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Small Business Center Seminars & Workshop


Diversified Funding Strategies for Successful Nonprofits - March 12 I 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

This workshop is a game changer for board members or staff members who are ready to develop the new, diverse funding streams needed to sustain and grow the organization. Participants will evaluate the pros and cons of diversified funding, best practices for new capacity building opportunities, the primary elements of successful fundraising, and time management skills needed to navigate a new world of resource development. At the end of this session, you will be able to: Understand how diversified funding streams contribute to long-term sustainability and success, Identify new ways to generate the resources and dollars you need to support and grow your programs, projects and /or services. Explain the characteristics of and best practices for successful fundraising Avoid common pitfalls when tackling multiple funding streams simultaneously. Gain time management techniques needed to juggle fundraising on multiple fronts.

Cost: FREE

Location

Cole Auditorium
RichmondCC's Main Campus

Register Here

Phone - (910) 410-1687
Email - wofarrah@richmondcc.edu


Donor Relations that Build Donor retention - March 12 I 1 - 4 p.m.

Participants in this workshop will engage in conversations and focus on increasing the levels of giving to their cause. At the end of this session, you will be able to: Understand the role relationship-building plays in a non-profit’s fundraising success. Practice strategies for productive interactions with donors and potential donors. Develop strategies to generate actions from your donor base. Identify methods for ongoing communication with your donors to build lasting relationships.

Cost: FREE

Location

Cole Auditorium
RichmondCC's Main Campus

Register Here

Phone - (910) 410-1687
Email - wofarrah@richmondcc.edu


Proactive  Grant Writing - March 13 I 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

This Seminar reviews the questions non-profits need to answer prior to searching and applying for grant funds, outlines the 7 basic elements of most proposals, and shows participants how to match their needs to funder priorities. Participants focus on the major questions that need to be answered prior to a grant application and incorporating these answers into research and ultimately a competitive proposal.

Cost: FREE

Location

Cole Auditorium
RichmondCC's Main Campus

Register Here

Phone - (910) 410-1687
Email - wofarrah@richmondcc.edu

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