Learn how the use of LLCs (limited liability companies) in fiscal sponsorship can provide benefits of 501c3 status to nonprofit startup projects while limiting the fiscal sponsor’s liability, from attorneys Steven R. Chiodini and Gregory L. Colvin.
This webinar will demystify the world of crowdfunding, specifically for people and organizations in the arts world, presented by Dana Ostomel, Founder and Chief Gifting Officer of Deposit a Gift.com.
Learn how to avoid some common mistakes in fundraising from individuals and take away specific language to make a strong ask, with Laurene Francois, Training Director at the Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training (GIFT).
Linda Jo Doctor, Program Officer of W.K. Kellogg Foundation, talks about the foundation's overall funding efforts, with an emphasis on its Healthy Kids Initiative, which aims to provide children with the healthy food they need for optimal development.
This session provides an introduction to one of the key online tools for finding funders, Foundation Directory Online Professional.
Your business idea has some charitable aspects. Are they enough to qualify for nonprofit status? If so, should you still start a nonprofit? Get answers and guidance from Erin Bradrick, Senior Counsel of NEO Law Group.
What efforts should you focus on to maximize the matching gifts that your organization can get? Answers from Adam Weinger, president of Double the Donation, and Brett Tidwell, Coordinator of Matching Gifts for The Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University.
What are "Dollars for Doers" corporate grants? If your org has employed volunteers, you might qualify for them. Learn about them from Adam Weinger, president of Double the Donation.
When choosing a fiscal sponsor, what should you look for (or avoid)? What questions should you ask? Get answers from attorney Ellis Carter of Carter Law Group, P.C., and Jonathan Spack, steering committee chair for National Network of Fiscal Sponsors and executive director of Third Sector New England.