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Upcoming Events



Understanding the Basics of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Your Nonprofit

Date: Wednesday, September 23
Time:
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Virtual event via GoToMeeting
Cost: FREE

It’s important for nonprofits to talk about integrating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) concepts into the organizational culture. This workshop will provide an understanding of DEI components, including common terminology. It will also explore options for starting a DEI discussion with board and staff and steps toward developing organizational policies.

Presented by Susan Weinrich, Senior Vice President, Organizational & Community Development at NYCON.

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The Art of the Legacy Ask

Date: Thursday, October 1
Time: 
AFP webinars begin at noon and last approximately 60 minutes
Location: Webinar will be held via Zoom
Cost: Webinars are FREE for AFP members or $10 for non-members

You’ve grown your legacy program, you have an impressive pipeline of donors interested in leaving a legacy gift and now comes the big moment: THE ASK! This webinar will explain how legacy and major gift asks differ. It will also explore how the research on donor decision-making can help create a deeply personal and successful legacy ask.

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The State of Online Fundraising 2020

Date: Thursday, October 15
Time:  AFP webinars begin at noon and last approximately 60 minutes
Location: Webinar will be held via Zoom
Cost: Webinars are FREE for AFP members or $10 for non-members

This webinar will analyze the state of nonprofit online fundraising and marketing, including the latest industry benchmarks, trends and successes. In addition to exploring the top challenges nonprofits face online and how to overcome them, the session will examine where nonprofits are thriving online and what’s next for digital engagement and fundraising.

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Nonprofit Marketing 101 Workshop and Panel Discussion

Date: Thursday, October 22
Time:
Presentation from 9 to 11 a.m.
Location: TBD
Cost: FREE

Join The Community Foundation and a panel of local nonprofit marketing practitioners as we discuss best practices for nonprofit marketing. The session will explore successful audience engagement, making the most of marketing dollars, and the complementary relationship between marketing and development. It will also discuss social media, email and multimedia strategies. Presenters to be announced.

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Celebrating Your Mission in December and Stewarding the Donor in 2021

Date: Thursday, November 5
Time:  AFP webinars begin at noon and last approximately 60 minutes
Location: Webinar will be held via Zoom
Cost: Webinars are FREE for AFP members or $10 for non-members

The end-of-year “season of giving” is the perfect time to attract new donors and engage annual supporters by sharing your mission. This webinar discusses using a successful year-end campaign to set the pace for a 2021 stewardship plan, looking at how to create an effective donor-centric plan that keeps repeat donors involved and turns first-time givers into sustained donors.

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Nonprofit Leadership Evaluation: Making the Most of Your Board and ED

Date: Tuesday, November 17
Time:
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Virtual event via GoToMeeting
Cost: FREE

Organizational development is an ongoing process of reflection, learning, and intentional planning. Evaluation of the board and executive director are important components of building a strong leadership team and improving organizational impact. This presentation will discuss approaches and tools for evaluating the board and Executive Director.

Presented by Susan Weinrich, Senior Vice President, Organizational & Community Development at NYCON.

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Is Prospect Research Invasive? The Ethics and Process of Prospect Research and Data Management

Date: Thursday, December 3
Time:  AFP webinars begin at noon and last approximately 60 minutes
Location: Webinar will be held via Zoom
Cost: Webinars are FREE for AFP members or $10 for non-members

With data breaches in the news prompting security concerns, and the growing number of new data privacy laws, is traditional fundraising prospect research still relevant and appropriate? What’s the impact on fundraising tactics and donor data management? This session will explore these new realities, discussing the ethics surrounding them and how best to use and manage data effectively.

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