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Ten Nonprofit Funding Models Live Webinar
Bridgespan Group

November, 2009

Join Bridgespan Group Partner William Foster, author of the Stanford Social Innovation Review article "Ten Nonprofit Funding Models," for a live webinar during which he will share some guiding principles that can help nonprofit organizations develop greater clarity about how they'll meet their longer-term fundraising goals. These principles include concentrating on particular sources of funding and taking advantage of natural matches between various types of nonprofit work and the types of funding likely to support the work.

Most nonprofit executive directors spend a huge percentage of their time on fundraising, yet they typically have limited clarity about how they will achieve their fundraising goals over the next five-plus years. Complicating matters, research by the Bridgespan Group shows that the conventional wisdom around funding these leaders have to draw upon is frequently wrong.

This webinar will help executives at nonprofits of all sizes improve their ability to fundraise for their organizations and executives at foundations to support their grantees’ efforts.

The webinar will be moderated by Regina Starr Ridley, Publishing Director of the Stanford Social Innovation Review.

Go to https://video.webcasts.com/events/pmny001/viewer/index.jsp?eventid=32821



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