The Covid-19 pandemic has forced nonprofits and grant-making organizations to reconsider every aspect of how they operate. Leaders face extremely difficult decisions, such as how to re-imagine key fundraising events, whether to lay off workers, and how to determine the immediate, near-term, and long-term needs of their organizations and the communities they serve.
How is the crisis changing organizations, fundraising, philanthropy, and donor relations? What can we learn from the recent past, and what steps can nonprofits take to survive and even improve?
Join the Chronicle of Philanthropy and our expert guests on May 19 as we tackle some of the toughest issues nonprofits face right now.
You’ll get insights from a wealth manager who works closely with high-net-worth donors, a program officer from a large foundation, a veteran fundraising executive, and an expert on measuring outcomes and conveying impact.
During this 60-minute webinar, they will answer your questions and help you:
- Understand how to manage your endowment investments during the economic freefall
- Connect with major donors and grant makers
- Evaluate programs and prioritize those that can best ensure your nonprofit’s future.
YOLANDA F. JOHNSON
President, YFJ Consulting
President, Women In Development, New York
President, The Alford Group
Vice-Chair, The Giving Institute
Program Officer, Arts and Culture
The Heinz Endowments
Client Strategist and Author
Founder and Chief Consultant, Innovations Quantified (IQ)
Board Chair, Association of Nonprofit Specialists
This webinar is worth 1 CFRE credit.