Funding Your Impact is a week-long opportunity -- conveniently virtual -- for nonprofit fundraisers to hear strategies about how to confront the unique challenges and seize opportunities in today's confusing world of nonprofit fund development.
We’ll share proven fundraising strategies from leading experts and discuss emerging tools and techniques in the fund development field.
#FYI22 is a five-part series of live webinars from
May 10 - 12 at
11am and 2pm each day.
Package of 5 webinars
(for price of 4):
A la carte (each webinar):
Questions about the FYI?
No problem! For assistance, please email Marvah Gorlorwulu at MarvahG@svcn.org.
SVCN is committed to making our trainings and webinars accessible to nonprofit employees who have been underrepresented in nonprofit leadership and management roles.
Funding Your Impact Summit Agenda
Day One - Tuesday, May 10
Leading Strong Capital Campaigns: Best Practices for Success
Is a there a big fundraising campaign looming for your organization? Whether it’s a capital campaign or the launching of strategic initiatives, if you are looking for tools and creative ideas for campaign execution during a pandemic, and beyond, this conversation is for you.
Moderated by Essex & Drake Fundraising Counsel President, Chelsey Souza, CFRE, we’ll hear from Tiona Brady, CFRM, Executive Director of the Alameda County Library Foundation, and Miquette Thompson, MNA, CFRE, Senior Consultant at Essex & Drake Fundraising Counsel. Chelsey, Tiona, and Miquette will share their insights and unique experiences executing successful philanthropic campaigns during a pandemic.
Day Two- Wednesday, May 11
Why Community-Centric Fundraising Matters
How we fundraise is just as important as why we fundraise. Unfortunately though, fundraising in the nonprofit sector has traditionally upheld structures of oppression such as white supremacy and classism. Community-Centric Fundraising provides a set of principles to evolve our fundraising models to be rooted in race, equity, and social justice.
Join us in conversation with Quinteto Latino to learn how you can implement community-centric fundraising at your organization.
Money Moves: Activating Digital Media in Your Nonprofit Fundraising
Whether your nonprofit is big or small, it can be a mystery figuring out how to achieve “can’t be ignored” status. How do you catch the attention of funders and supporters? What tools will best showcase your nonprofit’s mission? Join this session with Gabriela Chavez-Lopez who will share the road map of how the Latina Coalition of Silicon Valley increased their budget x10 and grew from grassroots to a staffed nonprofit by leveraging digital media and building community.
Presented by Gabriela Chavez-Lopez, Executive Director, Latina Coalition of Silicon Valley
Presented by Vinney Arora, Founder, The Arora Collective; Armando Castellano, Founder and Artistic Director, Quinteto Latino; and Andrea Temkin, Founder and CEO, Transition Solutions Group
Day Three - Thursday, May 12
5 Keys to Ethical Storytelling for Nonprofits
Beyond the Ask: Helping Your Board Achieve Fundraising Success
Do you strive to infuse your organization’s storytelling with authenticity and respect for all? Are you challenged by balancing genuine storytelling and the constant pressure of fundraising?
With donors looking to contribute to organizations that are not only efficient, but also empowering and socially progressive, successful nonprofits must learn to craft their own brand of storytelling that serves both financial and humanitarian goals.
Have you ever had difficulty engaging your board? Are you looking for new ways to connect your board with your fundraising campaign? Join us in conversation with our panelists from West Valley Community Services on strategies to engage your board better.
Presented by West Valley Community Services' Executive Director, Josh Selo, CFRE; and Board Member, Monica Chandra
Presented by Andrew Vargas Delman, Program Manager, Second Harvest of Silicon Valley | Communication Coach