Keeping Your Nonprofit's Budget Afloat and Adaptive in a Sea of Unknowns

Tuesday, October 19, 2021
2:00–3:15 p.m. ET

The Nonprofit Advisory Board and FAR (formerly the Finance & Administration Roundtable) invite you to a complimentary virtual discussion:

Keeping Your Nonprofit's Budget Afloat and Adaptive in a Sea of Unknowns

Budgeting for nonprofit organizations continues to be a challenge with the economic uncertainties that have been with us for many months. With COVID-19 variants, lower-than-expected vaccination rates, tough labor markets, the uncertainty of in-person events, and ever-changing mask and social distancing guidelines and requirements, it’s hard to develop a budget – and even harder to stick to it. No matter the sources of your nonprofit’s funding, following the basics of effective budget—planning and management is more important than ever. Join our esteemed panelists to get a variety of perspectives on various budgeting topics, such as:​​​​

Budget basics for nonprofit organizations

How to build in budget flexibility

Educating stakeholders about financial challenges and uncertainty

The impact of job loss and other financial challenges on individual and corporate donations, sponsorships, and the like

The charitable and foundation contribution landscape for end-of-year giving

Retaining members and communicating the value of membership

The impact to revenue from holding fundraisers, meetings, conferences, and other events virtually or in a hybrid form​

Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum, Esq., Managing Partner—Tenenbaum Law Group PLLC​​​​​

Featured Panelists:
Jennifer McCahill, CPA, Audit Partner—GRF CPAs & Advisors
Glen Devenish, CPA, Manager—Your Part-Time Controller
Indira Henard, DSW, MSW, Executive Director—DC Rape Crisis Center
Mitzi D. Osterhout, COO and CFO—American Traffic Safety Services Association