One-stop shop for background checks

One-stop shop for background checks

At Education Day, the question of how to screen volunteers and how to absorb the cost. CalNonprofits (http://www.calnonprofits.org/) has a great resource for members.

In the nonprofit community we want to assume that everyone looking to work for or with our organization is well-intentioned and trustworthy. But it’s usually a good idea — and sometimes a legal requirement — to conduct background checks in order to make good hiring decisions and mitigate the risk of lawsuits and claims against the organization.

Choosing the right background check provider is crucial to providing a safe and secure environment for your community. CalNonprofits full members now have access to discounted rates and the great customized services of background check provider Coeus Global.

Streamlined process with your own online portal and dashboard

Secure online signatures and applications — no more chasing down signed pieces of paper

Allow volunteers to donate the cost of their background check to your organization (about 20% of them do!)

FREE risk management support and customized screening packages – including drug testing, fingerprinting, criminal background checks and much more!

Contact COEUS Global today to find out how they can make your compliance headaches go away:

Visit the website for CalNonprofits members: http://www.coeusglobal.com/council_ca_main.html

Email info@coeusglobal.com

Call 866-765-0592 x302

Pasadena Executive Roundtable Presents Jan Masaoka, CEO of CalNonprofits

Pasadena Executive Roundtable Presents Jan Masaoka, CEO of CalNonprofits

Join us at a special meeting of the Pasadena Executive Roundtable when we welcome the CEO of Cal Nonprofits, Jan Masaoka as she shares findings from Causes Count: the Economic Power of California’s Nonprofit Sector.

Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pasadena-executive-roundtable-presents-jan-masaoka-ceo-calnonprofits-tickets-15446047544?ref=enivte001&invite=NzQ2NjA0Ny9tZ29vZHllYXJAamVyaWNob3JvYWRwcm9qZWN0Lm9yZy8w&utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=invitenew001&utm_term=eventpage Read More »

Don’t Forget to Vote on Tues. Nov. 4

Don’t Forget to Vote on Tues. Nov. 4

We’re lucky to live in a country where we can freely express our opinions and have a say in our laws and leadership. Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday! Less people vote in mid-term elections, because they don’t think they’re as important, or they don’t know about the issues, but making your voice heard is a cornerstone of our democracy. Here are some resources if you need more information about what’s on the ballot. One of my favorites is the East Voter Guide: http://www.easyvoterguide.org/. CalNonprofits has lots of resources at http://calnonprofits.org/programs/voteyourmission/voting-resources. Happy voting!

@calnonprofits @EasyVoterGuide

CalNonprofits Annual Policy Convention August 1st in Los Angeles!

There are lots of great reasons to come to the CalNonprofits annual convention on the State of the Nonprofit Sector in California: build your network, spend a day thinking about “big picture” concepts and implementation, discuss policy priorities and much more.

Here are 7 very special reasons you’ll want to be sure to join us this year.

If you haven’t registered yet, do it today!

What’s the #1 reason you should attend? 

You can be the first to see the results of our groundbreaking study on the economic power of  California’s nonprofit sector, using data that has never before been cultivated. This report will be released for the first time at our  convention August 1st.