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The Posner Center convenes, connects and catalyzes the global development community to collaborate for greater impact. We do this by bringing together organizations and building an engaged, thriving, community – a community where people meet and learn about one another, exchange ideas, access shared resources and support, and ultimately combine their expertise to generate more lasting solutions to global poverty


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Fairhill Partners non-profit connects people to opportunities for lifelong learning, intergenerational relationships, and successful aging. We are situated on 9+ acres of land. We offer housing to Grandparents raising Grandchildren and Seniors in our townhouses and apartments on campus. One of our townhouses called our "Senior Guest House" is designated for those 60+ and first-time homeless. In our multi-tenant commercial building, we offer spaces from 200 to 20,000 square feet.


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The David Brower Center advocates for the beauty, diversity and ecological integrity of Earth. We accomplish this mission through a distinctive combination of permanent infrastructure and ongoing programs in a unique institution that informs, inspires, and connects people and resources. We house 20+ environmental nonprofits and social enterprises in LEED Platinum offices, and host over 350 events per year in our various green event spaces which require clients to abide by low-waste principles. We offer environmental art exhibitions and public programs to foster a more engaged a community. Our Hazel Wolf Gallery, which is free and open to the public six days per week, is the site of three rotating exhibitions which feature the works of established artists as well as local high school students who explore the use of art for environmental activism.


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The Nonprofit Village was the first multi-tenant nonprofit center in Maryland. Our mission is to strengthen the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations by providing educational and development programs, essential capacity building services, back-office operations,and opportunities for collaboration. We do this all within an affordable shared office space, where we house 37 nonprofit organizations and serve more than 300 others through development programs. The benefits and services provided to members help them reduce essential operating and administrative costs, allowing these important groups to focus more keenly on their mission of providing vital services to our community. We have become a first-stop shop for a variety of nonprofits and associations that need to know the resources available and be connected to the expertise that is critical to expanding their operations. With options for coworking and offices leases, we can meet the needs of nonprofits at every point of their life-cycle.


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Chelsea Donohoe
01/Oct/2019

Are you curious about the latest strategies in nonprofit shared space? Would you like to read a “how to” guide developed by respected experts in the field? Check out the award-winning book Shared Space and the New Nonprofit Workplace. It’s not just our team that thinks the book is spectacular – we’ve read it cover to cover. The book has won the prestigious 2019 Terry McAdam Book Award for the best nonprofit book of the year. Here’s a little more info…


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24/Sep/2019

Over the past year the Nonprofit Centers Network’s consulting team has been working hard to support our members and client organizations while also building our internal capacity. I’d like to take a few minutes to update you about our progress not so much to toot NCN’s horn but rather to ensure that we are on the same page about our current priorities and plans for the coming year. What has the consulting team been up to lately? In short, a lot. We offered project-based consulting services, coaching, meeting facilitation and customized training opportunities to:


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When founder Dr. Kay Glasser began gathering support for the Center in 1985, nonprofit centers were an obscure concept. In our Gulf Coast region of Florida, it was a completely new idea; untried and untested. But as she reflected many years later, “A strong ideal can capture an imagination and control a life.” Through sheer tenacity and belief in her vision, she gained the support of Alex and Betty Schoenbaum, along with municipal and community partners - and managed to convince a consortium of financial institutions that this was a viable concept that just makes sense for our human services community. The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center opened its doors in 1990, and 30 years later, we are still going strong. We know that human service providers thrive when they work together in a supportive system. We are the hub of that collaborative system, leading to success for those who are making our community a better place.


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09/Sep/2019

Every now and then, we like to give folks a peek behind the curtain on what’s going on in the membership world. Afterall, we really don’t want NCN to be the best kept secret. So, what are people talking about? What information is being shared? Would you benefit from this community? The answers are “a lot” and “yes.”


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Michaell Rose, DrPH, L.C.S.W., Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, Newport Beach, CA
27/Aug/2019

The role of the hospital is growing. With the continued trend towards population health and diagnosing root causes, rather than only treating the symptoms, hospitals are being forced play larger roles in the health of their patients. As the healthcare industry shifts towards understanding the social determinants of health and adverse childhood experiences (ACES), the previously siloed institutions are no longer the standards in healthcare. The hospital must adapt, and look outside of its walls to better treat the health of its patients. For nonprofit hospitals, looking outside of the hospital walls have always been standard. Through Community Benefit, nonprofit hospitals have been charged with improving the health and well-being of the community. At Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian (Hoag), the opportunity to create a model to address the social and health needs of the community aligned to develop the Melinda Hoag Smith Center for Healthy Living (MHSCHL).


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