“Digital Trends” sounds like an issue only affecting large organizations. Not so. This webinar will cover 8 trends that small nonprofits and charities should consider and look to incorporate into both their online and offline fundraising strategies.
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Nonprofit organizations have become increasingly social over the past decade, whether they are cultivating a dedicated Facebook following or blazing a trail on new networks such as Snapchat. While part of social media’s initial appeal was the potential to reach your audience without tapping into a limited budget, the growing popularity and changing algorithms of popular networks have made it difficult to keep your cause at the top of supporters’ newsfeeds. That said, nonprofit organizations have never been a group to back down from a challenge.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s (FASB’s) new revenue recognition standards will take effect for most nonprofit organizations in 2019. These regulations create a new model for a core nonprofit activity: generating resources for your mission. Join Spencer Kemmeling, Blackbaud subject matter expert, for a practical look at how to adapt your processes to the new standards. He’ll discuss the impact on financial operations, including processes and control revisions, contract term management, and evolving technology requirements.
The Tipping Point Community is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty in the Bay Area. To do this it establishes long-term, strategic relationships with its grantees. To help grantees succeed, Tipping Point provides both unrestricted funds and extensive training and support so that grantees can approach and manage all key functions, including partnerships in a truly strategic way. Canal Alliance, a long-term Tipping Point grantee, provides sustained wraparound services with the goal of alleviating poverty in Marin County.