Wed, Feb 24 | This is an online event with ZOOM.

2021 Rethinking Revenue Series: Nonprofit Trends & Actions for the Year Ahead

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Time & Location

Feb 24, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM EST
This is an online event with ZOOM.

About the Event

With the devastating impact of COVID-19 on our economy and public health, nonprofits have had to shift quickly to answer the call of their communities. To better understand those challenges and prepare for the year ahead, we conducted a survey of nonprofits leaders about their top priorities in 2021. 

We’ll share the survey results on the top trends in 2021 and tips from our panel of nonprofit financial, social innovation, fundraising, and digital marketing experts on actions to take in 2021. You’ll hear useful insights to rethink revenue generation and digital marketing to fit new norms, innovation to adapt your services and deliver more value, and ways to improve your bottom line.

Moderator & Panelists

Susan Kelly highlights key shifts in development and opportunities to diversify fundraising

Suzanne Smith discusses creating sustained social innovation and impact in a post-COVID-19 world

Kim Bulger shares tips on how to improve the digital engagement of your customers, members & donors

John Gillespie shares techniques to improve cash flow, strategic budgeting, and your bottom line

Join nonprofit leaders for a timely discussion on the key trends for 2021 and actions you can take to make meaningful progress in the year ahead. Our speakers bring extensive nonprofit experience:

John Gillespie leads the nonprofit and social enterprise practice at Charles River CFO. He works as an outsourced CFO advising nonprofits on financial operations, P&L analysis, budgeting, reporting, and more.

Suzanne Smith is the founder and CEO of Social Impact Architects. She is a strategy consultant to nonprofits on strategic planning, growth strategies, social innovation, earned income, and more.

Susan Kelly is the CEO of Kelly Strategies. She is a born fundraiser and strategist advising nonprofits on development planning, fundraising strategy, revenue forecasting, capital campaigns, and more.

Kim Bulger is the CMO at Atigro. She is an outsourced CMO advising nonprofits on digital marketing, content marketing, engaging websites, and online engagement of customers, members, and donors.

Sponsors

Atigro. Marketing that moves people.

Charles River CFO. Strategic Financial Consulting

Kelly Strategies. Your Mission Matter 

Social Impact Architects. Specializing in Nonprofit Cause Storytelling and Strategic Planning.

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