Regulatory burdens are increasing. The amount of overhead allowed on government contracts is shrinking. Donors are obsessing about overhead expenses. Pressure is mounting from all stakeholders to accomplish more with less money. On Thursday, October 19, Paul Konigstein will teach you how to best manage your finances to overcome these obstacles in his webinar, Do More with Less: Stretch Your Dollar with Financial Best Practices.
Foundation Center's Knowledge Base talks about the importance of collecting data about who you serve and what you do. But it doesn't yet help nonprofit professionals make numbers and other data understandable at a glance. They plan on fixing that. And they need your help.
Success in the world of corporate sponsorship requires learning a whole new vocabulary and approach to development; even experienced fundraisers may be at a disadvantage when starting out. On September 19th, Michael Savino will provide tips on selling sponsorship opportunities to companies large and small in his webinar, Corporate Sponsorship for Non-Profits.
Richard Spencer is a nonprofit consultant, and the host of the September 14th “Keep Your Cash Flowing: Diversifying Revenue Streams” webinar. In this webinar, he will help organizations explore the connections between programming and revenue sources and looking at new ways they can identify secure funding for their missions.
Join Emma Kieran for a webinar on how to build a framework to help you define major gifts, find prospects, and build relationships that lead to big gifts.
Carefully selected partnerships can help your organization remain focused on its core competencies, its mission, while broadening its reach. Maybe a partner helps you reach a new population. Or maybe a partner brings critical expertise that you’ve discovered your clients need. Join Cheryl Kester to learn more about partnerships in her webinar, “Upgrade Your Partnerships: Tips for Nonprofit Collaboration” on Tuesday, August 22, from 2:00-3:00PM ET.
Frances Phillips, program director for The Creative Work Fund, is offering three upcoming webinars and an in-person session for potential grantees. The Creative Work Fund was launched in the summer of 1994 and the first five grants were made that December. Three-hundred and fifty-four grants later, Frances is helping applicants make the best case for funding.
If you're looking to raise some extra capital for your nonprofit, selling online can be a great way to go — generating publicity as well as funds for your cause. Patrick Foster explains how to make the most of e-commerce for your nonprofit.
Online giving has grown substantially in recent years and shows no signs of slowing down. Darian Rodriguez Heyman shares the tips, tools, and how-to steps for success your nonprofit needs to know to make the most of your digital presence.
The Funding Information Network highlights one of their oldest partners, The Texas Grants Resource Center (TGRC) at the University of Texas at Austin. They recently completed a re-branding initiative and developed a sustainability plan. Ellen Moutos Lee, TRGC FIN supervisor, discusses these processes and explains how TRGC stays relevant in their local community.