Wednesday November 11th 2020
Starting @ 10:30 am
Nothing seems to have gone according to plan in 2020. And that includes our best-laid plans for funding our nonprofits’ work. But in most years, November and December are the busiest time for charitable giving, and that means that the next few weeks are essential. In this updated, virtual version of our annual Quick Year-End Fundraising workshop, you’ll learn some fast and easy-to-implement tools that can help your organization close out the year with a strong finish. You’ll learn things like: How many emails and social media posts to plan for, and when. Ways to use support from your board, staff, and volunteers to raise funds, even if you don’t have a huge donor base yet. Tools for creating an end-of-year calendar that maps out your entire fundraising gameplan. When: Wednesday, November 11th from 10:30 a.m – 12:00 p.m. Attendees will receive an electronic Certificate of Participation after completing the workshop. In order to comply with local community health guidelines while continuing to help nonprofits thrive through fundraising, we are offering this live, virtual workshop online through Zoom. A link and instructions to join will be sent to you after you register. Registration: $20 per person. For more on workshops and other services from The Funding Seed, visit www.thefundingseed.com. Email email@example.com with questions. Reghster: https://lano.org/event/quick-year-end-fundraising-workshop
LANO is a statewide member organization that advocates for the nonprofit community and strengthens the effectiveness of those committed to improving Louisiana. Our purpose is to provide the necessary resources, tools and opportunities for nonprofit organizations to grow in Louisiana. Nonprofits contribute to the community and rely on volunteers (Board of Directors) to govern the organization’s affairs. Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations Board Members serve three years per term, with a maximum of two consecutive terms. LANO was founded by the Council for a Better Louisiana (CABL) after extensive planning. In 1999, LANO separately incorporated and received its 501(c)(3) designation from the IRS. Our Board of Directors represents all sectors of Louisiana’s nonprofit community and every geographic region. LANO is a proud member of the National Council of Nonprofits (NCN). Since 1997, LANO has been a leading provider of nonprofit education and services throughout the state. A unifying voice in support of the nonprofit sector, LANO uses sound business principles and operational efficiency to offer training, advocacy and multiple member services to the state’s nonprofit organizations.