Information overload is a risk as grantmakers and grantseekers navigate their roles as collectors, analyzers, or users of data. Finding out how others are doing it can be key to setting your own strategy.
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Today’s world requires us to be responsive to changing needs - shifting from an original plan to plan B, C, and sometimes even D. At Foundant, we’ve worked to implement Agile Methodologies.
Foundant has implemented strategies to enable remote work environments that also maintain relationships. Hear from several key members of our team on how they've made the virtual workforce a reality.
Data is powerful—with it you can more effectively make decisions about prospective programs, evaluate the impact your dollars are having in your communities, and ensure your mission is being met.
Philanthropy plays a crucial role in times of disaster. Logan Todd, Director of Grants at North Valley Community Foundation gives his first-hand account of the "Camp Fire" that devastated Paradise CA.
Keeping open lines of communication with your awardees can be difficult - and the award is just the beginning! If after your efforts, students are still lacking documentation, what happens next?
This group discussion with community foundation finance peers is around managing your year-end accounting needs. In this session you'll learn how others have responded to a variety topics of topics.
Foundant and High Point Networks teamed up to provide answers to your Cybersecurity fears.
Scholarship programs are different, but still have many of the same components. During this coffee talk, we focus on some of the management pieces that affect all scholarship providers.
Do you shudder at the thought of a data breach at your organization? Does the idea of compromising sensitive data make you squirm? Dispel the murkiness around cybersecurity with High Point Networks.
A recent emphasis has been put on providing assistance intended to build a nonprofit’s internal capacity. Listen to your peers share experiences in the what, why, and how of non-monetary grantmaking.
This on-demand webinar is for seasoned donors, foundation trustees, DAF holders, and staff who are taking steps to significantly ramp up the impact of their giving.
Learn the importance and variety of methods for performing nonprofit due diligence in grantmaking, what documents your peers are collecting, and how they’re using them to better their grantmaking!
Learn why quality data is critical, where to find it, how to effectively communicate the information you need, and how to make better decisions in your grantmaking process.
This second installment of the Legacy / Planned Giving discussion webinar focuses on the Donor Relations and Donor Engagement perspective.
Measurement and evaluation are important, but can be daunting if you're not clear about what you are tracking or how you would like to track it.
Dealing with data leaving you overwhelmed? Here is our list of common data traps and how you can break free of them.
Don't reinvent the wheel. Find small things that can be done now, and over time they will make a large impact. Just take it one step at a time.
When considering other forms of investing, it pays to do your homework. Intermediary organizations can help pool & invest funds, which can save individual organizations a great deal of money.
How do your mission and vision (or purpose) comprise your grantmaking strategy and style - and what does that mean for how you communicate with your grantees around impact? Find out now.
As scholarship providers you balance the needs of many different groups. In this Coffee talk we walk through what we have heard, what we have experienced, and how Universal Apps can help everyone.