Now more than ever, not-for-profit organisations are looking for ways to diversify their sources of revenue. The emergence of innovations in technology, relationships, banking and investment are providing interesting new options to achieve this, but deciding what approach to take can be confusing.
Matrix on Board and Community 21 have come together to host a series of webinars to help not-for-profits navigate some of the new and unconventional ways of generating resources.
We’re asking some of our Community 21 Shareholders to tell their stories about out-of-the-box ways they get the backing they need for the important work they do.
The first webinar was on:
It featured David Brennan, Engagement Manager from Community Sector Banking’s world-first crowdfunding and banking platform ‘act.’, and Gabe Smith, from Community 21 Shareholder, Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC).
is scheduled for Tue, Sep 8, 2015 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
David Spriggs from technology for social justice leader, Infoxchange, will join Matrix on Board’s Michelle Taylor and share insights about building and leveraging great relationships to boost revenue for social impact.
Stay tuned for Part 3 – it will be in the exciting area of social investment and how not-for-profits can make use of this emerging trend.