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Your Monday Partners eBlast

June 3, 2019

Next Meeting:

Please join us for our next South Sound Partners for Philanthropy
general membership meeting on
Wednesday, June 5
8:30-9:30 am
at Thurston Community Media 


The June meeting will consist of a community media panel with guests from different media organizations representing The Olympian, ThurstonTalk, KAOS Radio and Thurston Community Media. Questions and topics will be about how to better gain media coverage as nonprofits. Be sure to come with questions. 


General membership meetings are typically the first Wednesday of each month.


Do you have an upcoming fundraising event/gala that you want listed on the 
South South Partners for Philanthropy website calendar

Enter your information here and we'll put it up on the website!

 For events, trainings, and job postings displayed in this eBlast, please send the event flyer (in jpg or png format) and "blurb" (if necessary) to:  marketing@celebrategiving.org

Please send information as text or a link to your website, as we can not link external PDF's.



Membership Events and News:

From YWCA (Cherie Reeves-Sperr)
Mission Impact
Tuesday, June 4


From SPSCC Foundation (Shannon Glenn)
Clipper Crawl
Thursday, June 6

Thursday, June 6, 2019
5:30-8:30 pm
Olympia Country and Golf Club
Join us for beer, live music, games, and swag to support SPSCC student success!
$25 for 5 tastes, plus a commemorative mug
$10 for designated driver
Food and additional drinks available for purchase
Must be 21+ to attend


From United Way of Thurston County (Mike Leonard)
Day of Caring
Friday, September 27

United Way of Thurston County would like to invite you to register your non-profit organization for Day of Caring! Day of Caring 2019 is on Friday, September 27. Project registration has been extended until June 7. Once you have solidified your project idea, register it here: https://www.unitedway-thurston.org/day-caring-2019-agency-project-registration.
While you’re planning, please note that Day of Caring volunteers must be age 15 or older. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out!


Training Opportunities:

A reminder that as a member of Partners you are eligible to apply for a scholarship towards training opportunities that further the work that we do in our nonprofits. We ask that those who receive a scholarship provide a brief presentation to the members at a later membership meeting of what they learned. If you are interested in apply for a scholarship, you can find the link in the members only section under education on the Partners website.

Washington Nonprofits:

Washington Nonprofits - Online Trainings
Washington Nonprofits produces around 100 WEBINARS ANNUALLY to make sure that colleagues across Washington have access to learning. We produce free webinars on nonprofit board, finance, and legal basics. We lead a MONTHLY FREE WEBINAR on a range of topics. We organize online courses designed to deliver practical skills and tools on key topics, such as the board chair role and fundraising. 


Explore online and in-person learning opportunities HERE.


Job Postings:

WHO: Community Foundation of South Puget Sound
Programs and Communications Assistant
DETAILS:  Community Foundation of South Puget Sound is seeking a temporary Programs and Communications Assistant to support the organization’s grantmaking and fundraising programs. This position will support our Community Grants and Give Local programs in 2019. Additionally, this position will support other Community Foundation programs as needed. This is a part-time, temporary position with an expected end date on or before December 31, 2019.
More info: Please click HERE for the full job description.

WHO: PCAF (Pierce County AIDS Foundation)
Prevention and Health Coordinator -- Engagement with African American Women
DETAILS:  The Prevention and Health Coordinator, with an emphasis on engagement with African American Women, represents PCAF by providing prevention services to African American women such as educational activities, HIV testing, advocacy, and one-on-one support in navigating access and adherence to antiretroviral (ARV) drugs for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). PCAF Team members display a strong commitment to social justice and a passion for our mission. We support our clients to lead lives of health and well being while striving to prevent HIV and end the epidemic in our community.


WHO: PCAF (Pierce County AIDS Foundation)
Medical Case Manager -- Mental Health
DETAILS:  The Medical Case Manager—Mental Health provides case management to individuals with HIV/AIDS at PCAF according to the statewide standards for HIV Case Management. The primary population served by this position is those who are dually and triply diagnosed with mental health and/or chemical dependency issues. The Medical Case Manager—Mental Health serves as a specialist and is available for consultation to the Client Services team specific to mental health issues facing its clients. Travel between both PCAF’s Tacoma and Olympia offices is a required expectation of this position.

PCAF Team members display a strong commitment to social justice and a passion for our mission. We support our clients to lead lives of health and well being while striving to prevent HIV and end the epidemic in our community.


WHO: Child Care Action Council 
Bilingual English/Spanish Parent Educator/Home Visitor
Home visiting Parent Educator will work collaboratively with families who have low-income to achieve successful outcomes for expectant mothers, infants, toddlers, and preschool children of all backgrounds and abilities. Parent Educators will use the Parents as Teachers (PAT) program model and other curricula as appropriate to support parents as their child’s ‘first and most important” teacher. Extensive training will be provided. Review of applications will begin on May 22nd and position will remain open until filled.

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