 2016. Full eligibility requirements, guidelines and application are available online at The Dayton Foundation Greenlight Grants or by contacting Michelle Brown, program officer, at (937) 225-9965 or email@example.com.
May 29, 2015 – SCORE Dayton’s Nonprofit Team wins district SCORE “Spirit Award” for their nonprofit workshops. If you have not attended these high quality sessions, we highly encourage you to catch them at their next season this fall. For more information, visit SCORE Non-Profit Workshops
June 5, 2015 – Our local Big Brothers Big Sisters organization wins the Agency of the Year Award! BBBS Miami Valley SMAA Agency of the Year!