Technical Assistance for Measure 110 Providers and Allies
The Health Justice Recovery Alliance is proud to offer technical assistance and capacity building support free of charge for community-based providers of Measure 110 services! Technical Assistance workshops will take place regularly to support those setting up organizational operations and financial systems as they prepare to absorb Measure 110 funding.
Technical Assistance (TA) is broadly defined as support to help non-profits acquire any specialized service or skill that is not currently resident within their organization, but which it may need in order to operate more effectively or strengthen sustainability. HJRA has created a TA program specifically to support Measure 110 grant recipients, and in-turn, support the effective implementation of Measure 110.
HJRA’s TA consultants specialize in a range of non-profit and government contract experience. TA support can include but is not limited to:
- OHA Grant Reporting
- Gov. Contract Requirements
- Grant Sourcing and Writing
- Board Development
- Fiscal Responsibilities
- Program Development
- Strategic Partnerships
- Strategic Planning
- Organizational Development
- Executive Coaching
- Board Development
- Accounting and setting up Books
- Staffing and Hiring
HJRA’s TA consultants have been utilized by community addiction and recovery support organizations in a variety of areas, including the development of grant reporting, HR policies and procedures, board development, and fundraising and strategic planning, to name a few. Does your organization need one-on-one support? Or do you have suggestions for a future workshop topic? If so, please submit a request email for TA to discuss the unique needs of your organization.
Fund Development 101
Friday, June 2nd, 9:30-11am
No matter how big or small your nonprofit organization is, fundraising is an essential component to your business model. Nonprofit fundraising is the ongoing process of soliciting donations, grants or voluntary funds to help your organization grow and meet the needs of the community you serve. Learn from former non-profit executive, Diana Nuñez, about how to approach fundraising to maintain financial stability and to grow your organization.
Communications 101: Sharing Your Story Effectively
Monday, June 26th, 9:30-11:00am
Join HJRA’s Communications Director, Devon Downeysmith, for an interactive, virtual workshop wherein you’ll learn how to share your organization’s story for maximum impact. We’ll dive into the art of storytelling, sharing tips and tricks to help you reach audiences on a personal, heart level. We’ll share how HJRA has provided communications support to BHRN organizations thus far, and different ways we’re happy to support your communications efforts, whether that be help with content creation, providing your team with media training, and much more. You’ll walk away from this workshop with practical, actionable ideas to help your organization level up its communications game.
Basics of Foundation Fundraising
Tuesday, July 11th, 9:30-11:00am
Foundations represent nearly 20% of all charitable giving and can be a great way for nonprofits to fund their growth. This workshop will address:
- How to find foundations that might be interested in funding your work.
- The key documents you will need when applying to foundations.
- How to write a good foundation proposal.
Meghan O’Brien Lowery is CEO of MegLow Consulting, working with philanthropists and nonprofits to forward impact and change. She also serves as a Director and Partner at the Greenbaum Foundation, with a focus on ending factory farming and reimaging a more sustainable food system.
Alissa Hauser has been a fundraiser and nonprofit director for over 25 years, and is a fiscal sponsor and board member for a variety of charitable organizations. She is currently part of the Constructive Capital Team at Dr. Bronner’s, and oversees grantmaking administration and operations.
Recordings and Materials from Past TA Workshops
Job Descriptions and Hiring Basics
- Presenter Slides
- Supporting Materials
Organizational Budget Development Refresh
Grant Management 101 and How to Track Expenses in Preparation for Grant Reporting
A Practical Guide to the 990 for Nonprofit Leaders
Accounting for Grants and Contracts
*Due to technical difficulties, only part 1 of this workshop was recorded. We apologize for the inconvenience!