DRF is currently searching for an addition to our program staff team. This person will identify community needs and facilitate collaboration among regional stakeholders in one of DRF's four focus areas (economic development, education, health and wellness and community development); and prepare and analyze grant requests to support regional efforts, and related work as apparent or assigned.
Grantwriting and Compliance – How to Writ...
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Writing a Strategic Business Plan
This event is part of the series:
August 27, 2019
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Instructor: Anne Willson, email@example.com
Participants will examine the parts of a strategic plan including the vision and mission statement, values and goals that will guide the organization into the future. Students will also learn important tools to analyze their respective nonprofit organizations to help them make decisions for setting a course for the organization’s future. Analysis tools include the SWOT Analysis, BCG Matrix, the Sustainability Matrix and the Strategy Canvas. There will be an opportunity for students to apply the tools through group work to evaluate an organization and understand the process of constructing a Sustainable Strategic Plan.
- Understand the parts of a strategic plan for your nonprofit
- Be familiar with what tools to use to analyze your nonprofit’s plan for the future
Bio: Anne Willson works with nonprofits to strengthen the core structures of the organizations and increase their social impact. With a grounded, real-world perspective gained through twenty-seven years in the nonprofit sector, she assists organizations in addressing several fundamental issues necessary for compelling community engagement: sustainable strategic planning built from foundational pillars, solidifying organizational integrity, and identifying and leveraging organizational assets to broaden engagement and increase both philanthropic and earned revenue streams. Anne holds two B.A.’s, an M.A. in Liberal Arts and a Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management.