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Grant Opportunity | The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, Inc.

Name: The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida Inc. Address: 245 Riverside Avenue, Suite 310, Jacksonville, FL 32202 Foundation status: Community foundation Phone: 904-356-4483 Fax: 904-356-7910 URL: www.jaxcf.org EIN: 596150746 Asset Amount: $398,276,879 Gifts Received: $61,479,287 Expenditures: $41,921,959 Qualifying Distributions: N/A Giving Activities Include: N/A for grants ABOUT The foundation’s mission is to stimulate philanthropy to…

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Grant Opportunity | Verizon Foundation

Name: Verizon Foundation Address: 1 Verizon Way, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920-1025 Foundation status: Company-sponsored foundation Fax: 908-630-2660 URL: www.verizon.com/about/verizon-foundation EIN: 133319048 Asset Amount: $65,462,164 Gifts Received: $54,894,347 Expenditures: $45,467,470 Qualifying Distributions: $46,262,555 Giving Activities Include: $37,569,790 for grants ABOUT Purpose and Activities: The foundation supports programs designed to promote literacy and STEM education for K-12…

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Grant Opportunity: Wells Fargo Foundation

Name: Wells Fargo Foundation Address: 550 S 4th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55415-0000 EIN: 41-1367441 NTEE Code: T21 NTEE Classification: Corporate Foundations NTEE Type: Philanthropy, Voluntarism and Grantmaking Foundations Classification: Charitable Organization Subsection: 501(c)(3) (View the list of codes) Activities: (602) Gifts, grants, or loans to other organizations Foundation Status: Private non-operating foundation Deductibility: Contributions are deductible…

October 21 — MAJOR GIFT DEVELOPMENT – WEALTH SEARCH, STRATEGY MEETINGS, DISCOVERY CONVERSATIONS, AND ACTION REGISTERS

Trainer: Kent Huyser, Senior Consultant at Gonser Gerber

• Identification – finding potential gift prospects
• Discovery – conducting research on major gift prospects (learning more about financial capacity and inclination to be generous)
• Cultivation – engaging & involving major gift prospects in the work of your organization
• Solicitation – making a compelling request for support
• Stewardship and recognition- extending gratitude and acknowledgment to the donor

October 6 — NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP (CREATING AND SUSTAINING ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY TO EXCEL)

Trainer: Thomas Greek, Vice President of Learning & Development at Navy Federal

Learning Gains:
• The value of empowerment vs. engagement (how to make it happen)
• Real leaders don’t follow (the essentials of creating a team of leaders)
• Centering with core values (Getting everyone on-board with shared values that strengthen your culture)
• Inspiring fanatical devotion on your team
• Creating a quality culture through consideration
• Putting products and clients first
• How to hire the best and then keep them motivated

September 16 — STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVEMENT (CREATING FUNCTIONAL PLANS TO IMPROVE SUCCESS)

Trainer: Dr. Black Horn, President and Chief Executive Officer at United Methodist Children’s Home

Learning Gains:
• Understanding context: ethical, comprehensive and productive development tied to results
• Using your strategic objectives as a management tool for improved service delivery and client interaction
• Ensuring fundraising and partnership is effective and focused
• Maintaining a clear direction

September 9 — A GUIDE TO TRANSPARENCY (MEETING DONOR AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS)

Trainer: Andrea Krieger, Executive Director at PSC Foundation
• What must nonprofits disclose to the public?
• Ten ways nonprofits can demonstrate financial transparency (ethical fundraising, COI policies, executive compensation, IRS form 990 board review, travel expense reimbursement policies and more)
• Complaints about nonprofits’ financial conduct (where the public can view scanned IRS form 990)
• Practical starting point for nonprofits wishing to meet transparency expectations
• Using your website to meet transparency expectations
• Whistleblower policies and internal complaint procedures for staff (paid and volunteer)

August 4, 8-10 AM — COLLABORATIONS THAT WORK WEBINAR- BUILDING YOUR COLLABORATIVE TEAM FOR BIG WINS!

Trainers: DeDe Flounlacker, Executive Director of Manna; Kimberly Krupa, Director of Achieve Escambia and Chandra Smiley, CEO of Community Health of Northwest Florida

Learning Gains:

Why collaborate?
First considerations (similar organization philosophy, filling service gaps, capacity, goals)
Expectations and challenges
Examples of shared successes
The difference between collaboration and collective impact (wins/losses with each)
The greater good – in both cases
Different revenue/expense/operational considerations for both models
Collaboration & community health (leveraging partnerships to address health disparities)