If your organization seeks corporate sponsorships through standard offerings – conferences, events, or other programs – you’re missing tremendous opportunities to leverage those relationships into mutually beneficial, long-lasting partnerships.In today’s environment potential corporate sponsors are closely scrutinizing value received for dollars spent. Discover what the corporate sector is seeking when considering whether to sponsor your activities and what impact this has on your efforts. Successful nonprofit organizations recognize that they must go beyond the standard prospectus outreach if they are to increase sponsorship income. This interactive seminar covers the six critical factors that you can implement to increase corporate sector revenue.
Raffa understands the challenges that Nonprofits, NGO's, and Associations face when it comes to providing grant tracking to funders and managers, managing multiple locations, and generating critical government financial reports. Sucessful management of a Nonprofit organization requires providing high-quality service, but at the same time, careful administration of expenses and improving processes are ongoing requirements. Spend more time securing grants and performing effective financial management with the right accounting system in place.
Part II of our Three-Part Nonprofit Fraud Seminar offered by Senior Partner, Larry Hoffman from the Raffa Audit Group. In this seesion, you will learn about: - How to detect fraud perpetrators - is it possible?- What are the red flags of fraud?- Fraud detection techniques and how to employ them in your organization.- What to do when you uncover a fraud, and;- Important takeaways.
Are your IT expenditures more than your budget allows? Come learn ways to decrease your IT costs without compromising on technology. You’ll learn how to be ahead of the technology curve and save money while doing so. Hear the latest IT offerings and how they can help your bottom line. Some of the areas we will cover include:- Virtualization;- Private Cloud hosting;- Cloud-based e-mail systems;- Back up and recovery; and- Lowering IT support cost.
Online social media, including social networks, blogs, and wikis, bring new opportunities for associations to communicate their messages and advance their respective missions. However, using online social media without first considering the potential legal risks can expose the unwary association to potential liability. Although the laws and regulations governing online social media are diverse and still under development, associations should understand the likely and known legal traps that can snare them when using online social media. This seminar will help associations navigate the legal pitfalls of using online social media by considering the key legal issues and providing guidance that associations can use to minimize the related liability risks. This guidance will address employee guidelines, user agreements, disclaimers, licenses, and other risk allocation strategies. Related topics that also will be discussed include employment issues; defamation or other accusations of bad behavior; copyright and trademark protection and infringement; and privacy concerns.