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Charitable nonprofits are required to comply with a wide array of federal and state laws and regulations. Nonprofit staff and board members, attorneys, CPAs, and consultants will get a better understanding of the common nonprofit legal compliance policies, rules, and issues that affect nonprofit organizations.
A One-Hour Crash Course in Legal Compliance for Nonprofits – Ed Chaney and David Heinen
This session offers an opportunity for conference participants to hear insights from business leaders about trends and issues in supporting North Carolina’s nonprofit sector. Topics may include: opportunities and issues in supporting nonprofits during the pandemic; equity and inclusion; business and nonprofit opportunities and partnerships; sponsorship changes in these virtual times; the future of business support for nonprofits.
Recording length: 1 hour, 14 minutes
You’ve grown your legacy program, you have an impressive pipeline of donors interested and considering leaving a legacy gift to your wonderful organization and now comes the big moment: THE ASK!
There is a big misconception that soliciting for a legacy gift is the same as asking for a major gift. Nothing could be further from the truth. While there are some similarities, the approach, lead up, and what happens next is quite different.
This program is designed to strengthen the financial resilience of nonprofit organizations in North Carolina. Intended for both funders and nonprofit leaders, the program will begin with an introduction to the concept of “full cost” funding and budgeting as strategies to support nonprofit financial health. Full cost goes beyond programmatic budgeting to include things like having working capital to pay bills on time and having reserves to manage risks or opportunities.
Alyson Stoffer, Director of Development, TLC and President, AFP Triangle
Eight months ago, I became a new director of development. The timing was great. I had a month and a half under my belt at the beginning of a pandemic where the next days and months were certain and manageable. Just in time to start putting together my first budget, inclusive of what to do about our organization’s largest source of philanthropic dollars: in-person events. Everything was fine.
Has your organization emerged from the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis with its funding sources intact? Have you received feedback that your results are unclear or not meaningful? Presenter Andy Coe with Convergent Nonprofit Solutions will provide steps to move towards sustainable, ROI-driven investment, including:
- Understanding the donor vs. investor difference
- Identifying your most fundable outcomes
- How to pivot your fundraising efforts for success
This Nonprofit Learning Lab* resource entitled, Creating a Fundraising Plan: Step-by-Step Guidebook, offers an in depth review of the process to create a fundraising plan, fundraising strategies, details on how to draft a plan and sample templates. This guidebook also includes activities and worksheets to help staff, board members, and fundraising committee members with developing their fundraising plan.
While nonprofits know their fundraising will be impacted by COVID-19, many are not sure how to respond. The pandemic comes during a time when many nonprofits had ramped up their fundraising efforts to cash in on the record levels of charitable giving. Worst still, is if their fundraising was based on events that are now off limits due to social distancing.