Events for Vermont Nonprofits

Common Good Vermont’s Events for Vermont Nonprofits page is a resource for Vermont nonprofits and mission-driven organizations (including 501(c)3 organizations, B-Corps and L3Cs). To post an event on our site, click on the blue “Post Your Event” button. You will receive confirmation from us once the event is approved.

This is a free service for Vermont nonprofits only.

Please limit events to ones that serve nonprofit staff, volunteers or board members with a statewide or county wide audience. This page is meant for training and educational events. Unfortunately, we do not have space on the calendar for local fundraisers. 

A more detailed description on submission guidelines is available here.

Questions? If you have questions, please email director@commongoodvt.org

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Common Good Vermont Events

Jan
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all-day Certificate in Fundraising and D...
Certificate in Fundraising and D...
Jan 2 all-day
Certificate in Fundraising and Development @ Barre | Vermont | United States
Deadline to Apply 1/2/2019 Are you frustrated by fundraising? Looking for the confidence, knowledge, and skill necessary to strengthen your organization’s development program? Join us to grow your fundraising superpowers ...

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Nonprofit Events

Nov
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all-day #GivingTuesday
#GivingTuesday
Nov 27 all-day
#GivingTuesday
#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping ...

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Dec
4
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all-day Leading Change for Children: Let...
Leading Change for Children: Let...
Dec 4 all-day
Leading Change for Children: Let’s Grow Kids’ 3rd Annual Advocacy Conference Tuesday, December 4 from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Capitol Plaza Hotel & Conference Center, Montpelier You’re invited to ...

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