Earned Income: Assessing Your Nonprofit's Revenue Options
in Washington, DC on November 12, 2008
WHEN Wednesday, November 12, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Check-in and coffee: 8:30 a.m. - 9 a.m.
1627 K Street, NW
3rd Floor Washington, DC
COURSE DESCRIPTION For grantseekers, executive directors, and board members.
Whether your nonprofit is considering an alternative revenue stream or already pursuing one, this course helps you maximize the opportunities—and avoid the pitfalls—of earned income.
- Understand the characteristics of successful earned income activities
- Assess the potential impact of such an undertaking on programs, management, and staff
- Identify legal issues and tax implications of earned income
- Prepare a plan for an earned income activity; determine your potential for success
- Understanding earned income and how nonprofits can benefit from them
- Linking earned income to mission
- Assessing the interest of staff, board, donors, constituents
- Using the organizational audit to evaluate revenue potential
- Identifying the elements of a business plan that are critical to the initiative
- Applicable for six continuing education points for CFRE International initial or recertification
- Free copies of Effective Economic Decision-Making by Nonprofit Organizations (a $34.95 value) and The Nonprofit Entrepreneur (a $19.95 value)
- Workbook outlining all major course topics
- Templates for worksheets used in the course
INSTRUCTOR RICHARD BREWSTER
Now executive director of the National Center on Nonprofit Enterprise, Richard was CEO of one of the UK's largest nonprofits with revenues of $160 million. He introduced an outcome driven approach to the delivery of programs. He is currently doing research on leadership in nonprofits.
No refunds. Credit may be applied to Foundation Center products and services.