Developing creative methods for fundraising could set your organization apart during the grant reviewer cycle and make your restricted grants behave more like general operating grants. Join this webinar where two edgy accountants with deep roots in the nonprofit world show how the latest changes in accounting standards can be used to develop better, more flexible grant proposals.
Whether you are a CEO, development professional, CFO, or public accountant, this complimentary session will provide you with an understanding of new FASB standards on revenue recognition and restricted revenue, then use those concepts to show how nonprofits can craft grant proposals to bring in the most flexible funding possible. This session will utilize examples targeted towards social service organizations, but all nonprofits would find the information presented useful.
At the end of this session, you will be able to:
- Identify new FASB Accounting Standards Updates (ASUs) concerning revenue recognition and grants, and contributions
- Recognize the new standards as they relate to grant proposal and budget design
- Determine where and how to apply the new standards when crafting grant proposals and budgets
- Describe strategies and approaches to developing proposals and budgets that attract the most flexible funding possible
Who should attend
This session is designed for financial managers, controllers, CFOs, executive management, development directors, grant writers, and others responsible for development, financial reporting, and planning in your organization.
- Jackie Eckman, Principal
- Curtis Klotz, Director of Nonprofit Innovation