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Making Your Organization's Money Go Farther

With tight budgets getting tighter, nonprofits need to make every dollar count.  This training shares ways to make existing capital go further by engaging the financial world.  With interactive exercises, you will learn to better manage existing resources, foster new opportunities and improve your organization’s cash position by better use of the balance sheet and cash flow.  Lessons learned from bankers provide "real stories" to better apply for financing, get sponsorships, recruit board members, and other useful tips to get more value out of such entities.

Learning Objectives
- Understand how to leverage new capital and manage cash flow
- Understand how to work with vendors, bankers and other providers of capital
- Understand how to get more money from sources you already have


For Executive Directors, Chief Financial Officers, Development staff, Project Managers and Board of Directors seeking to leverage all possible resources.

Drew Tulchin is a Managing Partner with Social Enterprise Associates with more than 15 years experience in this field.  He has trained and presented throughout New Mexico, the United States and in Indian Country.  Consulting has taken him to 40 countries across five continents, working literally from A (Afghanistan) to Z (Zambia).

Drew has trained and published extensively on raising capital, social enterprise, effective organizations, and social investing.  His efforts led clients to raise more than $100 million.  Drew's previous positions including leading a social service NGO for immigrants, Program Office of Grameen Foundation for microfinance in Bangladesh, working as a lender, and AmeriCorps Team Leader.  He holds an MBA from University of Washington.  His B.A. cum laude is from Washington University.

October 8, 2021 11:30 AM   through   1:00 PM
Center for Nonprofit Excellence, United Way of Central New Mexico
2340 Alamo SE, 2nd Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87106
United States
Phone: 505-247-3671
Fee $ 15.00

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