Unpacking the Nonprofit Manager’s Toolbox

overheadCalNonprofits is excited to continue partnering with Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) in their spring installment of financial management webinar courses. These webinars are designed to provide a sophisticated and practical understanding of nonprofit finance, and the spring series — Unpacking the Nonprofit Manager’s Toolbox — demonstrates an array of tools and strategies to help inform data-driven decision making for nonprofit professionals.

Amid today’s rapidly changing economic environment, participants will come away from these webinars better prepared to plan for the future and manage decision-making with the right financial data. NFF’s content has proved invaluable to nonprofit leaders who want to expand their expertise in nonprofit financial management.

Please visit this link to register for the spring series, and indicate that you were referred by CalNonprofits. Enter the promotion code SAVE10 to save 10% on individual webinars. Each full series of webinars is offered at a discount of 15%. Participants can join live webinar sessions or take advantage of streamable recordings at their convenience.

Spring 2015 Series: Unpacking the Nonprofit Manager’s Toolbox

Starts April 14th at 3:00 pm EST/12:00 pm PST

The sessions can be taken as a full financial management curriculum, or can be chosen a la carte for organizations seeking to address specific business challenges. Click here to see a more detailed description of each session.

Series includes:

  Budgeting as a Communication Tool, April 14

  Monitoring Cash Flow, April 21

  Assessing Program Profitability, April 28

  Scenario Planning, May 5

  Managing to a Dashboard, May 12

  Strategic Alliances, Collaborations and Mergers, May 19

Questions? Contact Christina Dragonetti at christinad@calnonprofits.org or (415) 926-0668.

P.S. Not yet a CalNonprofits member? Join now to increase the advocacy voice of nonprofits in Sacramento and benefit from exclusive and discounted goods and services.Sign up today!

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