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Fall is in the air
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Fall is in the air.......
After our beautiful summer, we welcome Fall that brings back-to-school, routine and focus on fundraising. How are your seasons, challenges and transitions? Turn to Butler Consulting for any focus needed in your nonprofit to assist you in fundraising, grant seeking, training, managing and/or capacity building.
Training Opportunities:

National GPA Conference, Portland, Oregon
“Deadline Stress and Your Health: Why Self-Care Matters”
October 16, 2014
1:45 PM to 2:30 PM
“Advocacy”
October 17, 2014
10:15 AM to 11:00 AM
Register at http://www.grantprofessionals.org 

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“Ethics: The E in Social Worker”
October 23, 2014
5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Logan’s Steakhouse, Beavercreek, Ohio
(sponsored by Hospitality House for FREE). Providing dinner and three CPE for social workers, counselors, MFTs and nurses (approved by the CSWMFT Board for provider Butler Consulting- RSX071003). To register, call Diane Hollenbeck 937-372-2656.
 
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GPA Regional Conference
September 19, 2014


GPA National Conference
October 15 - 18, 2014
Portland, OR

 
Butler Consulting President presents at National Association of Social Workers’ national conference in Washington, DC.

Linda Gatten Butler, MSW, ACSW, LISW-S, presented in July at the NASW National Conference entitled- “Courage, Hope and Leadership”. With over 1,800 conference participants, Butler’s presentation was “Grant Seeking: Best Practices and Leadership”. One of the keynote speakers was Robert Reich- progressive economist, former Secretary of Labor for former President Clinton, and current professor at Berkeley. As the 2014 Social Worker of the Year for Ohio’s Region 7, Butler is celebrating 20 years of fundraising and administrative consulting for over 200 nonprofits nationwide. 
FUNDERS’ SPOTLIGHT:
 
EHS Expansion and Migrant and
Seasonal EHS-Child Care Partnerships Targeted Organizations:

Faith-based and community-based organizations, state and local governments, federally recognized Indian Tribal
governments, Indian Tribes, and Indian Tribal organizations, nonprofits. 
Proposal Due: October 6, 2014 
Granting Agency: Administration for Children and Families 
ID/CFDA #: 93.600 

Summary: To expand access to high-quality, comprehensive services to low-income, migrant and seasonal infants and toddlers and their families through Early Head Start-Child Care (EHS-CC) Partnerships, or through the expansion of
Early Head Start services. 

Verizon Foundation 
Est. Award Size: Available upon request 
Targeted Organizations: 501(c)(3)s,
Hospitals 
Proposal Due: Rolling 
Contact: Click Here 
Example Grantee: In 2008, awarded $25,000 for Center for Connected Health to support development of a patient-centered diabetes management program. 
Summary: To support projects that provide technology to help underserved populations and people with disabilities access information on critical health issues. We also support innovative technology that helps healthcare providers increase their efficiency, effectiveness and reach. Giving people timely access to critical healthcare information can save lives and significantly lower costs, especially for racial, ethnic and economic groups that are not receiving the health information they need. 

MetLife Foundation 
Est. Award Size: Available upon request 
Targeted Organizations: 501(c)(3)s 
Proposal Due: Rolling 
Contact: Click Here
Example Grantee: In 2011, awarded $500,000 to the Children's Health Fund to support programs aimed at providing services to low-income and homeless children. 
Summary: To empower people to lead healthy, productive lives and strengthen communities, specifically in regards to Healthy Aging and Healthy Habits. 
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