Tri-State CF Partnership Webinar | The Unrestricted Gift - A Strategic Approach

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Planning the conversation is what Ken Burnett - in his classic work Relationship Fundraising - calls the essential foundations of fundraising. Planning creates a clear path to raising unrestricted funds.  In this webinar, you'll hear from experts who understand that engagement, honesty, and openness are critical to success.  They'll share their stories and ideas to help build trust and share your goals with your donors.


Charitable Gaming Law in Indiana Webinar

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Raffles, bingo, auctions, door prizes, pull tabs, casino nights.... Do you know which of these are considered gaming? Do you know if you need a license? Are you a “qualified organization”? Even if you don't use these techniques for fundraising events, many of your grantees do, and they can play a large role in the challenging area of “donor-initiated fundraising.” Becoming knowledgeable about Indiana law governing charitable gaming can help you and your grantees stay on the right side of the law.


2014 Jan. 29 - Out-of-School Time: The Indiana Landscape

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 |
11:30am to 12:30pm
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In Indiana, 30 percent of children (including many kindergarteners) are left unsupervised in the afternoons (source: Afterschool Alliance). A series of two webinars with Indiana Grantmakers Alliance, in partnership with the Indiana Afterschool Network, will explore how can funders can reach this critical population in need of quality, affordable afterschool programs.


Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice

The Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice outlines 33 principles of sound practice for charitable organizations and foundations related to legal compliance and public disclosure, effective governance, financial oversight and responsible fundraising. The Principles should be considered by every charitable organization as a guide for strengthening its effectiveness and accountability.