Last year America’s businesses gave $21.1 billion to charities — 18 percent more than in 2020 – as many companies adjusted their giving in response to the crises. It’s difficult to know if the generosity and the new priorities will remain, especially as the economy sends conflicting signals.
How can your nonprofit appeal to companies — and tap into corporate dollars – in uncertain times?
Join us to get insider tips from an executive at the Levi Strauss Foundation and a nonprofit that significantly expanded its corporate support in the past two years despite the crises.
They’ll explain how to connect with corporate grant makers, pitch your cause in compelling ways, and cultivate potential new partners.
Plus, you’ll learn creative ways to engage corporate employees and deepen ties with these grant makers — virtually.
You’ll learn how to:
- Present a powerful case for support to corporate grant makers
- Find businesses interested in your mission and make initial contact
- Engage companies in ways that are beneficial to both organizations
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Director of Communications and Operations
Levi Strauss Foundation
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Originally Aired: September 29, 2022
This webinar is worth 1.25 CFRE credits.