Communities are engaged when they play a meaningful role in the decision-making and implementation of programs and services. Join us for a lively panel discussion where our guests share case studies highlighting innovative community engagement strategies and recommendations for leaders looking to move from intention to impact.
Financial Resiliency: Methods for building a financially sustainable organization aligned with your goals
In this webinar, we discuss how to weave together our financial planning with our organizational planning to achieve and sustain our goals. Some of the topics we cover include building reserves, program-based budgeting, program sustainability, scenario planning, and strategic grant budgets.
We’re all struggling to feel and stay healthy right now, including our supporters. Fundraising professionals have the burden of ensuring that their organizations are financially healthy, as well, and have the necessary funds to do their work despite what’s happening in the rest of the world. Fundraising is a fairly static field, with many tried […]
Engaged staff members who feel not only seen but valued for their diverse perspectives and experiences are more likely to innovate, take on challenges, stay on the job, and work as a team. These essential qualities make all the difference when it comes to increasing your impact and building the inclusive movement we collectively seek […]
We’re all striving to build strong, effective organizations with successful programs, talented staff, and financial sustainability. So what makes some organizations healthier and more effective than others? What are the key drivers of success? How does dominant culture, or white culture, define success in an organization? In this webinar, we run through TREC’s Organizational Effectiveness model, […]
In this webinar, Rev. angel, who was called, “one of our wisest voices on social evolution and the spiritual aspect of social healing” by On Being’s Krista Tippet, will explore the intersection of race, love, and liberation, which is the focus of her renown book, Radical Dharma.
One of the simplest and most common ways to leave a lasting legacy is by leaving a planned gift. During this webinar, we review the many vehicles for leaving a lasting legacy, including Bequests, Charitable Gift Annuities, Life Income Gifts, and Donor Advised Funds. We also spend some time reviewing the most important pieces for your planned giving program. Help your donors understand how they can support the work that you do long into the future to create a lasting legacy.
The 2020 U.S. presidential election was always supposed to be a bruising contest with a handful of states determining the winner based on a razor-thin margin of votes. If history is any indication, nonprofits will play a critical role in nonpartisan voter engagement and education. In this webinar, learn more about what your organization can do before, during, and even after Election Day.
Change is a constant in our organizations. More often than not, our organizations are reacting or responding to a situation that requires change, and we can’t give it our full attention or reap lasting benefits. In this webinar, learn how to proactively address change in a way that supports your values and vision, rather than feeling reactive and disempowered. You will walk away with a better understanding of how to design successful organizational change.
Major Gifts are likely to be some of the largest gifts you receive outside of grants. So what is a Major Gift? And how does major donor cultivation and solicitation differ from smaller individual gifts? Join us as we answer these questions and outline the 5-steps you can take to developing a successful major gifts program.