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Webinars

We host webinars at least six times a year. Some are educational webinars lead by a guest presenter; others are open round table discussions on topics of interest to home repair nonprofits. All webinars are free for members and cost $5-$15 for non-members.

Executive Directors' Scrum

Thursday, April 27, 3:00-4:30pm EDT
FREE for members, $10 for non-members.
A scrum is the most intense, controlled focus of energy to be found in just about any sporting match; we're taking this moment from rugby and applying it to the most intense, controlled focus of energy on leadership development and growth of senior-level staff you've ever experienced. Bring your challenges, questions, and obstacles you face. With the energy we'll have in one [virtual] room, you're sure to leave with solutions. Chris Manley, Executive Director of Rebuilding Upstate in Greenville, South Carolina, will lead the session.

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Remodeling for Health with Martha Keel, Professor of Housing and Environmental Health at the University of Tennessee Extension

POSTPONED - check back later for the rescheduled date; email [email protected] to be notified when the new date has been set
FREE for members, $10 for non-members.
The goal when making repairs to homes is to improve the living conditions for those who live there. But, if not done correctly, some remodeling activities can cause health problems. Research continues to show the links between our homes and our health. Learn the eight principles of healthy homes along with how to avoid remodeling mistakes that can harm those you serve.

Dr. Martha Keel works in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences and affiliate with the UT Department of Public Health. As the Environmental Health and Housing Specialist with UT Extension, her programs range from healthy housing to energy efficiency. She was responsible for partnering with the Tennessee Department of Health on the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, conducting education and outreach, as well as managing the full surveillance of all lead screenings in the state of Tennessee. UT Extension was an early training partner for the National Center for Healthy Housing (Healthy Housing Solution) and has trained people throughout Tennessee and from 13 other states. Grant activity has exceeded $4,000,000. Her programs have been implemented in all 95 counties throughout the state of Tennessee. She is also active in various partnerships, organizations and projects with other environmental and health specialists throughout the Southeast and the nation.

Webinar Recordings

NOTE: We are in the process of relocating the webinar files. E-mail [email protected] to access these recordings. All recordings are free for members and $10/each for non-members.

Mission Trips That Matter

Open Forum: Summer Debrief

Open Forum about Volunteers

Social Media Secrets

Labor Pains 2016: proposed new overtime exemptions & classifying independent contractors

Year-End Fundraising

Summer Staff Recruitment, Hiring, and Retention

Open Forum: Project Completion & Follow-up

Open Forum: Supporting Summer Staffers

Self-Care

Project Follow-Up

Engaging Faith - incorporate spirituality into your volunteer/camper experience

Reducing the Risk of Abuse and Protecting Youth and Youth Workers in Home Repair Nonprofits

Summer Staff Hiring: Roundtable Discussion

Tell Your Nonprofit's Story Through Better Photography

Fundraising - Individual Giving Programs

Nonprofit Marketing on a Shoestring

Open Forum & Peer Support Group about volunteer recruitment, tool libraries, ramps & community partnerships

Open Forum & Peer Support Group about cultural training for volunteers, local politics, fundraising & more

Measuring Your Mission: Outcomes Research

Weatherization & Energy Efficiency

Volunteer Appreciation