Blog posts tagged with Event recaps
“Talk about intersectionality: too poor, too black, too gay. For all these folk, somebody always thinks they deserve more than them.” LaTosha Brown challenged the audience at Foundation Center Cleveland's Rising Tide Remix to get uncomfortable and to examine who makes them so. Read the recap of this event.
Is your nonprofit's legal house in order? Review this checklist from Carrie Garber Siegrist, an Associate in Venable's Nonprofit Organizations and Political Law Practice Groups.
A common refrain among executive directors is that board members aren’t involved enough in fundraising. Fundraising, however, is one of the fundamental responsibilities of a board member. Here are a few ideas for board members to get more comfortable with fundraising.
You are one person operating with limited resources. Your time will be better spent, and your organization better served, if you can do a handful of important tasks well, rather than fruitlessly attempting to juggle a thousand things at once.
Setting up an effective major gifts program in your institution may be a challenge, but there’s no reason for it to seem impossible. Here are four myths that Armando dispelled with ample humor at Foundation Center San Francisco’s Open House last month.
Remember these key elements when crafting a grant proposal, according to Miyesha Perry, Manager of Grants and Administration at the Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation. This is a recap of a special program at Foundation Center Washington D.C.
People are 17 times more likely to email a friend a link to a video than a link to an article. As a “megaphone for your message,” video are just as important as websites to connect with potential donors or participants. Benjamin Packard, founder of Retainer Media, a boutique video production company that works with nonprofits and social enterprises, provides tips for novices in this event recap.
Thinking about running a crowdfunding campaign for your nonprofit idea or project? Matt Fieldman, CEO of digital marketing firm Rockit Results, offered five questions for your decision-making process in this recap of a Foundation Center Cleveland event in December 2014.
Nonprofits need to focus on communicating impact with donors all year long, not just as a means to meet year-end goals. This recap of a session presented by Bill Mountcastle, President & Principal Advisor at Health Philanthropy Services Group, LLC, explains why.
What are the key ingredients for a successful house party? On June 8, 2011, author, community organizer, and veteran fundraiser Andy Robinson visited the Foundation Center to discuss what it takes to put together a house party that brings in plenty of donations while showing guests a great time. Here are a few of his tips from the seminar, Bringing Down the House: How to Plan a Fundraising House Party.