Dr. Robert Fischer of Case Western Reserve University discusses why program evaluation is important, as well as some of the pitfalls that can occur.
Author Gigi Rosenberg shares top tips from her new book, The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing: How to Find Funds and Write Foolproof Proposals for the Visual, Literary, and Performing Artist, which is designed to help artists navigate the process of pursuing funding for their work.
Elaine Luttrull, Director of Financial Analysis at The Juilliard School, lays out the “Who”, “What”, “When”, “Why”, and “How” of budgeting for nonprofits. This presentation was presented in collaboration with the Arts and Business Council of New York.
Professionals from the William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation, The Saint Luke’s Foundation, Deaconess Community Foundation and Nordson Corporation Foundation engage in a panel conversation discussing ways to improve your playbook and give your team the edge for scoring a Site Visit Touchdown.
Tom McLaughlin, founder of McLaughlin and Associates and author of Nonprofit Mergers & Alliances, answers audience questions and provides insight into the ways in which nonprofit organizations can collaborate.
John A. La Rocca, vice president and chief operating officer of the Rensselaerville Institute, discusses how nonprofit organizations can develop frameworks for tracking the outcomes and impact of their work.
Rachel Epps Spears, Executive Director, Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta shares the pros and cons of having a fiscal sponsor and what organizations can do to avoid potential problems when entering into a fiscal sponsorship agreement.
Wendy Stewart, Senior Vice President and Senior Client Manager at Bank of America and Rachel Epps Spears, Executive Director, Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta discuss financial recordkeeping and reporting, investment policies, and internal controls to help nonprofits remain financially fit.
Cass Brewer, a partner at Morris, Manning & Martin, explains the nuts and bolts of the low-profit limited liability company (L3C), which is a cross between a non-profit and a for-profit. It is a new form of business enterprise that is specifically designed to further a socially beneficial mission and, in the right circumstances, can qualify as a program-related investment for foundations.
Lillian Kuri, Program Director for Architecture, Urban Design and Sustainable Development at The Cleveland Foundation, discusses the past, current and future urban planning projects of the Cleveland Foundation.
Learn the essential information and practical tools needed to ensure a successful collaboration. Erik Speakman highlights keys to organizational sustainability for arts and cultural organizations.
Lisa Tuttle, Public Art Program Education and Outreach Coordinator, Fulton County Arts Council, discusses how to write a well-developed, clear and organized public art proposal. This presentation offers insight into the proposal writing and commission selection process.