Three Fall Teleseminars To Enhance Financial Sustainability of Nonprofit Organizations

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The NonProfit National Resource Directory, an on-line directory of consultants, coaches, vendors and specialists dedicated to helping nonprofits survive and thrive, is sponsoring fall teleseminars with experts in the field of philanthropic development: "9 Practical Strategies for Becoming More Sustainable", "Special Events During A Recession? Absolutely!" and "Does Your Fundraising Measure Up?"

The NonProfit National Resource Directory, an on-line directory of consultants, coaches, vendors and specialists dedicated to helping nonprofits survive and thrive, is sponsoring fall teleseminars with experts in the field of philanthropic development: "9 Practical Strategies for Becoming More Sustainable", "Special Events During A Recession? Absolutely!" and "Does Your Fundraising Measure Up?"

Schedule of Upcoming Teleseminars:

Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at noon (EDT)

"9 Practical Strategies for Becoming More Sustainable" with Laurence A. Pagnoni of Laurence A. Pagnoni and Associates

Laurence states, "We firmly believe that a healthy society requires three sectors: a public sector of government, a private sector of business, and a social sector of community organizations. We work to establish well researched, cultivated and diverse revenue sources and often work to integrate private sector strategies with public and nonprofit values."

This teleseminar is an hour-long introduction to routes to financial sustainability for nonprofit organizations. Among the topics Laurence will introduce are fees for service, entrepreneurial business ventures and new donor acquisition.

Thursday, October 8, 2009 at noon (EDT)

"Special Events During A Recession? Absolutely!" with Deborah Spector of Creative Solutions & Innovations, Atlanta, GA

This teleseminar explores the importance of special events during these difficult economic times. Topics include the importance of setting realistic goals and expectations, how to position and promote your events, significant ways to engage sponsors and donors, and how to use social media and e-fundraising programs as part of your event management tool kit.

Deborah Spector believes in empowering nonprofits to do good work. She brings more than 25 years of marketing communications, development and community relations to her work. Deborah specializes in the design and implementation of special events.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at noon (EST):

"Does Your Fundraising Measure Up?" with Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE of Capital Venture, Las Vegas, Nevada

When and how do you evaluate your fundraising program? What should you measure? Why should you assess your development program? Who should be involved? The presenter will discuss the who, what, when, where, and why of a development audit, including standards against which to measure your program.

Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE, founder and President/CEO of Capital Venture is one of fewer than 100 people worldwide to hold the coveted Advanced Certified Fund Raising Executive designation. Linda is an internationally recognized speaker and author, and has trained more than 12,000 people in her career of more than 20 years in the field of nonprofits.

Register for any of the upcoming teleseminars for just $10 per organization (up to five of trustees or professionals may participate for this fee) at http://www.nonprofitnationalresourcedirectory.com. The link to Upcoming Teleseminars is in the upper left hand corner of the home page. Once registered participants will receive the call in information and materials prepared by the presenter. (Please register just one individual from your organization, although up to five may participate.) Following each teleseminar, participants will recieve an audio recording of the session.

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