Providing information to nonprofit leaders to help them sustain, develop and succeed in fulfilling their missions.
Nonprofit Net has been helping New England nonprofits since 2003 with regularly scheduled seminars that provide information on how to improve their organizations' infra-structure, development and fundraising.
Fundraising for small and medium size organizations.
Please note this seminar will be located at the Lexington Community Center at 39 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA 02420
Directions using google maps https://goo.gl/maps/1hdJ1Bz75c72
The Lexington Community Center driveway is shared with the Museum of our National Heritage. NOTE: there is no signage indicating that the community center is on the property. Enter the driveway, go past the museum (on your right), follow the driveway to the left, and go through the parking lot(s) all the way to the end, up the hill. The Community Center is on your left at the top. Parking is free in these lots. The dining room/meeting room is on the first floor on your right as you enter the foyer.
The workshop goal is to help board members and senior staff learn the value and purpose(s) of the nonprofit board and the importance of the relationship between the two. A strong and positive relationship between the board and senior staff is widely recognized as a critical ingredient to a healthy organization and its ability to achieve impact. Having clarity in the roles, responsibilities and expectations of both helps to build a productive working relationship based on mutual understanding and commitment to serve best interests of the nonprofit organization, clients and community. Board members, senior staff and anyone who wants to better understand how a successful organization functions smoothly from top to bottom should attend.
Whether you want to use video to help raise money, recruit staff and volunteers, or educate your audience about key issues you care about, it all comes down to storytelling strategy. In this session, Rachel from Reflection Films will share tips on crafting your message, including some pitfalls to avoid. She’ll share some examples and encourages participants to come ready to share their experiences as well. The focus of this conversation will be on storytelling ideas and what to do with them, not on the technical aspects of video production or editing.