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.
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.
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.
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.
How does the Jewish Federation of Cleveland work? How can your organization reach out to the federation and build relationships with the foundations involved?
How do you apply to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland? What types of support does the federation offer?
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.
Tom McLaughlin, author of Nonprofit Mergers & Alliances, answers questions about joint programming.
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.
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.
Tom McLaughlin, author of Nonprofit Mergers & Alliances, answers questions about mergers and acquisitions.
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.
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 (author of Nonprofit Mergers & Alliances and the vice president of national customized services at the Nonprofit Finance Fund) answers questions about administrative collaborations. This is the first video of a three part series where Tom McLaughlin answers questions about different types of nonprofit collaborations.
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.
Learn from a panel of grantmakers about STEM funding in the Bay Area.
Laura Butzel and Jean Tom from Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP discuss common legal issues that arise when starting a new nonprofit. Presented in collaboration with New York Lawyers for the Public Interest.
Jill Paulsen, director of grants programs from Cuyahoga Arts and Culture (CAC), shares three key practices that prospective grantees should engage in.
A panel of Bay Area grantmakers discuss timely topics in philanthropy after the 2012 Council on Foundations conference.
Learn about recent changes to the Saint Luke's Foundation's grantmaking from LaTida Smith, Vice President, Programs, Outcomes and Learning.
Find out how nonprofits are collaborating, what's motivating them, and how foundations are supporting them.
A panel of grantmakers from institutions that support health and human services organizations share best practices in working with foundations during challenging economic times.
Daniel Stid, Partner at The Bridgespan Group, shares key findings from the recent report, "View from the Cliff: Government-Funded Nonprofits Are Looking Out on Steep Cuts and an Uncertain Future."
Bruce Sievers leads a panel discussion on how nonprofits and philanthropy can address civil society's role in holding democracy together.
Please fasten your seatbelts and prepare to learn the skills that will help your nonprofit succeed. Welcome aboard!