Celebrating Black History in the Midst of a Public Health Crisis

Jeanne C. Tedrow, President & CEO, North Carolina Center for Nonprofits

This year, we celebrate Black History Month as we look to the future and hope for this pandemic to pass. With focus on the COVID-19 vaccine and the hope it brings to our communities, it is noteworthy that one of the first people to introduce the practice of inoculation to America was Onesimus, an enslaved Black man from the Massachusetts colony.

Seven Questions to Answer Before You Make Your Ask

While written to help nonprofit leaders think strategically about public policy advocacy, these seven steps are useful to follow when developing fundraising asks, internal programmatic or organizational policy proposals, or other kinds of requests.


What outcome do you want? Are there short-term steps that will help you reach that ultimate goal?

Stating your mission may help to introduce your organization to your audience, but it helps your audience if you offer a specific step they can take right now.


Reboot Your Calendar: Strategies for Phasing in Your Fundraising

The pandemic has reshaped your fundraising strategy, whether you have been actively fundraising during the past few months or you need to start getting back up to speed. As North Carolina reopens in phases, nonprofits are taking a similar phased approach to their fundraising activities. Join Mary Moss, Kim Glenn, and Jeanne Murray from moss+ross llc for an interactive discussion with tips and examples that will help you reboot your fundraising in phases.


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