Important deadline approaching regarding RPCV NENY’s annual charitable contributions:
Every December the group votes on our annual charitable donations. This is a reminder that written nominations for our annual donations will be due by October 31st. If you would like to nominate a charitable group, please review the submission requirements under our bylaws in section 5.6 Disbursement of Monies (see below) and send written nominations to the group at email@example.com.
5.6 Disbursement of Monies
The process for determining annual outlays shall consist of a period to nominate organizations to receive support, a period for discussion, and then a vote at the following meeting. One month shall be allowed for discussion. Written nominations with a brief statement of purpose and how it meets the mission of RPCV-NENY shall be submitted by Oct. 31. Discussion will occur at the November meeting and a vote taken in December. In the event that this schedule cannot be met, a vote shall be taken at the earliest appropriate time.
Our Monthly Meetings: 1st Tuesday of each month, 6pm Next Meeting: Tuesday, February 6th at 6pm Potluck: bring a dish or beverage to share Host: Sue Senecah and Van Calhoun (435 Bushnell Rd, Chatham NY 12037) Presenter: TBD
Attached below are the 2016 Financial Statement – which details all of our income and expenses during FY 2016 – and the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2017. The 2016 Financial Statement is for your review. The Proposed Budget for … Continue reading →
RPCVs of NENY are the December 2015 featured member group for NPCA. We appreciate the recognition from NPCA and all the work they do for the Peace Corps Community. Big thanks to our great membership. This acknowledgement from NPCA is … Continue reading →
Warm weather is finally here, and it’s time to celebrate with another Happy Hour! This event will be held at The Factory Eatery in Ballston Spa on Friday, June 12th at 5:30pm. The restaurant has a nice atmosphere, a nice … Continue reading →
[reposting from NPCA and Peace Corps Commemorative Fund] It was a little more than a year ago when – following a great effort by NPCA advocates over several years – President Obama signed legislation to authorize the establishment of a … Continue reading →
From our friends at the University at Albany School of Public Health and the International Center of the Capital Region, we share this invitation to the International Food Tasting event at WAMC’s Linda Theater. Details below and at http://www.wamcarts.org The … Continue reading →
Reposting from NPCA: Peace Corps Documentary RPCV and documentary producer Alana DeJoseph approached NPCA last year to collaborate on A Towering Task, an in-depth documentary about the Peace Corps’ history and its outlook into the future. Through NPCA’s fiscal sponsorship … Continue reading →
Our website was viewed by people in over 80 countries! That’s pretty amazing. Check out the report below for other interesting bits of information. Thanks for making 2014 a wonderful and productive year! See you in 2015. Sarah Janeski (Kazakhstan … Continue reading →
[Repost from NPCA Advocacy Director, Jonathan Pearson] Final Appropriations Bill Includes Equity Act Language In what could be a significant victory for the fair treatment of female Peace Corps Volunteers, the House and Senate Appropriations Committees have released a $1 … Continue reading →