"Lemons to Lemonade: Collaborating
and Cutting Costs in Sour Times"
The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County presents Community Ventures to the nonprofit community to provide skills and entrepreneurial ideas to assist nonprofit leaders in organizational vitality.
Thursday, March 5, 2009.
8:00 AM - 1:30 PM
3100 Logic Drive, Longmont, CO
8:00 - 8:30 am
8:30 – 8:45 am
Welcome and Overview of Day
8:45 -9:45 am
HOW NONPROFITS CAN SURVIVE -AND EVEN THRIVE- DURING THE ECONOMIC RECESSION
Richard Male, President, Richard Male & Associate
9:45- 10:45 am
Strategic Work Groups
- Balancing Mission & Money: Evaluating Programs and Modifying Services
- Reduce to Save: Tactics for Saving Resources
- Strengthening Morale
- Creative Options for Making Tough Decisions and Cutting Costs
- Strategic Partnerships
- Smartly Utilizing Boards & Volunteers
Panel: Collaborations & Mergers
Panel discussion with local organizations and businesses that have experience with effective collaborations and mergers.
Performance Playback Theatre West Performance
Great Supply Exchange
Keynote Speaker:Richard Male
President, Richard Male & Associates
Richard Male is a recognized leader, trainer, and consultant, both regionally, nationally and internationally, in the fields of leadership development, fundraising, community organizing and public policy for non-profit organizations, faith-based entities, private foundations local municipalities and schools.
For 35+ years he has conducted training sessions, provided consultation, coached and mentored, and been a keynote speaker, teacher and facilitator to literally thousands of organizations. These include faith-based, indigenous, grassroots community organizations and people working at the neighborhood, statewide, national and international levels.