Moving from Learning to Application: COVID-19 Fundraising and Financial Management Practices
We are all learning a lot of information on how to navigate COVID-19 right now, but what is most important and how do we move from learning strategies into successfully executing those strategies?
The United Way of Central Indiana will be facilitating a panel to discuss the top leading fundraising and financial management practices and how to best apply those practices in order to sustain your organization during and after COVID-19. Join Guy-Jo Gordan of United Way of Central Indiana as he moderates a panel with nonprofit experts including Elyssa Campodonico-Barr, President & CEO of Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis, Terri Garcia, Executive Director of Southeast Community Services, Jim Simpson, Director of Financial Technologies & Management, and Jodi Snell, Vice President of Hedges. During this session, panelists will share strategies that have proven to be successful in engaging board members, creating solid financial contingency plans, and connecting with donors during this time.
This webinar is designed for nonprofit executives and board members.
It has been a very challenging few weeks for all our clients and our communities over the last several weeks. It seems like the only communication I have received over the last two weeks has been about the pandemic. We just wanted to let you know that we have worked with nonprofits in crisis over the last twenty years so we are here to help when and where you need us. Fortunately, we have been a remote CPA firm since 2017 and have capacity to help host and access your accounting software like MIP Fund Accounting and QuickBooks. We can provide outsourced staffing to complement your existing staff or to provide staffing while a staff person is unable to work. We can provide access to our client portal as well and have remote meeting capabilities to allow the communication to continue. Let us work with you to ensure your essential accounting and financial services remain operable and your accounting continues. We can help determine the financial impact and proper course of action going forward. Thank you for what you do to serve our communities especially during this health crisis that has impacted everyone. Let’s do what we can to do to help each other out during this pandemic.