Helping Those Who Help Others

Founded in 2008 by George L. Duncan, Founder and Chairman, and Mary Ellen Fitzpatrick, Corporate Communications Director (retired), Enterprise Bank’s Non-Profit CollaborativeSM (NPC) provides critically needed support to non-profit organizations in the Merrimack Valley, North Central Massachusetts, and Southern New Hampshire. Together, with the Enterprise Bank team, we work on behalf of the non-profit community to develop programs and resources to benefit these valuable organizations.

Educational Seminar Series

We understand the challenges you face to fulfill your mission while working with limited resources. Our educational seminars are presented by industry experts and address topics critical to the success of non-profits. Seminars are offered in both the spring and the fall and there is no cost for representatives of non-profit organizations to attend – register for one seminar, or plan to have a representative at each seminar! View our Archive of Past Events.

Spring 2017 Seminar Schedule

Registration is now open for our Spring Seminar Series! Our Spring Seminars present a range of timely topics to assist non-profit organizations. There is no cost for representatives of non-profit organizations to attend. All seminars take place from 8:30am to 10:30am (doors open at 8:00am) and breakfast is provided.

Tuesday, March 7
Community Room at Enterprise Bank 18 Palmer Street, 2nd Floor - Lowell, MA

Presented by: Enterprise Bank’s Cash Management Specialists -
Edie Joyce, Stephen Cochrane and John Moynihan

Seminar at a Glance:

In non-profits both big and small, maximizing financial resources can be one of the biggest challenges. Join Enterprise Bank’s Cash Management team and learn how you could make the most out of your non-profit’s resources. Edie Joyce, Steve Cochrane, and John Moynihan will explore how you can improve the cash management operations within your organization, mitigate risks, and protect your non-profit’s assets while maximizing their returns.

>> View or download the Seminar Flyer.

Thursday, March 23
Rivier University, Education Building, 2nd Floor - Demoulas Room
29 Clement Street - Nashua, NH

Presented by: Michael Gallagher, Chief Risk Officer, EVP, Enterprise Bank

Seminar at a Glance:

One of the greatest assets that a non-profit should have is a strong, energetic, and committed Board of Directors. Join Mike Gallagher, Enterprise Bank’s Chief Risk Officer, EVP, and learn how to find and retain the right directors. Mike will facilitate a peer-sharing session that will cover how to build a more engaged board, recruiting and retaining qualified directors, structuring effective meetings, and director responsibility. Learn how to make the best use of your board, and bring your organization to the next level!

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Tuesday, April 4
Mt. Wachusett Community College (North Café)
444 Green Street - Gardner, MA

Presented by: Susan Linn, President & CEO, Epilepsy Foundation New England

Seminar at a Glance:

Back by popular demand from her first series for Enterprise Bank (Lessons Learned from Winning Proposals), the Winning Edge provides the next step. What are the ingredients to successful grant writing? How can you position your organization for grant success (and should you?!). Come reflect on paths to success and learn some strategies to help you win more proposals.

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Tuesday, April 25
Indian Hill Music School
36 King Street - Littleton, MA

Presented by: Rick Blain, CFRE, Richard R. Blain & Associates, LLC

Seminar at a Glance:

For many non-profits, volunteers are an invaluable resource and often the backbone of the organization. From assisting with day-to-day tasks to lending extra hands during large events, having passionate, reliable volunteers can help ensure a sustainable, strong future for an organization. Rick will focus upon recruiting and retaining volunteers. He will discuss how to motivate people, including some generational differences, and how to overcome the obstacles in recruitment and retention. Rick will also explore the reasons that we lose some good volunteers, and what you can do to prevent that from happening.

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Tuesday, May 9
Tuscan Kitchen
67 Main Street - Salem, NH

Presented by: Kira Morehouse, Digital Marketing Specialist, Enterprise Bank

Seminar at a Glance:

Non-profit professionals often wear multiple hats and juggle a variety of duties. When you are trying to apply for grants, organize a fundraiser, coordinate volunteers, and fill out paperwork, when can you also find the time and resources to oversee your digital marketing? Learn tips and tricks to creating a cost-effective, efficient digital marketing plan to increase your social media presence. We will also explore best practices and suggestions on how to create and implement website content and email marketing. Our digital marketing specialist will provide the latest information and best practices to help define your organization’s social media goals, determine the best social media channels to meet those goals, and develop a plan to maintain and strengthen your social presence.

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Tuesday, May 23
Salvatore’s Conference Center
354 Merrimack Street - Lawrence, MA

Presented by: Barbara Dunsford, Director of Development, Lowell House, Inc.

Seminar at a Glance:

When was the last time you “tuned–up” your fundraising program and really looked at what you are doing and why? Instead of doing the same things in the same way and getting the same results, join us for a fundraising tune-up! Like a car, a fundraising program needs to go into the “shop” every so often for a good overhaul to look at all the basics for a healthy map. Get ready to roll up your sleeves and take a look at your program – your mission, case for support, program components, engagement of your spheres of influence, quarterly measurements, and social media marketing. Learn how year-round engagement of a donor-centered development plan can raise more dollars, retain donors and connect to other constituents.

>> View or download the Seminar Flyer.

Networking & Relationship Building

We recognize the importance of networking to accelerate and sustain success for any individual or organization. We truly believe that there is strength in numbers! Our educational seminars create an opportunity for non-profit teams to learn and connect with our experienced subject matter experts, Enterprise Bank team members, and other non-profits in a relaxed, comfortable setting.

Board & Volunteer Support

Our Enterprise Bankers offer a level of professionalism and expertise that will benefit your board, providing leadership, guidance and vision for the future of your organization. If you are looking for local professionals to contribute to your board, please contact Alison Burns at 978-656-5672 or Andrew Duncan at 978-459-9000 x4582.

Enterprise Bank can also assist with your volunteer needs by posting volunteer opportunities on our Bank’s internal website for our employees, who live in, and are committed to, supporting the communities we serve. For assistance with your volunteer efforts, please contact Andrew Duncan at 978-459-9000 x4582.

Place to Meet, Plan and Grow Stronger

If your non-profit organization is in need of conference or meeting space, Enterprise Bank has a number of conveniently located community rooms that are available at no charge. For meeting space information and availability, please contact Andrew Duncan at 978-459-9000 x4582.

Founded in 1988 in Lowell, Massachusetts, Enterprise Bank serves the entrepreneurial spirit of our thriving, local communities. As a full-service commercial institution, Enterprise Bank provides financial resources for growing businesses, professionals, non-profits and individuals that we welcome, not just as our customers, but as our neighbors. If you cannot find what you are looking for on our website please feel free to contact us.

To speak with one of our trusted advisors call 978-459-9000, toll-free 877-671-2265, or Contact Us