Friday, April 10th from 10:00 am – 11:30 am PT
Unable to attend? Register and you’ll be sent the materials!
The CARES Act offers financial relief for nonprofit organizations and small businesses. Join Kimberly O’Donnell of Network for Good, Jennifer Alleva of Your Part-Time Controller (YPTC) and Leander J. Foley, III of Capitol Hill Partners as we walkthrough:
- What the CARES Act could mean to your nonprofit
- If you haven’t applied, why you should consider it
- Timing of funding, how to calculate your requested loan and accounting needs
- Additional discretionary programs funding in the three relief bills (tax provisions/deductions)
- Entitlement program changes and/or the loan programs
- Implementation issues
- Plans for the fourth relief bill
Kimberly O’Donnell, MS, CFRE
Lead Fundraising Coach
Network for Good
Kimberly O’Donnell, MS, CFRE, is a seasoned fundraising and nonprofit leader. Having worked as an Executive Director, Chief Philanthropy Officer, fundraising consultant, and advisor to hundreds of nonprofits, she has spent nearly 25 years blending fundraising, marketing, and sales principles to scale dollars raised and strengthen donor and stakeholder engagement.
Jennifer Alleva, CPA
Your Part-Time Controller
Jennifer Alleva is Managing Partner at Your Part-Time Controller, LLC, (YPTC) The Nonprofit Accounting Specialists. Jennifer joined YPTC in 2003 after a career in public accounting with Arthur Andersen and as Director of Finance and CFO with several companies. Jen is a subject matter expert in nonprofit accounting and leadership. Her personal mission and the mission of YPTC is to educate Executive Directors and Board members on nonprofit financial management issues and best practices. In addition, Jen is the founder of the highly successful Women in Nonprofit Leadership (WINPL) Conference.
Leander J. Foley III
America Forward’s Senior Policy Advisor
Managing Partner, Capitol Hill Partners
For more than 30 years, Lee Foley has worked as one of Washington’s foremost counselors on policy and legislative advocacy. At Capitol Hill Partners, Lee provides clients with an unmatched breadth of expertise across a broad swath of federal programs and policies, as well as state and local government guidance. His assistance on behalf of clients includes direct lobbying, regulatory initiatives, public and private funding tactics, foundation-related strategies, political intelligence, coalition advocacy, and communications and grassroots strategy.