Nonprofit Resource Center

July Nonprofit Webinar Roundup

Every month the Nonprofit Resource Center compiles a list of free, upcoming webinars on nonprofit topics from around the web.

Find free webinars year round with the Nonprofit Resource Center's training guide.

 

In date order:

Hidden Gems: Tech Donations for Faith-Based Organizations

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Start Time: 1:00 PM

 

Long-term Revenue from Recurring Giving

Generate Long-term Revenue from Recurring Giving

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at 12pm

Free webinar

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Recurring giving is buzzing. If you’re considering a program to improve donor retention or you're ready to take your existing program to the next level, this free webinar is for you! 

Knowledge is Power!

Did you know that you can take online non-credit courses through Universal Class with your library card?

Many courses focus on developing specific knowledge and skills of interest to nonprofit organizations.  The best part is it’s all free and available from home 24/7. 

 

Check out these great courses…

  • How to Write a Grant Proposal

  • Fundraising 101

  • Marketing Outreach

  • Public Relations 101

  • Effective Presentations

2014 Online Fundraising Survival Guide

Network For Good, an online fundraising software company, is offering a free download of its ebook, 2014 Online Fundraising Survival Guide.

Here are the details from Newtork for Good:

With online donation growth rates creeping skyward, it’s hard to ignore the importance of digital giving. In this guide, you’ll learn the essentials that your nonprofit needs to achieve online fundraising success in 2014. Your survival guide includes:

  • Key stats and trends to help you understand the changing digital landscape

Glossary for New Nonprofit Professionals

Cross-posted from GrantCraft.org:

Folks who are new to the field often request a glossary of terms just to make sure they know the basics. Our sister site GrantSpace (geared more towards nonprofits, while GrantCraft speaks more directly to funders) has shared the below list that defines the most commonly used terms in Foundation Center materials.

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