Upgrade Your Partnerships: Tips for Nonprofit Collaboration
Tuesday, August 22, 2017 2:00 pm
3:00 pm ET
Webinar Start Time:
Eastern Time: 2:00 p.m.
Do you depend on another organization to help you fulfill your mission? It may be as simple as the high school's community service program sending you 20 volunteers every semester. Or maybe you get to use meeting space for free at the nonprofit across town. Once a collaborative effort grows from a one-time favor into something more long-term, it's time to make the relationship more formal. This does not have to be complex or time consuming. Join us on August 22nd for a live webinar as veteran grant writer Cheryl Kester shares her tips on forming successful nonprofit partnerships.
- Identify existing and potential partnership opportunities
- Understand when and how to formalize a partnership
- Analyze sample partnership agreements
INTENDED AUDIENCES: This webinar is ideal for:
- CEOs/Executive Directors
- Development Officers
- Program Directors and Managers
Cheryl Kester, CFRE, is Principal of the Kester Group and co-author of Writing to Win Federal Grants: A Must Have for Your Fundraising Tool Boxand its companion workbook (forthcoming). She has more than 30 years of experience in the nonprofit sector and has been a grants professional since 1999. Today, her firm specializes in winning federal grants and serving as an external evaluator. Since 1999, Cheryl has helped secure more than $96 million in funding from grants and contracts. An engaging speaker, she serves as a plenary speaker, teaches workshops on all aspects of grantseeking, and presents at conferences. She also serves as a grant reviewer for private and federal funders.
Karen L. Cassidy, GPC and Principal of Governmental Grants Professionals LLC, began her career in the US House of Representatives working for Congressmen Bob Wise and Dick Gephardt. Transitioning into the nonprofit field, Karen applied her knowledge to help educational institutions and nonprofit organizations obtain and manage nearly $500 million in grant awards. With twenty-five years of experience, Karen helps organizations design programs and evaluation strategies, develop grant proposals, and report outcomes. She is presently serving as an evaluator on several foundation and federal grants. Karen is co-author of the forthcoming book Writing to Win Federal Grants and the accompanying Writing to Win Federal Grants Workbook, published by CharityChannel Press.