The Laws of Fundraising

Nonprofits are continually innovating new ways to fundraise and increase revenue, while the laws regulating fundraisers are catching up. In this webinar you will learn about new developments in fundraising regulation and how to stay compliant while also helping your organization grow and sustain itself financially.

Date/Time: April 3, 2024, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Fee: $30

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Grant Funding Masterclass for Nonprofits

Responding to the need for increased capacity among nonprofit organizations to apply for and win grant awards, the Adelphi Center for Nonprofit Leadership is offering a comprehensive workshop series titled “Grant Funding Masterclass for Nonprofits:

From Applications to Outcomes” for anyone interested in gaining advanced skills in grantsmanship.

When:

January 23: Strategic Fund Development

February 6: Program Planning

February 20: Grant Writing for Success

March 5: Post-Award Implementation

March 19: Building Lasting Relationships with Funders

Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm EST

Where: Zoom

Fee: $825.00

Limited scholarships are available for registrants from the Hudson Valley area. Contact Diane Wunderlich at dwunderlich@adelphi.edu to get more information.

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The Laws of Fundraising

Nonprofits are continually innovating new ways to fundraise and increase revenue, while the laws regulating fundraisers are catching up. In this webinar, you will learn about new developments in fundraising regulation and how to stay compliant while also helping your organization grow and sustain itself financially.

Date: November 1, 2023

Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET

Location: Webinar

Price: $30

Speaker(s) name & organization: Alexandra E. Kilduff, Esq., Pro Bono Partnership

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Nonprofits and the Art of the Earmark

To determine if your nonprofit wants to pursue an earmark – and how to do so – Independent Sector is sharing three webinar recordings on “Nonprofits and the art of the earmark,” available at no cost, and presented by Steve Taylor, Principal at Integer, a consulting firm focused on economic and nonprofit policy. Congressionally directed spending (“earmarks”) gives nonprofits the opportunity to tap into a new and one-time source of federal money to support their work serving people in communities.

Webinar topics include a high-level overview of earmarks; new General Accountability Office data and implications; and new bipartisan policy data and implications.

For questions about the series, contact Taylor directly at staylor@integerpolicy.com, or click here to read more.

Webinar Part 1: A high-level overview of earmarks

Webinar Part 2: Covering new General Accountability Office (GAO) data and implications

Webinar Part 3: Covering new bipartisan policy data and implications