Nonprofit Sustainability: Building Blocks to Organizational Success
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 10:30 am
Classroom | Hartford, CT
Learn how to enhance your organization's competitiveness and strengthen its financial health.
Luz Rodriguez, training coordinator at the Foundation Center's New York library/learning center, will conduct this workshop on nonprofit financial sustainability.
Sustainability is a popular but often misunderstood buzzword in our sector. Nonprofit sustainability means more than just generating enough money to keep our organization afloat. In this class we will begin with the definition of nonprofit sustainability, and then we will cover each of the four key elements that contribute to long-term sustainability for an organization. Learn what you can do to increase your organization’s competitiveness and strengthen its financial health in the current economic climate.
Topics covered include:
- Understanding what nonprofit sustainability means
- Key elements of nonprofit sustainability
- Tips on how to develop them in your organization
This session will be offered at the Hartford Public Library, a member of the Foundation Center's network of Cooperating Collections. If you have any questions, please call (860) 695-6295.
Space is limited. This workshop is offered free of charge, but registration is required. Register below or in person.