Nonprofit Capacity Building | Sharing Trends in Charitable Giving with Your Grantees
This program is the second in IPA’s four-part Nonprofit Capacity Building Series. This series is designed to support philanthropy’s ability to assess and then take action to assist struggling nonprofits within their communities.
After enduring one of the most significant disruptions in a century, foundations and nonprofits now need to prepare for at least two distinct seasons of fundraising in 2021. Nonprofits will need to strengthen their readiness for fundraising, be fully aware of donor and economic trends, and continue adapting to the increasing relevance of digital strategies.
This webinar will help foundations as they relate to nonprofits during the pandemic. We will discuss the values and motivation in fundraising, concepts for maintaining key donors, and explore innovative ways foundations and nonprofits can fundraise now and into the future.
Bill Stanczykiewicz, Ed.D., director of The Fund Raising School at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, will deliver a presentation based on research and supported by successful practice, providing you with the latest information for effective fundraising that you can utilize for your foundation and share with nonprofits in your region.
Bill Stanczykiewicz, Ed.D., serves as assistant dean for external relations at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, where he also directs The Fund Raising School. Bill’s responsibilities include overseeing fundraising as well as marketing and communication while also serving on the school’s academic faculty. His own academic journey includes a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University; a master’s degree in public administration from George Mason University; and a doctoral degree in leadership from Creighton University. Bill philanthropy has included serving on the board of directors of the Community Foundation of Boone County, and he currently serves on the board (chairing the development committee) of Gleaners Food Bank and on the board of Gull Lake Ministries.
Nonprofit Capacity Building Series
In response to COVID-19, IPA offers this four-part Nonprofit Capacity Building Series designed to support philanthropy's ability to assess and then take action to assist struggling nonprofits within communities. Separate registration for each event is required for participation. To access recordings to programs in this series listed below, please contact Jill Gordon.
- Assessing the Health of Your Grantees
- Sharing Trends in Charitable Giving with Your Grantees
- Funders Supporting Nonprofit Capacity
- Making Tough Choices: Hang On, Merge, or Close