The Oseola McCarty Youth Development Center is a volunteer-exclusive organization that addresses the welfare and betterment of underprivileged youth in Hattiesburg through after school programs designed to enrich the social, educational, and physical aspects of development. Mentoring, instruction, and family outreach comprise the methods utilized while striving “to empower youth to win in every area of their lives.”[read more...]
You are invited to join a FREE webinar training on Tuesday, March 25th at 10:00 AM CST.
Tonja and Jimmy Caldwell with Caldwell's Management Services will be conducting a 2-hour webinar titled Record Keeping 101 for Nonprofits.. Non‐profit organizations, like for‐profit ones, need to retain certain records beyond current use needs, according to regulatory, legal, financial, and operational requirements.
In this content driven seminar, participants will learn:
1. The Benefits of Record Keeping
2. How to Create an Organizational Binder containing all the Important Documents your Board needs to have at its Fingertips
3. How to Design and Implement a Workable Filing System
4. How Records Should be Filed and Stored—Hard Copy versus Electronic Copy
5. Record Retention and Destruction Policies and Procedures[...]
Make A Difference Day, created by USA WEEKEND Magazine, is our most encompassing national day of service – a celebration of neighbors helping neighbors. This year Volunteer Hattiesburg has teamed up with R3SM, The Greater Pinebelt Community Foundation, United Way of Southeast Mississippi, The Hattiesburg American, Mississippi Power, and many other community partners to focus on 'Recovering the Pinebelt'.
Starting Sunday, October 20, and culminating on Saturday, October 26, we'll expand "Make A Difference Day" into a week of making a difference. To learn more about the event, and to volunteer and/or donate, follow THIS LINK