This is a three part certificate series. Once registered for this workshop you will be automatically registered for the following webinars. You must attend this face-to-face workshop as well as attend both 10 a.m. workshops on March 16th and March 30th to receive a certificate of completion.
Many non-profit organizations are sole-source funded. If the one pot of money funding the agency disappears then the doors must close. Executives and board members must realize the importance of diversification and act on it. This session is designed for those organizations that only have one or two revenue streams, but realize the importance of creating more without drifting from the organization’s mission.
- identify three (additional) streams of income for their organization i.e Annual/Capital Campaign, Special Events, Grants, Loans
- draft an organizational case statement.
- understand the importance of cultivating relationships and its role in fundraising
Schrendria Robinson serves as President of Clear Vision Seminars & Consulting. Clear Vision specializes in professional speaking, business development, grant writing; non-profit management and strategic planning. Robinson has served as a grant writer and grant reviewer for the past 15 years and has secured over 20 million dollars in grant funds for school districts, faith communities and non-profit organizations. Additionally she has seen dozens of non-profit organizations go out of business because they only had one revenue stream. Through her strategic planning sessions with non-profits she is able to introduce multiple streams of income. Annually, Robinson speaks to thousands of individuals locally and nationally providing keynote addresses and seminars. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from Clark Atlanta University and earned a Masters Degree in Public Health from the University of South Carolina.
In her spare time she loves writing as she is a published author and blogger. She is happily married to Marcus Robinson of Greenville, SC and they have three boys Marc, Caleb and Kyle.