Don't dip your toe into corporate sponsorship- DIVE IN! Michael C. Savino discusses how to understand the business goals of potential corporate sponsors, and whether your nonprofit can support those goals. Be sure to join him for his encore presentation of Sponsorship for Nonprofits: Putting a Price Tag on What You Do on July 29!
After more than 15 years in Foundation Center’s regional director’s chair, I am excited to share with you the news that I will be taking the next step in my career at the Center.
Communication is a team effort! Whether they know it or not, your team is constantly representing your organization. Learn how to empower your colleagues to be effective messengers with these tips from Eric Jacobson, of Proaireton Consulting.
Tuesday, July 14:
Wednesday, July 15:
Introduction to Proposal Writing OFFSITE IN BERKELEY (REGISTRATION CLOSED)
WEBINAR Introduction to Proposal Writing
Thursday, July 16:
Missed our panel on corporate philanthropy giving trends? Not to worry! We've got it on replay for you with a few interesting points marked for convenient viewing!
We were joined by:
Patty Nation, Director of Global Corporate and Community Engagement for Xilinx, Inc.
Cecily Joseph, Vice President of Corporate Responsibility and Chief Diversity Officer, Symantec Corporation
and Juliana Deans, Manager of Corporate Responsibility, Silicon Valley Community Foundation
for an insider’s look at corporate philanthropy giving trends in Silicon Valley and the Greater Bay Area, particularly focusing on education funding trends.
If you're looking to raise money for a good cause without the extravagance of a full-on gala, having a house party can be great as a simpler, more intimate alternative.
Whether solving a Rubik’s Cube or developing a millennial engagement strategy, each requires the recognition that you’re dealing with a new kind of puzzle with its own tricks and quirks. So, what are the tricks for how to solve the millennial engagement puzzle?
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Why might a well-rounded, thoughtful organization struggle to attract the kind of support they needed to stay afloat? It could be a matter of knowing too much.