With fundraising becoming an increasing challenge for nonprofit organizations, how do their leaders ensure revenue that is not only stable today, but also sufficient to meet the organization’s mission tomorrow? Effective fundraising involves a diverse, yet complimentary mix of income sources, including alternative sources that are often entrepreneurial in nature requiring new skills and new perspectives.
Join Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs and 20° LLC for a webinar that explores some of the new approaches nonprofit organizations are taking to diversifying their revenue. You will come away with a better understanding of earned revenue and how to approach funding that is not charitable in nature. As part of the discussion, our speakers will provide an overview of the Opportunity Zone incentive included in the 2017 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, which seeks to drive significant amounts of private capital nationwide to low-income census tracts.
Who should attend: Nonprofit board members, CEOs, CFOs, COOs and Development Team Members
Sara Gibson, Co-Founder and CEO, 20° LLC
Trevor W. Williams, CPA | Nonprofit Audit Partner | Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs
Additional Program Details
- Learning Objective: To provide attendees with a better understanding of earned revenue and how diversified revenue streams are essential for nonprofit organizations
- Instructional Delivery Methods: Group Internet-based
- Recommended CPE: 1.0 CPE
- Recommended Fields of Study: Specialized Knowledge
- Prerequisites: None Required
- Advance Preparation: None
- Program Level: Basic
- Course Registration Requirements: None
- Refund Policy: No fee is required to participate in this session.
- Cancellation Policy: In the event that the presentation is cancelled or rescheduled, participants will be contacted immediately with details.
- Complaint Resolution Policy: Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman is committed to our participants’ 100% satisfaction and will make every reasonable effort to resolve complaints as quickly as possible. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any concerns.