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The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center | Funded by the Foellinger Foundation and Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne - The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center enriches the Allen County community by strengthening nonprofits through nonprofit resources, training, and engagement.

  • https://pcnrc.org/our-mission/ About Us | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Our Mission The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center enriches the Allen County community by strengthening nonprofits. Our Vision That the Allen County social sector is strong, comprised of high performing nonprofit organizations and individuals committed to community engagement. Our Partners We are supported by a grant from the Foellinger Foundation and funds from the Paul…
  • https://pcnrc.org/our-mission/who-we-are/ Who We Are | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - STAFF: Our Coordinator Marilynn Fauth has coordinated our programs and services since 2001.  She has more than thirty years of experience as a grantwriter, 20 as a proposal reviewer and 16 as an Executive Director of a grassroots nonprofit. All of which means that her answers to your inquiries are based on understanding and having been in your…
  • https://pcnrc.org/our-mission/faqs/ FAQs | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Questions? Ask here! How do I register for events? What do I need to bring to events and programs? Where can I park and how much does it cost? How do I start a Nonprofit? How do I schedule a private consultation? Does PCNRC travel to give workshops? Can I check the books out? Where…
  • https://pcnrc.org/our-mission/our-history/ Our History | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - The Evolution of the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center Colleen Benninghoff, a dedicated fundraiser and grant writer, and Barbara Burt were instrumental in initiating the Allen County Public Library becoming a member of the Foundation Center’s Cooperating Collection Network. 1982 August – Allen County Public Library (ACPL) requests application to become a Cooperating Collection of…
  • https://pcnrc.org/how-can-we-help/ What We Do | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center provides information and resources to nonprofits in Northeast Indiana. How can nonprofit employees or volunteers use the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center? Sign up for Grant Basics I and II classes Register for a Special Program or Workshop Schedule a Consultation Schedule a Board Retreat Sign up for our…
  • https://pcnrc.org/how-can-we-help/pastprograms/ Past Program Materials | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Board Development Parliamentary Procedure: Because Robert Said So!* Board Evaluation* Board Tools and Resources* Committees and Advisory Boards* Consent Agenda* Engaging Emerging Leaders as Board Members* Executive Transitions* Founder’s Syndrome* Recruiting & Orienting Board Members* Smart Stewardship with Peter Brinckerhoff Communications,  Marketing, and Social Media E-newsletters* Facebook for Nonprofits Flickr for Nonprofits Google Tools for Nonprofits Happily Ever…
  • https://pcnrc.org/how-can-we-help/resources/ Resources | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Local Resources 2014 Indiana Association of United Ways ALICE Report 2014 Northern Indiana Salary Survey 2013 Capital Campaign Survey 2010 Allen County Census Profile Center for Congregations Community Health Resource Directory Elected Officials Foundations Media List Northeast Indiana Consultant List Online Community Calendars Professional Development and Service for Nonprofits Service Organizations Tools for Nonprofits The…
  • https://pcnrc.org/how-can-we-help/grant-seeking-and-proposal-writing/ Grant Seeking & Proposal Writing | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - 990 Training Demystifying the 990PF The Foundation Center’s free online tutorial demystifies the information on a 990PF for nonprofit grant seekers. "How to Read the New 990" The Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York offers this detailed online explanation of to answer such questions as, "What Can You Tell from Net Assets?" 990 Access The Foundation Center's 990 Finder…
  • https://pcnrc.org/sign-up/ Sign Up | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Sign up for events: PCNRC Event Calendar View & register to attend upcoming workshops & programs. 2016 program schedule coming soon. Sign up to receive emails: PCNRC Newsletter & Grant Alerts Receive our monthly email newsletter to learn about other area nonprofit resources, classes and trainings. Sign up for our grant alerts and receive email…
  • https://pcnrc.org/links/ Links | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Fundraising links Association of Fundraising Professionals - Northeast Indiana Chapter Local affiliate of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Attend monthly educational luncheons for a fee. Network for Good Free fundraising training and resources on best practices. Subscription e-newsletter offers timely tips. Introduction to  Development and Fundraising From Idealist.org, an introduction to nonprofit finance and fundraising,…
  • https://pcnrc.org/links/nonprofit-job-opportunities/ Nonprofit Job Opportunities | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - The Nonprofit Job Opportunities page offers Northeast Indiana nonprofit organizations the opportunity to post their employment opportunities in one place. To submit your employment opportunity, email it to [email protected]  It MUST include the job description, application instructions and contact information. We will provide a link to the document here or to your agency's website posting. Job links will remain active for four…
  • https://pcnrc.org/links/statistics-data-and-other-resources-2/ Statistics, Data, and Other Resources | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Finding quantitative data is essential for proposal writing. Below are links to creditable sources for statistical and data resources. Local Sources IPFW   (Including Allen County Census Profile) City of Fort Wayne Visit Fort Wayne Great Kids Allen County State Sources STATS Indiana Incontext State Data Center IndianaMap Serve Indiana Indiana K-12 School Data Kids…
  • https://pcnrc.org/links/board-development/ Board Development | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Blue Avocado / Board Café Board Café is a electronic newsletter for and about nonprofit boards. Short enough to read over a cup of coffee, the column appears regularly in Blue Avocado, the online magazine for people who work and volunteer in the nonprofit sector. New Board Café articles can be read on the Blue…
  • https://pcnrc.org/links/starting-a-nonprofit/ Starting a Nonprofit | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Resources for Starting a Nonprofit We can help, schedule a free, one-on-one consultation on Starting a Nonprofit which covers: The nature of nonprofit work Discover the questions you need to ask yourself Discuss Best Practices & Requirements Get questions answered confidentially Learn about other Nonprofit Resources to get you started Call at 421-1238 or email [email protected]
  • https://pcnrc.org/get-on-board/ Get on Board | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Welcome Our goal is to train, connect, and support emerging leaders and the nonprofits they wish to serve.   Get on Board is a project of the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center with grant support provided by Foellinger Foundation.
  • https://pcnrc.org/get-on-board/connect/ Connect | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - DATABASE DIRECTORY Connect with local nonprofits in our online database directory – found HERE. Search a nonprofit’s contact information, mission statement, programs and services offered, and more. Seeking a position on a board? Find Allen County nonprofits that are recruiting. GET CONNECTED An evening meet and greet event for emerging leaders to connect with nonprofit professionals. Emerging…
  • https://pcnrc.org/get-on-board/support/ Support | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - GOVERNANCE BY THE GLASS Join a group of your nonprofit professional peers to discuss governance topics in a social setting. Upcoming: Wednesday October 5th, 2016 from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm at Summit City Brewerks Register here. Event is free to you. STEWARDSHIP LUNCHES Emerging leaders and Foellinger Stewardship Award Nominees/Recipients are invited to meet for lunch. Participating…
  • https://pcnrc.org/get-on-board/train/ Train | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - ALL ABOARD Mini sessions to help nonprofits recruit, retain, and engage a new generation of board members. Board members and Executive Directors work together in this program. Upcoming: TBD BOARD BOOT CAMPS Two-part workshops about board service for emerging leaders or new board members.  Board Boot Camp covers basics of the nonprofit sector, responsibilities as a board member,…
  • https://pcnrc.org/get-on-board/blf/ #BLF14 | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Welcome BoardSource 2014 Board Leadership Forum attendees! Get on Board supporting documents About the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center "Local Library or Management Services Organization" by Jean Butzen, Stanford Social Innovation Review About the Foellinger Foundation Link to more information on Foellinger Foundation's Stewardship Awards Board Leadership Forum 2014 reviews Introduction to Nonprofit Debt #1…
  • https://pcnrc.org/nonprofit-video-library/ Local Nonprofits | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Check out the local nonprofit Public Service Announcement videos - many made by Access Fort Wayne at no charge to the organization. Want to make a PSA the easy way? Work with Access Fort Wayne. See Nonprofit PSA Fundamentals and ask us for more information. Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - produced and edited by Access…
  • https://pcnrc.org/nonprofit-video-library/directory/ Directory | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Local Nonprofit Database Directory The directory is a database of local nonprofits (Allen County, Indiana). Search Nonprofit Organizations   *Local Nonprofit Database Directory is supported by a grant from Foellinger Foundation. 
  • https://pcnrc.org/nonprofit-video-library/make-a-free-nonprofit-psa/ Make a Free Nonprofit PSA | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Nonprofit PSA Fundamentals The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center has teamed up with Access Fort Wayne (AFW) to help Northeast Indiana nonprofits create short, quality videos that you can share online, embed in electronic newsletters, and more. Follow these links to learn more. Once you’ve read through the PSA notes, the sample script and viewed…
  • https://pcnrc.org/2016/10/25/job-opportunity-habitat-for-humanity-director-of-operations/ Job Opportunity – Habitat for Humanity Director of Operations | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - Director of Operations This position is responsible for overseeing all of Habitat’s ReStore and construction operations. This position requires an organized, business-minded individual able to manage strategies and take on multiple projects at one time. Adaptability to an ever-changing work environment with a varied demographic of people will enable success in the role. Habitat for…
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  • https://pcnrc.org/2016/10/14/not-feelin-it/ Not Feelin’ It | The Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center - A Fundraiser’s Journey Kelly Updike for PCNRC There very nearly was not an October Fundraiser’s Journey blog post. I’ve had writer’s block before but this was Gibraltar. Completely out of options, I asked a superb fundraiser if she had some ideas for you. She was totally jazzed by the question and surprised me with her…

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  • Gayle Rajchel - Wrong size threads

    The description for this antenna specifically states it is for an 09 Acadia, however the thread size on the vehicle is a METRIC one (M6 x 1.0). The part I received has two sizes of STANDARD threads. After contacting the seller, CravenSpeed, they resolved this issue politely and promptly. They are sending the part I need free of charge.

  • MeadowlarkMT - Didn't work correctly

    I ordered this to listen to audio books while I'm walking. It was comfortable, but unless I had my phone within about a foot of the headset it would cut out and skip.I couldn't even put my phone in my back pocket. I don't want to wear my phone in an arm band and shouldn't have to. It was missing the case when I received it so maybe it had been a prior return but I wasn't willing to exchange it, I just sent it back for a refund.

  • Liza - First time using it...eh

    I rated it 3 stars for "It's ok" because there are shows here. I am just now trying this for the first time. I tried watching the PILOT to Almost Human...and I can't get through it. The video keeps switching from average picture and sound quality, to low picture and sound quality. I searched reviews to see if anyone else was having this problem, and decided to leave a review of my own. My mom bought this...again, I am rating off of my very first use. I will keep looking into it. Also, my mom was watching football with this and her video kept freezing, and buffering. Her max laptop speed is about 1.6 GHz (which isn't very fast for technology these days)...so if you have a slow comp..I do NOT recommend. I think best performance would be on a 2.0 GHz or higher (mine is 1.9 GHz). Ok, another thing...I was told this thing could get channels & shows from all over the world, and I LOVE my Korean Dramas...but I can't find them. Anyway I will keep looking into this, and see if it gets better :).....or worse :/

  • Robert L. Bluford - Easier for New Developers

    I'm a new developer to Access and find that Access 2010 makes doing more complex things (forms, switchboards, etc.) much easier. I always like how easily Microsoft made it in this version to publish Web Databases to any Sharepoint Server providers.