The NonProfit National Resource Directory Announces March Teleseminars

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The NonProfit National Resource Directory sponsors teleseminars designed to help nonprofit organizations thrive. March teleseminars focus on capital campaigns and social media for nonprofits. Each teleseminar, in just one hour, provides substantive information presented by experienced professionals. Teleseminars cost just $10 per organization for up to five professional or volunteer leaders. Teleseminars are scheduled for Friday, March 12, 2010, Noon (Eastern): “So You Need to Conduct A Capital Campaign: What Should You Do To Get Ready?” with Norman Olshansky of NFP Consulting Resources and Thursday, March 25, 2010, Noon (Eastern): “Social Media for NonProfits” with Taylor Ellwood of Imagine Your Reality.

The NonProfit National Resource Directory sponsors teleseminars designed to help nonprofit organizations thrive. March teleseminars focus on capital campaigns and social media for nonprofits. Each teleseminar is designed, in just one hour, to provide substantive information presented by experienced professionals. Teleseminars cost just $10 per organization for up to five professional or volunteer leaders.

Friday, March 12, 2010, Noon (Eastern): “So You Need to Conduct A Capital Campaign: What Should You Do To Get Ready?” with Norman Olshansky of NFP Consulting and Resources

What are the ins and outs of conducting a capital campaign? "A capital campaign may take two years or longer to complete. Unlike the annual campaign, a capital campaign requires considerable pre-campaign planning and training and persistent attention to the implementation of the campaign in order to succeed." according to Norman Olshansky, President of NFP Consulting Resources. Mr Olshansky brings with him over 30 years of professional and executive level leadership and consulting within both the not for profit and for profit sectors.

He is a past board member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Southwest Florida Chapter, is an AFP mentor and presenter. His clients have included both large and small service, health, cultural and faith based organizations ranging from local and national home health care companies, to hospitals and health care systems...from community centers to national membership organizations...from military and law enforcement agencies to botanical gardens...from public school systems to state universities...from human relations organizations to faith based social service and religious entities throughout the U.S., Canada and Israel.

Mr. Olshansky has received national recognition for his work in human service and executive leadership. A frequent lecturer at Universities, he has also published a syndicated column, is a national book reviewer and instructor for CharityChannel.com, and is active as a volunteer in several civic, religious and professional organizations.

Thursday, March 25, 2010, Noon (Eastern): “Social Media for NonProfits” with Taylor Ellwood of Imagine Your Reality

Taylor Ellwood of Imagine Your Reality explains, "Social media is here to stay but many non-profits are unsure of how it can be used in getting more donations or interest in the cause they support. Additionally it's not always clear where to start or what sites should be maintained by a non-profit."

In this class you will learn:

What is social media and why non-profits need to be using it?
What social media sites are useful for nonprofits?
How to develop your strategy for integrating social media into your efforts?

Taylor Ellwood is a Business and Social Media coach. He has owned four businesses and is well acquainted with the ups and downs of owning a business as well as how to make a business successful. He enjoys putting his expertise to work for others to help them achieve clarity in their goals and objectives for their organization. As a social media coach, Taylor has over seven years of experience using and researching social media. Since his days in graduate school he's always been interested in showing others how they can use social media to cultivate richer communication and relationships.

The fee for a teleseminar is $10 per organization for up to 5 individuals (professional or volunteer) from that organization who may each call in from his or her own phone. The call-in information and materials prepared by the presenter are available once an organization registers. Please register just one individual per organization.

To register for a teleseminar: http://www.nonprofitnationalresourcedirectory.com. On the home page, you will see TELESEMINARS in the upper left hand corner. Please click there to register.

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