Nonprofit Business Model Series: Part 4 - The Donor Supported Nonprofit
November 1st, 2018
2:00–3:30 PM EST
Duration: 90 minutes
Speaker: Kim Ondrek Carim
Guest Faculty, Kim Ondrek Carim, CFO/COO at the Oakland Museum of California, and former CFO of the San Francisco Ballet, guides participants through the realities of an individual donor-centric business model. She emphasizes the implications of having donors at all wealth levels, as well as the particular requirements of senior and board leadership in a model dependent on many participants in fundraising.
Each 90-minute session in the series explores the unique qualities and nuances of the core funding type in a nonprofit business model:
- DYNAMICS: key definitions and structural realities of the funding type.
- CAPITAL: how the funding type draws on and contributes to various forms of organizational capital.
- INFRASTRUCTURE: what staffing, systems, and other forms of organizational infrastructure are essential to managing this funding type well.
- LEADERSHIP: the skills and mindsets necessary among executive leadership and board members to develop and sustain this kind of funding.
- CULTURE: the impact on organizational culture when this funding type is one of an organization's primary funding streams.
- METRICS: typical ways of measuring and reporting on effectiveness with this funding type.
- DIVERSIFICATION: how to think about evolving an organization's business model to include this funding type.
More from this Series
Nonprofit Business Model Series: Part 2 - The Government Contracted Nonprofit
Nonprofit Business Model Series: Part 3 - The Foundation Funded Nonprofit