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Federal Grant Compliance for Executive Directors
  • Tuesday, January 21
  • Webinar
Rex Porter

Please join Rex Porter, CEO of Porter Group LLC, for this detailed session covering key aspects of understanding and applying federal grant compliance practices under 2 CFR 200. Mr. Porter will provide hands-on, useful insights and recommendations for nonprofit executive directors and other leaders in understanding and applying this critically important topic. These detailed compliance topics are found in few other webinars or without attending days of training.

How to Make Your Nonprofit More Efficient
  • Wednesday, January 22
  • Webinar
Chris Martinez

In this time of shrinking resources, impact investing, “informed” donors and talk of recession, we all need strategies to further our mission with a lean, focused approach to our work. There are systems and success stories that can be relied upon. Please join Chris Martinez as he addresses how to manage expectations, identify where to be more efficient, honor mission and goals and build both a system and consensus around the endeavor.

UBI Pitfalls: Don’t Lose Your Tax Exemption
  • Thursday, January 23
  • Webinar
Zachary Kester

As a nonprofit leader, learn how to avoid UBI pitfalls and risk losing your organization’s crucial tax exemption.

Volunteers Working for Nonprofits: Understanding the Legal Risks
  • Tuesday, January 28
  • Webinar
Robert Gregg

Please join Bob Gregg, attorney at law, as he goes step-by-step through the requirements that govern nonprofit use of volunteers.

How to Improve Donor Retention
  • Wednesday, January 29
  • Webinar
Danya Jordan

Please join 25-year fundraising veteran Danya Jordan as she provides best practices on increasing major donors and your donor retention percentage, and shows you practical ways to apply these trends and increase major funding to your organization in this fiscal year! Whether you're a new Donor Development officer, seasoned Executive, President of your organization or Board member, this session will put ideas and strategies forward for raising new and substantial funding to accomplish your vision/mission.

How to Raise Money When Giving Is Down
  • Thursday, January 30
  • Webinar
Linda Lysakowski

Please join Linda Lysakowski as she helps you identify fundraising avenues you may not have explored previously. One of these is sponsorships and partnerships with your local business community. Another might be generating income from fees for services. And, you might be leaving money on the table from your existing donors.

Grant Assessment Matrix: How To Find The Right Funding In Less Time
  • Tuesday, February 4
  • Webinar
Melanie Lambert

In this valuable webinar, leading grant writing expert Melanie Lambert will help you identify qualified prospects, streamline your research, and develop more effective grant requests.

Nonprofit Leadership Transitions: Putting the Success in Succession
  • Wednesday, February 5
  • Webinar
Dustin Johnson

In this practical webinar, nonprofit leader Dustin Johnson will use specific, real-world examples to give you and your nonprofit a strategic and methodical framework for a successful leadership transition.

On Demand

Federal and State Filing Requirements for Nonprofits
  • On-demand
Zachary Kester

This webinar will provide you with comprehensive guidance on the nonprofit’s filing requirements, an overview of the important deadlines, and an understanding of the consequences of failing to follow the rules.

Nonprofit HR: Policies and Procedures You Need to Know
  • On-demand
Lynn Ivey

Please join Lynn Ivey as she provides step-by-step information to create your nonprofit’s personnel policies and procedures that strike the right balance between providing guidance and structure without backing you into a corner. Learn how you can “lay down the law” to your staff, while covering all the legal bases and day-to-day expectations.

Nonprofit Executive Director Certification Training Program
  • On-demand
Marilyn L. Donnellan

The Nonprofit Executive Director Certification Program: Essential Training for an Essential Position is a comprehensive series that allows both new and more seasoned executive directors the opportunity to increase practical knowledge, enhance core competencies and gain invaluable skills for nonprofit leadership. The program combines a broad overview of executive director responsibilities and duties with a detailed, in-depth explanation of the strategies, policies and procedures required to implement and oversee nonprofit programming, ensure sustainability, manage risk, and increase donor support.

Your Guide to Solving Compliance Issues
  • On-demand
Myron Steeves

Please join attorney Myron Steeves, who has provided legal services to charities for 25 years, as he shares the 20 most common legal mistakes made by charities, and how to fix them.

Are You Still Struggling to Understand UPMIFA Rules?
  • On-demand
Zachary Kester

Many nonprofits don’t realize that there are many rules around how donations should be handled, whether they can be refunded, and how to know donor intent. This can result in extremely sticky situations. There are also myriad rules around investing assets, managing grant funds and donor-restricted funds, and the process to vary from a donor’s stated intent when the intent becomes impractical or impossible.

Strategic Plans: Developing and Implementing
  • On-demand
Lynn Ivey

Please join Lynn Ivey, nonprofit consultant, as she explores ways to design, develop and implement a strategic planning process that prepares your organization for both the present and the future.

How to Prepare for and Respond to an Economic Downturn
  • On-demand
Dustin Johnson

This webinar will help nonprofit leaders understand the current economic environment, review past downturns and their impact on giving, help board members and fundraising staff prepare for a potential recession, and provide tips to ensure your organization is well-positioned to respond to a potential downturn.

Volunteer Metrics: Measuring Success
  • On-demand
Lynn Ivey

Please join Lynn Ivey, nonprofit consultant, as she explores practical and adaptable metrics to measure the impact of your volunteers and the success of your volunteer program. Volunteer metrics are an important tool that enhances your credibility and provides key information for decision-making and strategic planning—see how to make it work for you.