The San Francisco Bay Area region has a legacy of innovation and entrepreneurism that has given rise to some of our nation's most iconic brands. Google, Wells Fargo, Levi Strauss, and 50 Fund (Legacy Fund of Super Bowl 50 Host Committee) talk about their philanthropic legacies, trends in corporate giving, and new approaches and directions for how their companies are investing in community.
This brief recording captures the key concepts of the course. For more expansive discussion of the topic, we suggest attending a live webinar or in-person session. Note the recording is captioned for individuals with hearing impairments.
This online course is self-paced and includes video, graphics, and interactive quizzes. Compatible with updated versions of all browsers and mobile-friendly!
Una introducción a su organización a determinar si está lista para buscar contribuciones corporativas.
Success in the world of corporate sponsorship requires learning a whole new vocabulary and approach to development; even experienced fundraisers may be at a disadvantage when starting out. In this webinar, you’ll benefit from Michael Savino’s over twenty years of non-profit experience as he provides tips on selling sponsorship opportunities to companies large and small.
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What are "Dollars for Doers" corporate grants? If your org has employed volunteers, you might qualify for them. Learn about them from Adam Weinger, president of Double the Donation.
What efforts should you focus on to maximize the matching gifts that your organization can get? Answers from Adam Weinger, president of Double the Donation, and Brett Tidwell, Coordinator of Matching Gifts for The Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University.
More than ever your organization’s video marketing is the most powerful way to demonstrate your connection to your community, the efforts you are making toward accomplishing your mission, and the impact you are having. Being engaged with videos will reach your funders, donors and volunteers in a deeper and more committed way that illustrates your cause.
Explore the world of corporate support and tools and resources on corporate giving.
Nonprofits often team up with for-profit companies to conduct fundraising activities, with part of the proceeds from the sale of a product or service (such as a book or t-shirt) benefiting the nonprofit. You may be surprised to hear that many states, including Georgia, have laws regulating these promotions! Corporate sponsorships are another fantastic way for nonprofits to raise funds, but nonprofits must proceed with caution when structuring sponsorship benefits. The payment could be either a corporate sponsorship or advertising income, depending on how the donor is recognized and what the donor receives in return. The distinction is significant because advertising income can be considered Unrelated Business Income and can therefore be taxable.
Corporate grantmakers are different from traditional foundations in many ways. Is your organization ready to seek corporate support?
90% of U.S. foundations don't have websites. To win grants, you need the most up-to-date, complete information you can get about grantmakers and the grants they've made. Put our powerful search tools and comprehensive database of 140,000+ funders to work for your project, organization, or client.