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Webinars for non-profits in a COVID-19 world

Sept. 28. The pandemic is hurting non-profits nationwide, leaving many fighting for survival. This, at a time of profound need. Since the coronavirus hit, donations have fallen for more than two-thirds of nonprofit organizations, and 10 percent have halted operations, according to a recent survey by the Charities Aid Foundation of America.

More than 96 percent of the organizations surveyed are experiencing a negative impact of the pandemic and are taking steps to address the coronavirus-related challenges.

The Small Business Center at Central Piedmont Community College is offering a “post-COVID” series of webinars for non-profit​s that ​promises to cover new ground and provide specific strategies to leverage during this era of social isolation. Attendees will discover how to elevate their board, find donors and dollars, and make virtual fundraising work for them.

The series will be led by John Curtis, Ph.D, founder of IOD Inc., and is tailored to help local nonprofit founders excel in the marketplace.

—Nov 4: How to Develop an Active, Engaged Board of Directors in a Post-COVID World.

—Nov 11: How to Conduct a Successful Strategic Planning Process in a Post-COVID World.

—Nov 18: How to do Virtual Fundraising in a Post-COVID World.

​Register at https://www.ncsbc.net/events.aspx?mode=4 . ​For more information or questions, email renee.hode@cpcc.edu<mailto:renee.hode@cpcc.edu .

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