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Nonprofit Law 101: Foundational Basics

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Main
Community Room 2A. 2nd Floor

Legal advice for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, like other corporations, is needed to understand the complex web of overlapping state and federal regulations by which they are governed. This presentation will give nonprofit leaders an overview of the most common legal issues and questions our nonprofit clients face, including governance, compliance, employment, intellectual property, and using volunteers.

 

Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio (“PBPO”) is a 501(c)(3) organization that provides free business and legal services to qualifying nonprofit social service organizations serving the disadvantaged or enhancing the quality of life in neighborhoods in the Cincinnati and Dayton areas. For more information, please visit www.pbpohio.org.

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Government Funding Opportunities: How they Differ from Private Funding Opportunities and HOW TO WIN THEM!

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Main
Community Room 2A. 2nd Floor
Public and private funders differ in a number of ways.  From liability concerns, to levels of scrutiny, to what drives their prioritizations…. the more we know as grant seekers, the greater competitive advantage we have!  This session will cover the difference between corporate foundations, community foundations, family foundations, and government funders.  The different types of government funders will be highlighted including their unique differences and how you can enhance your grant seeking efforts to secure government grants.  You will walk away from this session with tricks of the trade you can immediately use!
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Achieving Stronger Alignment

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Main
Community Room 2A. 2nd Floor

Participants at all levels of experience from novice to expert will be able to:

-Learn why a proposal shouldn't be about what the organization needs, but about the alignment between the project or organization and what the funder cares most about.

-Discuss the factors to consider when deciding whether to invest in pursuing a grant opportunity.

-Practice a pre-writing technique that will sharpen their ideas and lead to clearer, more compelling writing.

-Examine a sample winning grant proposal to identify the elements that make it work.

-Craft a "core compelling idea" about their own organization that can be put to work in their next grant proposal.


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