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Measuring Social Media Efforts: A Meet the Author Event with Beth Kanter and Katie Delahaye Paine [Highlights]

Social media
Oct 11, 2012  
00:02:49

What happens when blogger/consultant Beth Kanter and KDPaine & Partners owner Katie Delahaye Paine come together? The result is valuable, how-to insights on measuring social media efforts and using data to change the world. 

Funding for Artists and Arts Organizations: Dos and Don'ts for the Written Proposal

Funding for the Arts
Oct 25, 2012  
00:05:38

In this excerpt from a Meet the Grantmakers program in Los Angeles, a panel of arts funders give us their best advice for artists and arts organizations when it comes to writing the grant proposal. 

Outcome Thinking: Keys to Successful Implementation [Highlights]

R. Nancy Albilal
Sep 19, 2012  
00:01:57

In this excerpt, R. Nancy Albilal, the Vice President for Development here at The Foundation Center, helps you to understand what an outcomes-based approach is all about, and how to implement this approach to make your organization stand out from the crowd.

Outcome Thinking: Keys to Successful Implementation

R. Nancy Albilal
Sep 19, 2012  
00:48:57

R. Nancy Albilal, the Vice President for Development here at The Foundation Center, helps you to understand what an outcomes-based approach is all about, and how to implement this approach to make your organization stand out from the crowd.

Raising Money Through Special Events: Planning Your Event From Start to Finish [Highlights]

Special events
Sep 13, 2012  
00:01:58

In this excerpt, panelists discuss each step of event planning, including identifying the goals of your event,selecting a theme, choosing a venue, assembling a planning committee with staff and/or volunteers, using your event as an annual marketing tool, and more.

Raising Money Through Special Events: Planning Your Event From Start to Finish

Special events
Sep 13, 2012  
01:24:10

Panelists discuss each step of event planning, including identifying the goals of your event,selecting a theme, choosing a venue, assembling a planning committee with staff and/or volunteers, using your event as an annual marketing tool, and more.

Impactful Programs: A Key to Long-Term Nonprofit Sustainability [Highlights]

Iva Fairchild
Sep 12, 2012  
00:02:04

In this short segment, Ivy Fairchild, Chief Development and Communications Officer at Urban Health Plan, leads a conversation on how a nonprofit organization can conduct needs assessments, design and plan programs that respond to critical needs, and monitor and assess changes brought about by the programs they provide.

Impactful Programs: A Key to Long-Term Nonprofit Sustainability

Ivy Fairchild
Sep 12, 2012  
00:37:15

Ivy Fairchild, Chief Development and Communications Officer at Urban Health Plan, leads a conversation on how a nonprofit organization can conduct needs assessments, design and plan programs that respond to critical needs, and monitor and assess changes brought about by the programs they provide.

Take a Tour of Philanthropy In/Sight

PINS
Nov 12, 2012  
00:05:26

Take a brief tour of Philanthropy In/Sight, the Foundation Center’s data visualization platform for global philanthropy. 

Individual Artists: The Dos and Don'ts of Proposal Writing

Artists' proposals
Oct 11, 2012  
00:02:17

Lori Zook, Development Manager at Quinn Associates, discusses proposal writing for individual artists.

The Art of Hustle with Anthem Salgado

Anthem Salgado
Oct 11, 2012  
00:01:47

Anthem Salgado, Founder of ArtofHustle.com, discusses how individual artists can maximize the potential of social media for arts marketing.

From Idea to Startup: Two Organizations Give Useful Tips on Starting a Nonprofit

Startup mashup
Oct 18, 2012  
00:07:50

"You have to know who else is already doing it. How are they doing it? How can you do it better?" Two nonprofit organizations share their experiences as startups.

Special Events: Is this the Right Strategy for Your Nonprofit?

Special events
Aug 22, 2012  
01:44:41

Four panelists with experience in fundraising through special events share the information you need to determine whether fundraising with special events is the right strategy for your nonprofit. 

Why Boot Camp? Marilyn Hoyt Chats About Intensive Proposal Writing Training

Marilyn Hoyt
Sep 21, 2012  
00:03:11

Marilyn Hoyt discusses the Proposal Writers Boot Camp course offered by the Foundation Center.

Adaptability: The Key to Long-Term Nonprofit Sustainability

Adaptability
Aug 17, 2012  
01:31:59

Our expert speakers share their insights on how an organization can monitor and assess change both within itself and in the sector and world as a whole, and prepare action plans that use the organization's strengths to take full advantage of the opportunities found in challenging situations.  

Nonprofit Incubators: Nurturing Your Nonprofit Through Its Infancy

Incubators
Jul 24, 2012  
01:22:39

Is your emerging nonprofit organization facing management hurdles it cannot yet handle? A nonprofit incubator could offer your group assistance with getting off the ground.

Meet the Grantmakers: Navigating the Changing Landscape of Foundation Grantmaking

Meet the Grantmakers
Sep 18, 2012  
01:18:22

What influences change in the world of institutional philanthropy? Representatives from various institutions discuss shifts that can serve to drive change within foundations.

Embracing New Media Techniques for Nonprofit Fundraising

New Media
Sep 06, 2012  
01:02:57

Four panelists share advice to help you develop and implement strategies for using social media and mobile technology, including Facebook, LinkedIn, and text-to-give programs. 

Financial Management for Nonprofits: Key Roles for Non-Financial Staff

Paul Konigstein
Aug 14, 2012  
01:04:13

Paul Konigstein of Mission First Finance explains each staff member's role, ranging from the twelve ways every executive director should be involved in the organization's finances, to the three things every receptionist should do. 

Launching a Nonprofit Organization: Business Plans for Start-Ups

Business Plans
Mar 06, 2012  
01:41:51

Moderator, Danielle Lanyard, guides the conversation about using business plans to build a sustainable charitable organization between two knowledgeable founders and executive directors of nonprofits.

Outcome Measurement: What Do Fundraisers Need to Know?

Outcome Measurement
Jul 12, 2012  
01:20:05

Julia Bator, the Chief Executive Officer at Fund for Public Schools, moderates the discussion at this Foundation Center special event that focuses on how to measure and evaluate your organization's impact and outcomes.

So You Want to Be an Executive Director? What It Really Takes to Lead a Nonprofit Organization

ED
Mar 28, 2012  
01:22:24

Rae Linefsky from C3 Consulting moderates the discussion about leadership capacity. Panelists include David Garza of Henry Street Settlement, Linda Lausell Bryant of Inwood House, and Julie Shapiro of The Door.

Inspiring Federal Employees to Support Your Nonprofit

CFC
Jul 18, 2012  
01:04:14

Director of the director of the New York City Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), Mary Ann Sallas, gives an overview of the CFC and presented approved ways for nonprofit development professionals to take advantage of this collective fundraising campaign.

Tom McLaughlin on Joint Programming

Tom McLaughlin
Aug 20, 2012  
00:04:12

Tom McLaughlin, author of Nonprofit Mergers & Alliances, answers questions about joint programming.

Nonprofit Collaboration Agreements, Contracts, and MOUs

Collaboration agreements
Apr 12, 2012  
01:14:28

John Marzulli and Stephen Besen of Shearman & Sterling LLP address the main technicalities that you need to know about when putting your collaboration into writing. This program was presented in collaboration with New York Lawyers for the Public Interest.