This webinar will be teaching participants how to use a Program Planning Framework and also equip them with knowledge on what funders are looking for when writing stories in their applications for grants. It will take place on February 1, 2018 at 11 am U.S. PST.
This webinar will provide you with detailed insight and examples to try in your own organization. The session will explore how to enhance relationships via shared channels and networks; be creative in reporting and expressing gratitude to grantors; keep grantors abreast of programmes and be their primary source for information; and maintain seamless communication with grantors. It will take place on February 14, 2018 at 11:30 am U.S. CT.
The rate of computer technology advancement doubles every two years and with it improvements in Internet technology. As personal computers, smartphones, and the Internet of Things evolve, so must your nonprofit. This webinar will focus on what’s new and next in online communications and fundraising so that your nonprofit can prepare for the future and embrace being an early adopter. This webinar will take place on December 19, 2017.
The African Institute for project Management studies is carrying out a training to provide participants with the knowledge of good grant management practices. The course will enable top and middle level managers of NGOs, Donor agencies and state corporations to have an in depth understanding of the cycle of grant management, as well as the trends in grant management process. Taking place in Kenya, the training will hold from the 19th to 22nd of December, 2017.
Your nonprofit or Foundation’s website is the gateway to others learning about your organization. The top three domains for the social good sector are .org, .ngo, and .ong. Watch this webinar on 1 November 2017 to learn how to choose the right domain name for your website and email campaigns.
This webinar by GrantSpace will help you address your roadblocks asking for money. Learn how to avoid some common mistakes in fundraising from individuals and learn the facts about who gives away money and who can be asked for a donation. Take away specific language to make a strong ask, which is based on relationship-building and relationships you already have.
Learn how nonprofit leaders are crafting new sustainable relationships with businesses and corporations in this webinar presented in partnership with the Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management at the Baruch College School of Public Affairs. It offers insight and guidance to help you navigate the brave new world of nonprofit and business partnerships as well as addressing new trends driving these relationships. The webinar is presented by Michael Seltzer, Distinguished Lecturer, Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management, Baruch College School of Public Affairs.
Crowdfunding is quickly becoming a tool in the fundraising toolbox to tap into your network to raise money, faster, from a larger audience. This webinar is designed to give participants an overview of crowdfunding, help you determine if a crowdfunding approach could be right for you, as well as step-by-step direction for how you can take advantage of what a crowdfunding platform has to offer.The webinar is presented by Dana Ostomel, Founder & Chief Gifting Officer, Deposit A Gift.com.
Are you new to the field of grantseeking? Discover what funders are looking for in nonprofits seeking grants and how to find potential funders. You will learn the 10 most important things you need to know about finding grants in this webinar by GrantSpace.
The sector is full of stories about how organizations got themselves in a world of financial hurt. Some of these situations are, of course, less than perfectly predictable—but some are foreseeable because they are so common. Join Kate Barr, Executive Director of The Nonprofits Assistance Fund and Ruth McCambridge, Editor in Chief of The Nonprofit Quarterly in an hour-long discussion of familiar financial traps and how best to immunize your organization against financial woes.
The United Nation’s recent adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) serves as a uniquely valuable opportunity for philanthropy, nonprofit, and civil society.Be informed and learn how to connect your work to these worldwide goals. Join Lauren Bradford, Director of Global Partnerships Foundation Center in this one-hour webinar.
This class helps you think through the process of getting your board involved with fundraising. It covers the role of your board, why board members may be reluctant to fundraise and how to overcome these concerns, ways the board can participate in fundraising activities, and tips for strengthening your fundraising board.
Executive transitions, we are warned, must be taken very seriously. A wrong hire can erode cash, reputation, relationships, and much more. To learn how to avert this, watch this 1 hour webinar by Jean Bell, Chief Executive Officer, CompassPoint and Tom Adams, Director, Sustainability, Succession, and Transition Planning practice for Raffa, PC.
Learn about important reports and key performance indicators that you should be tracking on a regular basis to optimize performance and raise more money.
Learn how email can help you stay in contact with your supporters when it matters most related to your next fundraising event.
To learn more about the right balance between reliability and autonomy, watch this 59 minute webinar on Reliability vs Autonomy in Nonprofit Funding: A Guide to Finding the Right Balance by Jon Pratt of Minnesota Council of Nonprofits and Ruth McCambridge, Editor in Chief of the Nonprofit Quarterly.
Whether your nonprofit is more like an intimate family or an enormous well-oiled machine, fraud can occur, and when it happens, it can damage your reputation, relationships with funders, and staff morale. In this webinar, Ruth McCambridge, Editor in Chief of the Nonprofit Quarterly and Hilda Polanco, Founder and CEO of FMA teach Maximizing Nonprofit Internal Controls: An Essential Guide for Even the Most Pure.