Nonprofit Finance Fundamentals Part 2: Building Resilience for the Long Haul
Apr 25, 2017 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Join NFF for an explanation of core financial management principles and strategies. Building on content from Nonprofit Finance Fundamentals Part 1, participants will learn how common business choices can be managed across leadership roles to inform program success and help you best advance your mission.
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Planning for Effective Capitalization, 4/25
Learn the basics of capitalization and types of resources (e.g. “build” vs. “buy” money) that can help your organization achieve its goals. Topics include liquidity, adaptability, durability, and how to manage cash on hand to either prepare for change or support long-term operations.
Cash Flow: What You Need to Know, 5/2
Translate your budget into a clear, visual landscape of monthly cash in/cash out, incorporate best practices, avoid missteps in cash flow planning, and understand how cash flow connects to accessing credit.
Growth, Earned Income Ventures & Endowments, 5/9
Assess the pros and cons involved with growth and scaling, launching an earned income venture or social enterprise, or building an endowment – all helping to lead through uncertainty by understanding the impact of new opportunities.
Facility Projects: Planning for Success, 5/16
Examine the effects that facility ownership can have on mission, programs, operations, fundraising, and financial health; learn to assess your organization’s readiness to execute a well-planned facility project, including often-overlooked soft costs and cash flow.
Strategic Alliances, Collaborations & Mergers, 5/23
Gain an understanding of how you can recognize the conditions that lead to successful partnerships or mergers, leveraging social capital to effectively collaborate to achieve goals.
Nonprofit Finance Fund® (NFF®) unlocks the potential of mission-driven organizations through tailored investments, strategic advice and accessible insights. Founded in 1980, NFF helps organizations connect money to mission effectively through established and innovative approaches to social sector finance.
A leading community development financial institution (CDFI) with over $250 million in assets under management, NFF has provided $620 million in financing and access to additional capital in support of over $2.3 billion in projects for thousands of organizations nationwide.
NFF is headquartered in New York City and serves clients from five offices across the country.
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