Nonprofit Resource Network News
By Robin Loving
Welcome to the Nonprofit Resource Network News, where we connect and inform nonprofits, benefactors, consultants, and volunteers. If you have news for any of these constituencies, please send it to Robin@RobinLoving.com. And, for bilingual best practices and lists of local nonprofits, see NonprofitSMA.Net.
San Miguel Community Foundation will receive proposals for specific projects until April 15. Proposals must be submitted in English with an original and seven copies or by e-mail. Guidelines are available at sanmiguelcommunityfoundation.org.
The Municipal Government Expat Official, Lalo Sautto, said at a public meeting recently that if you need to speak with a government official, you may contact him at email@example.com and/or 120 4530.
US Consular Agent, Ed Clancy and others shared various security tips recently at a meeting of Sanmiguelenses Unidos, including:
1. Don’t use credit cards;
2. Use RFID credit card protectors;
3. Don’t overshare on social media;
4. If you are a victim of crime, report it to the police/ministerio público and to Ed (firstname.lastname@example.org, 415 151 07743, La Luciernaga, Mondays through Thursdays from 9am–1pm);
5. Learn Spanish;
6. Know your neighbors.
Amigos de la Presa is now part of Audubon of Mexico. They are offering the following activities this month, and more information is available at AudubonMex.org.
Bird Walk, April 16, 7:45am–noon
Sunset Paddle with Tacos, April 20, 5pm
Sunday Paddle, April 23, 10am
Wednesday on the Water, April 29, 9:30am
Shoreline Cleanup, April 30, 4pm
The Sociedad Protectora de Animales offers discount appointments for pets with their new vet, Adriana Rivera, Tuesdays and Saturdays. Make appointments by calling 152 6124.
The 24-Hour Association provides services after death to allow loved ones peace of mind. For an application, see 24Assoc.com.