This podcast is about what nonprofits, foundations, and anyone committed to the common good needs to know about what’s happening in Washington.
This podcast examines “mission creep”, which is the tendency for some nonprofit organizations to expand their scope, requiring a commitment of more and more resources, until the original mission is overshadowed and neglected.
This recorded webinar explores ways in which organizations can become bolder in their work and take dynamic steps to spur research on funding opportunities.
This webinar discusses how nonprofit leaders are crafting new sustainable relationships with businesses and corporations.
This webinar discusses specific strategies that can help the board of directors foster relationships with grant funders, improve the chances for getting grants, and create a culture of philanthropy where staff and the board foster fund development in a natural and cohesive partnership.
This webinar focuses on how to turn theoretical discussion into actionable steps for implementation within organizations and collaboratives. It centers on tools that are available to help facilitate implementation of best practices.
This recorded webinar explains how a lack of thorough financial literacy in nonprofits can put organizations at risk; what kinds of information are useful at various levels of the organization; and organizational forms and styles where financial literacy leads to sustained excellence.
This webinar is designed to give participants an overview of crowdfunding and help them determine if a crowdfunding approach could be right for them. It also provides step-by-step direction for how to take advantage of what a crowdfunding platform has to offer. For artists, it can be a great alternative, or complement, to grants and other types of funding.
This recorded webinar will teach participants how to share their story on social media in a way that appeals to follower passions while compelling them to make donations to their cause again and again.
This webinar discusses strategic planning as a means not only to produce a strategy, but also to engage and cultivate stakeholders, develop leadership, and generate new energy, commitment and consensus around mission.
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