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Grant Seeking

Corporate Giving: Win Support from Big Companies

Many big companies offer cash and product donations, marketing support, and even professional volunteers to help charities. But nonprofits often find it difficult to gain access to corporate officials who make decisions about philanthropy. And when they do, charities often don’t know how to present proposals that mesh with a company’s goals.

Join The Chronicle of Philanthropy for a one-hour Webinar that will provide a roadmap to help you navigate the complex world of corporate giving, and give you a chance to ask questions of the people who make the decisions about where the money goes.

Speakers:
Janice  Jensen
Janice Jensen

President and CEO

Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley

Heather  Nesle
Heather Nesle

President

New York Life Foundation

Sarah Sasaki Tsien
Sarah Sasaki Tsien

Senior Manager, Community Relations

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)

After August 7: $96 Early Bird: $75
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Fundraising

How to Attract Hispanic Donors

Hispanics are the fastest growing minority in the country according to the latest U.S. Census, and are expected to represent 27 percent of the U.S. population by 2045. Yet many nonprofits struggle to encourage Hispanic and Latino donors to give, in large part because it takes understanding a wide array of cultural backgrounds.

Learn how you can emulate the success of those nonprofits that have figured out how to connect with Hispanics by joining us for a one-hour session that will include case studies, creative approaches, and advice on how to build authentic relationships with Hispanic supporters.

After August 28: $96 Early Bird: $75
Fundraising

Young Donors and Alumni: Inspire a Lifetime of Giving

We’ll share new research and show you efforts nonprofits have used to successfully appeal to younger donors. We’ll share insights from a joint report from The Chronicle and Achieve that explores how young donors react to appeals from nonprofits including their alma maters.