The Spectrum of Nonprofit Financing Options – 6 Sessions
Details: NFF explores the reality of the nonprofit operating environment and how this system impacts common business choices. Amid today’s rapidly changing economic environment, participants will come away from these webinars better prepared to plan for the future and manage using data.
The following webinars can be taken as a complete curriculum or individually depending on your interests.
Introduction to Debt and Financing for Nonprofits
Review different types of loans and considerations for each, followed by a behind-the-scenes look at how lenders evaluate potential borrowers, and what you should expect from a lender during the process – all from a Financial Services expert.
The How and Why of PRIs: A Guide to Program and
Learn the basics of what PRIs and MRIs are all about, who provides them, and how they’re used today, including examples that illustrate what to expect during the process.Mission Related Investments
Using Capital for Growth or Change
Discover important concepts for growth – including the difference between builders (those who invest in creating high-performing nonprofits) and buyers (those who invest directly in programs) – and how to effectively apply these concepts at your organization.
Understanding New Markets Tax Credit
Review the complex background, terminology, benefits, and challenges involved with the New Markets Tax Credit program. Then, walk through an example to understand how an organization qualifies for the program, and what steps you can take to position your organization for this type of capital.
The Emergence of Pay for Success Funding
Hear from staff leading NFF’s own Pay for Success (PFS) activities as they discuss examples of PFS projects to examine characteristics of successful outcomes-based funding approaches.
Impact Investing: From Conventional to Cutting Edge
Learn from Antony Bugg-Levine, NFF’s CEO and co-author of Impact Investing: Transforming How We Make Money While Making a Difference, as he discusses examples of investments, who major investors are, and how to apply this information to your own organization.
Cost: $67.50 per session | $382.50 Full Series