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Raising Funds in the COVID-19 Era
During this virtual panel, you will hear from nonprofit leaders at the Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP), the American Red Cross, the Community Foundation of the Ozarks (CFO), and Candid that have experience mobilizing funds during moments of crisis. They will reflect and draw on lessons learned and best practices from past experiences and will speak to short, medium, and long-term fundraising tactics nonprofits can employ during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. Click here for more details.
How to Make the Most of Your Giving Day: Lessons from GivingTuesday & the Latest Trends
Looking at lessons learned from 2020, and current and projected trends for 2021. People are highly motivated right now, and giving them the opportunity to give back in their communities is effective and important. Click here for more details.
How To Know If Your Fundraising Staff Is Leaving Money On The Table
All right, well, cool. Good afternoon, everybody. Good morning, I should say if you’re out on the West Coast. And if you’re watching the recording, I hope you’re having a good day no matter where you are. We’re here to talk about whether or not your fundraising staff is leaving money on the table. Don’t want that. Oh, I love that topic. So thanks for being here. We’re going to have fun over the next hour. So I’m Steven. I’m over here at Bloomerang. And I’ll be moderating today’s discussion as always. Click here to watch the full recording.
How to Plan a Year of Virtual Fundraising

Replay from the live webinar held on February 23, 2021

Featuring: Sandy Rees with Get Fully Funded Hosted by: Funding for Good Click here for more details.
Alliance webinar: Future of philanthropy in the Arab region
As part of Alliance magazine’s anniversary celebrations this year, celebrating Alliance’s 25 years at the heart of global philanthropy, we have launched a series of events on what the future of philanthropy holds in different regions of the world. This webinar focused on the who, what, where and how of Arab philanthropy, in partnership with Arab Foundations Forum (AFF) and sponsored by the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy, Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge. Click here for more details.
Racial equity, social justice, and their intersections with sustainability: A discussion series
Panelists discussed how Sustainability and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion managers need to work together, as well as the need to address how sustainability managers can elevate their status and have a seat at the table. Click here for more details.
Crisis in Context: The #1 Thing Social Sector Leaders Must Do to Maximize Resilience and Impact in Times of Crisis On-Demand Webinar
This webinar offers funders, philanthropists, nonprofits, and public sector agencies a timely blend of thought leadership practical guidance, focused on the ways organizations can "flip the script" or partner in new ways to increase social sector resilience and maximize shared impact. Click here for more details.
How Nonprofits and Funders Should Work Together
2020 will undoubtedly be a year for the history books. And while many nonprofits have struggled this year between moving services remote, uncertainty around funding or even risk of closure, it doesn't mean you have to see a decrease in funding opportunities heading into the new year. Click here for more details.
COVID One Year Later: What Have We Learned About Fundraising?
Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE will show how organizations have survived and even thrived during this unprecedented time and how you can use this information to make your organization even stronger going forward. Click here for more details.
WOMEN OF THE DIASPORA - Gender and Race Discrimination
This summit addresses the problems of discrimination and violence faced by women and girls, particularly those from the African Diaspora, who face both gender and race discrimination and violence. The summit identifies solutions, possible solutions, and explores relationships to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, particularly goal #5, Gender Equality, as we work towards creating a more equitable world. Click here for more details.
Keeping Major Donors Close in a Socially Distanced World
Tammy Zonker, Chief Philanthropy Officer, The Children's Center of Wayne County; President, Fundraising Transformed, Detroit USA Click here for more details
Non-Profits and the Reset Message: What Awaits Philanthropy Post-Lockdown?
On Wednesday, 10th June, Community Chest Leadership and Training Institute hosted a Facebook Live webinar with: Nazeema Mohamed – CEO of Inyathelo | The South African Institute for Advancement, Professor Eric Atmore – Director of Centre for Early Childhood Development and Lorenzo Davids - CEO of Community Chest. The discussion was: Non-Profits and the Reset Message: What Awaits Philanthropy Post-Lockdown? Click here to watch the full webinar. 
Attaining Corporate and Philanthropic Support During COVID-19
In this video, Candid, Common Impact, and Good 360 will discuss how the philanthropic and corporate sectors, respectively, can leverage their full suite of assets – funding, in-kind donation, and skilled employees – to support the nonprofit sector’s disaster preparedness and long-term recovery support. Click here for more details.
48 Free Nonprofit Webinars on various topics
This month, once again, it's full of helpful resources for general nonprofit management, as well as insights and tips on how nonprofits can weather the COVID-19 storm and prepare for when the crisis is over. Topics include marketing, volunteer management, nonprofit grants, virtual fundraising, corporate giving, membership management and much more. I'm also happy to introduce Targeted Impact, a new Wild Apricot webinar series. Join these free weekly Q&A sessions with nonprofit experts and get your questions answered on all things nonprofit management and dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here for more details.
Financial Management in uncertain times webinar
Top Ten Reasons for Good Financial Management in uncertain times 1. To be accountable to the people who give us money 2. To be accountable to the communities we work with 3. To be able to produce financial statements for regulatory bodies 4. To minimise fraud, theft and abuse of resources 5. To enable staff to make better decisions on the use of funds 6. To achieve the objectives of the organization 7. To enhance the credibility of the organization 8. To strengthen the fundraising efforts 9. To get better value for our money 10. To plan for the future and become more financially secure Click here for free resources. Click here for more details.
Humentum's webinar on Resource Mobilization
We hope you enjoyed Humentum's webinar on Resource Mobilization within our Africa COVID-19 Support series. You can find the recording linked below. To view the section with presenter Rose Maruru we recorded after, please visit this folder: https://files.humentum.org/fl/UxnhKNQdmT We will be sending an additional follow-up email with the slides and other resources shortly. Contact for more questions: Sareta Thomas Regional Director, Africa, Humentum sareta.thomas@humentum.org AND - Don't miss Humentum's OpEx Africa Online conference https://www.opexafricaonline.humentum.org/ Buy one registration and bring a friend for free! Please send your questions, comments and feedback to: webinars@insidengo.org. Click here to watch the video recording.
SAMEA: The role of Monitoring & Evaluation in Government Interventions: Lessons from the current COVID-19 Pandemic
At the close of 2019 (December) and shortly before New Year 2020 set in, news streamed from Wuhan, China of an outbreak of the now global nuisance –the corona virus (COVID 19). Few people across the world could have picked interest in such a story then but its ravaging impact has almost made every person aware of not only its danger but the various dimensions it y has taken to the global society at ransom. Nobody has the cure yet and most interventions being tried by various countries have not been based on sound evidence; at least from the monitoring and evaluation vocabulary. Click here for more details.
How Nonprofits Are Responding and Adapting to Change During COVID-19
All of us are getting to grips with a new reality in the midst of this global outbreak. Operating models, programs and services, and fundraising strategies all need to pivot or be reimagined. This has meant a lot of change for many, and fast. Every crisis comes with its challenges, but also offers the opportunity for us to come together, and discover new ways to adapt and evolve. Click here for more details.
The African Academy of Sciences
Topics include • Governments need to invest in human capital, focus on public health infrastructure • Mental Health Aspects of the COVID-19 Crisis in Africa Click here for more details.