By Rob Meiksins, CEO Life just changed for us who work in the nonprofit sector. We're all facing the unknown, and the unknown can be scary.
The nonprofit leaders I've been talking with are scared of the possible repeal of the Affordable Care Act and threats to public education and social services. Will we start seeing funding for nonprofits dry up as government is shrunk and taxes are reduced?
There are things we can do to make a difference right now — as nonprofit leaders, as businesspeople, and as community members. Here are 5 positive things we can do in the face of the scary unknown.
Fund Development Certificate Program Module 4 Thursday, December 8 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
View demonstrations of live database samples in action that will equip you to think deeply about the information you have, and what you need to collect and maintain. Information includes content from your organization’s database, publicly available information (much of which people put on the internet themselves), and vendor-provided wealth rankings. Propel your larger gift efforts by focusing your attention on the data you collect and maintain.
Instructor: Sarah Bernstein, Principal Consultant, Philanthrodata