|Time:||11:00 AM - 2:00 PM|
|Location:||Rocky's 715 W. Riverside Drive|
Federal, state and local governments continue to face record budget shortfalls and private philanthropy, with its’ limited resources continues to be called upon to do more! One solution often suggested is asking the nonprofit community to re-think organizationally how it will continue to deliver vital services and programs: re-structure, merge, and/or collaborate! Join your regional colleagues for lunch, networking and a chance to hear from the Southern Indiana Provider Network (supporting organizations providing services and resources to individuals with disabilities as well as people with social, personal, economic, or other challenges) and how they reviewed their systems to eliminate redundancies within the administrative functions of its members and implemented a shared services company that provides a consolidated IT department, a shared human resources program and created a Financial & Analysis team that collectively will provide savings of $1.2 million as a result of the combined resources and resulting efficiencies. Come prepared to discuss how this model may be an opportunity for others to replicate in the region and how the philanthropic community can help in this challenging time!
– Networking and Foundation Updates
- Lunch (generously provided by the Paul Ogle Foundation)
- Representatives from the Southern Indiana Provider Network (SIPN) will lay the groundwork on how the network evolved, the challenges, the opportunities and benefits resulting from such collaboration.
- Discussion among the attendees on other collaborative efforts occurring among their communities and how philanthropy can play a key role
- Question and Answers
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