Funding options for your NFP in the COVID-19 Environment - Therese Lanigan-Behrent
Kia Ora and Welcome!
With all of the challenges that COVID restrictions has brought both to our own operations and the communities we serve, funding is a significant concern for many of our charitable groups. This webinar provides an opportunity to assess what is happening with our existing funding sources, what new funding streams might be available to us and how to approach different funders to best effect right now.
Some of the topics covered:
Therese will cover: the 'new' funding landscape, identifying funding options, how to plan your funding request, focusing on relevant grants and online/virtual fundraising events and campaigns.
This webinar is ideal for: Managers, Trustees and Fundraisers who work for not for profit organisations and community groups throughout Auckland.
Who is Therese Lanigan-Behrent ?
Therese supports not-for-profits, social enterprises and values driven organisations with training, strategic advice and practical hand on help as an Independent Funding and Marketing Consultant. She helps drive their mission through establishing robust planning frameworks, powerful storytelling and strategic funding support.
Therese’s experience in the sector as a funder (Vodafone Foundation and Lottery Community Auckland), Grants Strategist, Senior Marketer and Sponsorship Manager (for ASB, Vodafone & Jucy) and work with Auckland Council, has given her invaluable knowledge of the funding landscape and options for NFPs. In a voluntary capacity, Therese enjoys coaching not-for-profit organisations with their crowdfunding endeavours through her work with The Funding Network.
Why are we hosting this event?
Our webinars are presented with the supporting sponsorship of the Tindal Foundation. ANCAD designs, plans and co-hosts workshops, seminars and this year in particular webinars to assist your organisation to build capacity, develop and strengthen your operation and remain adaptive and responsive in a changing environment. ANCAD works with informed and experienced presenters who share their expertise and sector knowledge with community leaders, managers, key workers and board/committee members in aspects of capability building - from leadership, fundraising and marketing, good governance and more.