Nonprofit organizations continue to experience the far-reaching impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, specifically declining revenue streams, limited staff, and not enough resources to meet increased service demands. Many existing nonprofits are currently evaluating merging with larger nonprofits, turnaround, or termination in the year ahead. At the same time, around 60,000 new nonprofit organizations are just getting started creating a unique intersection between startup and established organizations.
Grant readiness has a direct impact on the success and sustainability of nonprofits no matter what stage of the nonprofit lifecycle they are in.
But what does it mean to be grant-ready?
How do you know when you are?
What is the cost if you’re not?
Join NOPI - Nonprofit Incubator and Dr. Beverly A. Browning (Dr. Bev), CSPF as we provide specific action steps every nonprofit must take to become fundable. Information provided will set the foundation to begin or return to a state of growth.
You will learn how to rate your nonprofit organization on a variety of organizational and grantseeking readiness capacity-related elements:
Leadership Capacity - the ability of organizational leaders to inspire, prioritize, make decisions, provide direction, and innovate.
Adaptive Capacity - the ability of a nonprofit organization to monitor, assess, and respond to internal and external changes.
Management Capacity - the ability of a nonprofit organization to ensure the effective and efficient use of organizational resources.
Operational Capacity - the ability of a nonprofit organization to implement key organizational and programmatic functions.
Nonprofit CEOs, Executive Directors, Upper Management
When you register for this event, you will receive:
a full recording,
associated handout(s), if applicable