Can collaborating help your organization achieve its objectives?
In this challenging environment, nonprofits are considering collaborations as a strategy to sustain and/or enhance their missions. Such collaborations can range from simple cooperation to more strategic forms including affiliations, alliances, joint ventures or mergers.
When nonprofits consider collaborating they often have questions like:
To help nonprofits address these issues and other questions, National Executive Service Corps (NESC) has partnered with The Fairfield County Community Foundation’s Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNE) to offer this Nonprofit Collaboration Workshop.
Components of the workshop include:
|Evaluation Stage: How to think about collaboration for your organization||Patrick Linskey & Ted Francavilla, NESC Consultants|
|Negotiation Stage: Legal implications of alternative approaches||Maurice Segall, Pro Bono Partnership|
|Funder Perspective: How funders think about collaboration||John MacIntosh, Partner – SeaChange Capital Partners|
|Lessons Learned: Case Studies, Panel Discussion and Q&A||Dr. William Hass, President & CEO, FSW Inc.
Per Sekse, Treasurer & Merger Task Force Chair, Person-to-Person
Alan J. Mathis, President and CEO, Liberation Programs Inc.
Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Time: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Location: Fairfield County Community Foundation,
Merritt View Conference Room
383 Main Ave, Norwalk, CT 06851 Map
Register: Please register by Friday, March 1, 2013.
Interested in attending? Click here to register for this event
The National Executive Service Corps (NESC) is a nonprofit consulting firm committed to strengthening the management of nonprofit organizations so that they can deliver more efficiently and effectively on their missions. NESC’s volunteer consultants are skilled, experienced business executives and professionals who understand nonprofits and have experience in collaborations, as well as strategic planning; board development and governance; branding and marketing; organizational assessments; and social enterprise.
Strong nonprofit organizations make the greatest impact. The Fairfield County Community Foundation’s Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNE) was created to enhance the effectiveness of nonprofits throughout our region.
The CNE offers high-quality and affordable professional development workshops for Fairfield County nonprofit executive directors, senior staff and board members.
For more information, please contact: