March 28, 2017
9:00 am – 11:30 am
Advanced Fundraising Techniques:
Risks, Rewards & Reporting Requirements
Light Breakfast: 9:00 am
Program: 9:30-11:30 am
Scandinavia House - Victor Borge Hall
58 Park Avenue at 38th St., Manhattan
Candice Meth, CPA Peter Bihuniak, CPA
EisnerAmper LLP EisnerAmper LLP
Find Out About Advantages and Risks
Many nonprofits are choosing advanced techniques to develop new funding streams, including online fundraising, social media and cause marketing. These special fundraising vehicles come with unique risks and rewards. Two experts will share insights about possibilities and pitfalls to help you plan.
During This Session, We Will:
- Walk through different methods, and discuss why advanced fundraising techniques may have advantages over traditional methods.
- Review potential risks.
- Cover some internal control considerations that should be implemented when using advanced fundraising techniques.
- Highlight some additional tax reporting requirements that may be triggered.
- Join us and bring your questions!
Who Should Attend
This program is especially intended for nonprofit executive directors and CEOs, development officers, CFOs, COOs, board members, nonprofit advisors and other interested executives. Register now – seating is limited.
Cost is $25 per person. Advance registration is needed for admission. If registering for persons other than yourself, please provide name, title and email for all attendees. or more details, contact Christie Bowers, 212.358.2829, [email protected]
This Workshop Is Generously Sponsored By
BBB Charity Effectiveness Program Series Sponsors
Principal Sponsor: KPMG
Anchor Sponsor: American Express
Major Sponsor: The New York Community Trust
Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs
Human Services Council
New York Society of Association Executives
Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York