Upcoming Online Sessions
NAO offers practical, affordable learning and convening programs in a variety of formats, including conferences, resource round-ups, informational sessions and mini-workshops through webinars, and deeper-dive learning through virtual learning cohorts. We have added quite a few new session for April and May. Please scroll through and sign-up today!
Renewing Your Strategy and Readying Your Nonprofit for a Capital Campaign
Tuesday, April 13, 10 – 11 a.m. PT | Presenter: Mike Westby, Westby Associates, Inc.
Learn how to develop and assess long-term vision goals and determine whether a capital campaign is appropriate and timely as a strategic initiative for your organization. More details and registration information here.
Nonprofit Business Adaptation & Financial Strategy for 2021
Thursday, April 15, 10 – Noon PT | Presenter: Scott Schaffer, PIMG
In this two-hour session, we will help nonprofit leaders visualize and chart a financial strategy to proactively address the short- and longer-term impacts of the crisis that continues into 2021. Participants will develop a conceptual framework to pave a pathway toward financial sustainability amid uncertainty. More details and registration information here.
The Future of Fundraising Events in 2021 and Beyond
Tuesday, April 27, 10 – 11 a.m. PT | Presenter: Samantha Swaim, Swaim Strategies
The transition to virtual fundraising has been a year of learning. In this session, we will share the good, the bad, and the key strategic learnings. If you have a virtual event coming up, we'll give you the key strategic elements you need in place to be successful. More details and registration information here.
Creating Inclusion for the Visible & Invisible Members of the LGBTQ+ Community
Thursday, April 29, 10 – 11 a.m. PT | Presented by: Kaig Lightner, Quantum Gender
Take a deep dive into the assumptions that we all make as a result of our society's reliance on the gender binary system. If you are interested in developing a greater understanding of ways you and your organization can be more supportive and affirming of transgender and non-binary members of the LGBTQ+ community, this session is for you. More details and registration information here.
Building Effective Budgets for Your Nonprofit Organization
Tuesday, May 4, 10 – 11 a.m. PT | Presenter: Todd Kimball, CFO Selections
A budget is often a guide to help nonprofits plan for the future or evaluate its financial health. Explore specific budget building methodologies that work the best and how to achieve a collaborative, well-conceived, and impactful tool for the organization. This will be especially timely for organizations who have a June 30 Financial Year End. More details and registration information here.
Different Ways to Present and Communicate Your Financial Statements
Wednesday, May 12, 10 – 11 a.m. PT | Presenter: Erin Zollenkopf, SMJ
Financial statements help you understand the work of a nonprofit; they paint a story with numbers. See different ways to present financial information to communicate your story and help users including the board, management, and funders understand the work and the financial picture of your organization. More details and registration information here.
Creating a Strong Volunteer Program for Small, Rural Nonprofits
April 12 through May 10, Noon – 1:15 p.m. PT | Facilitator: Jess Hampton, NAO
Are you a small, rural nonprofit that utilizes volunteers but doesn’t have a robust system for recruitment and retention? Join a group of your peers for this five-session interactive series that will help you create a strong volunteer program that provides a framework for organizational success and benchmarks for volunteer engagement and satisfaction. More details and registration information here.
Building a Robust Financial Strategy: Cohort Group for Nonprofit Executive Directors
April 29 through May 27, 8 – 9:15 a.m. PT | Facilitator: Scott Schaffer, PIMG
Are you an executive director wrestling with the financial implications of a year of great uncertainty? Learn how to define and gauge financial performance, address business model challenges, right-size your staff and programs, invest in the people who drive your organization’s success and enhance your financial leadership role. More details and registration information here.