This panel discussion delves into the historical context affecting black male achievement and how those barriers can be overcome.
Why do nonprofits need to evaluate their programs and services? Why are some organizations not evaluating? And, what is one simple step nonprofits can take toward meaningful program evaluation?
What advice can you give to new organizations that are working to scale? This question was posed to panelists Michael Lombardo, Chief Executive Officer, Reading Partners, and Gabrielle E. Miller, Executive Director, Raising A Reader National Office. This is what they had to say.
What types of social fundraising campaigns are really successful? What are the myths and musts of social fundriaising? Dave Boyce, CEO of Fundly.com, discusses online fundraising using crowdfunding platforms.
What is the most critical issue to cover in a nonprofit social media policy? What common mistakes do nonprofits make with social media policies, and how can they be solved? Learn from nonprofit lawyer, Gene Takagi, how you can keep your organization in-line, online.
Nicole Bell-Moye, executive director of the Presidents’ Council Foundation shares what she has found to be the keys to success for their PC Scholars program.
Hear one man’s story of why fathers matter, as well as the work his organization is doing to ensure that fathers get involved and stay involved.
Foundation giving trends in 2011 for public education, both nationally and in California, presented by Steven Lawrence, Director of Research at the Foundation Center.
Tim Tramble, executive director of Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc., tells how black male achievement has been a part of his own journey and passion for his work in community development.
An overview of the landscape for philanthropic support to black men and boys, and a tour of BMAFunders.org, the newly created portal that highlights the role of philanthropy in supporting black men and boys.
Consultant Marilyn Hoyt and Jeff Rosenstock, Institutional Development and Major Gifts Officer of Queens College, explain how to set your project and organization apart from others and how to get that extra edge when applying for competitive government grants.
Learn how to get incorporated, secure your 501(c)(3) status, register your charity for fundraising, and more, with attorneys from the law firm of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP of New York City. Presented in collaboration with New York Lawyers for the Public interest.
Four tips that you can implement today to make your next crowdfunding campaign a success! With Jed Cohen, founder and COO of RocketHub, one of the world's largest and most successful crowdfunding platforms, who heads the discussion about expanding your fundraising skill set through crowdfunding.
Four tips on how to get corporate professionals to join -- and love being part of -- your board, from Steven K. Orr, Managing Partner & Co-Founder of Orr Associates, Inc., and Executive Director & Founder of Youth, I.N.C.
Molly Penn and Deborah Flood from Penn Flood Consulting discuss where to begin with your nonprofits business or strategic plan. Then they walk you through the elements, which include a sound business plan, starting with finding your non-profit's niche.
“It’s like religion. You have to make me believe!” Do your board members act as ambassadors and fundraisers for your organization?
Are you collaborating with other organizations in your community? Are you limiting your dreams by staying inside of your own walls?
Do you treat your donors like they're family? A foundation president/trustee for two foundations shares her advice on how to treat your donors that will set you apart from the competition.
How do you apply to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland? What types of support does the federation offer?
How does the Jewish Federation of Cleveland work? How can your organization reach out to the federation and build relationships with the foundations involved?
Lisa Hoffman, coach & consultant, shares her five tips for effective board development. Among her tips, Lisa emphasizes the need for ongoing recruitment, approaching accountability with grace, and developing a culture of appreciation between the board and staff.
This workshop explores what it takes to expand and sustain a blend of support from individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies.
Learn from two experts in the field about how to make a collaboration that works and succeeds.
Discover how to research funding, decode application questions, and focus artistic career goals during the grant writing process.
Presenters discuss video production and social media video tips, choosing the right crowdfunding platform for the type of project, and lessons learned from previous local nonprofit crowdfunding campaigns.