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Budgeting for Language Resources for Nonprofits

Budgeting for Language Resources for Nonprofits

Understand how language support resources are priced and how you might build those resources into your budget to improve accessibility.

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At least 67.3 million people in the United States speak a foreign language at home [2018, Center for Immigration Studies]. Here in the Indianapolis area, at least 13.5% of Marion County residents use a language other than English in their home [U.S. Census Bureau].

If your organization serves the public, you’ve likely come into contact with community members who have language barriers—immigrants, refugees and the Deaf and hard of hearing community.

To better serve the community and open up your doors to more consumers, your organization can create a language access plan to be prepared to welcome and serve this large segment of our population. But the funds for this have to come from somewhere, right?

Join us from 12 – 1 p.m. EST on April 14th to:

  • Understand how language support services are priced
  • Learn how you can build a budget for language access planning
  • Avoid common pitfalls of translation pricing and understand how to choose a vendor
  • Consider building language resources into your grant proposals

🎥 We will be recording the session and sending a link of the recording out to all registered participants.

🤟 An ASL interpreter will be provided for this event.

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More about the speakers:

👤 Bryan Orander, President , Charitable Advisors

Bryan Orander is President of Charitable Advisors and Publisher of the Not-for-profit News in Indianapolis. The Charitable Advisors team provides resources and connections to central Indiana nonprofits through the weekly e-newsletter and Nonprofit Job Board while providing executive search and planning services to individual nonprofits.

👤 Tiffany Hanson, Outreach and Engagement Manager, LUNA Language Services

Tiffany Hanson is an ultimate connector and avid community engagement enthusiast. With a background in marketing and public relations, Tiffany has found a niche in community outreach with a love of developing collaborative opportunities. She spends a majority of her daytime hours representing LUNA Language Services, engaged in opportunities to further language access initiatives for immigrants, refugees, and members of the Deaf and hard of hearing communities. Tiffany also volunteers with fabulous organizations like the Diversity Roundtable of Central Indiana, the Indianapolis Public Schools Foundation, and the Indiana Latino Expo.

👤 Una Hartzell-Baird, Director of Translation, LUNA Language Services

Una Hartzell-Baird is LUNA’s Director of Translation. She oversees the daily operations of the translation department. Her background working as an interpreter, sales representative, and project manager gives Una excellent experience working with language service professionals. Una was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and relocated with her family to Indianapolis in 1995 through a refugee resettlement program. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs: Nonprofit Management at the IUPUI Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs in 2009 and her Master of Public Affairs in 2010.

Details

Date:
April 14
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/budgeting-for-language-resources-for-nonprofits-tickets-144056379509

Organizer

LUNA Language Services
Phone:
3173414137
Email:
info@luna360.com
Website:
luna360.com