COVID-19 has caused budgets to shrink, not just for nonprofits, but for corporations too. Fortunately, there are still plenty of opportunities to partner with businesses and executives to get pro bono support for your organization! This week on the Nonprofit Jenni Show, we’re talking about best prac
Publish Date: Jun 12, 2020
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COVID-19 has caused budgets to shrink, not just for nonprofits, but for corporations too. Fortunately, there are still plenty of opportunities to partner with businesses and executives to get pro bono support for your organization! This week on the Nonprofit Jenni Show, we’re talking about best practices for navigating relationships as your nonprofit collaborates with corporations. Before we dig into tips for pro bono relationships, Jenni shares info about her new COVID-19 Awareness Kits which can help your nonprofit protect seniors, people living in long-term care facilities, and people with underlying health conditions that make them especially vulnerable to the virus. Go to nonprofitjenni.com/coursesandmore to find the free and full versions of this kit, which both include four tools to help you spread awareness about how to stop transmission of COVID-19. First, Danielle Holly (CEO of Common Impact) talks about how her nonprofit organization helps connect charitable corporations with small nonprofits in need. She explains the importance of cross-sector partnerships and highlights some resources for nonprofits to identify potential pro bono partners. Danielle is also on the boards of directors for Fan4Kids (fan4kids.org) and Women in Innovation (womenininnovation.co). Get free help with your skills-based volunteering projects at capacitycommons.org with resources like sample projects, help valuing your project, and volunteer search tools. Then Brenda Jimenez (CEO of MENTOR New York) describes how Common Impact helped connect her organization with JP Morgan Chase. She explains how she nurtured a strong relationship with C-suite executives at this giant corporation and offers advice for nonprofit leaders who want to enter pro bono relationships with for-profit companies. Our guests this week include:--Danielle Holly from Common Impact: commonimpact.org--Brenda Jimenez from MENTOR New York: mentornewyork.org Nonprofit Jenni provides consulting services and coaching calls for nonprofits and social impact organizations seeking guidance in the areas of Marketing, Fundraising, Growth, and Starting Up. Visit nonprofitjenni.com to learn more. All information in the Nonprofit Jenni Show is very general in nature, and may not apply to your specific nonprofit organization. Please direct clarifying questions to Nonprofit Jenni by visiting nonprofitjenni.com. Produced by Wayfare Recording Co. Music by Emily Summers. ©2020 Nonprofit Jenni. All Rights Reserved.