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  • 1. Welcome to Resources Research & Development
  • 2. Icebreaker
  • 3. What is resources research & development?
  • 4. Resources Research & Development is:
    • proactive financial planning that applies
    • for-profit business plan strategies to nonprofit programs and projects.
  • 5. Create an Income Strategy
    • A 12 month plan of how your organization will generate more income, whether contributed, earned, or some other form.
    • Nonprofit Business Solutions-Business Plans. Retrieved from: http://www. nbsolutions .org/ lpgs / earnedventuring .html .
  • 6. Traditional fundraising sources are grants, annual/capital campaigns, special events, and planned giving.
  • 7. “ But in today’s environment, yesterdays’ fundraising strategies alone may not be sufficient for a nonprofits to grow.” Nonprofit Business Solutions – Business Plans
  • 8. Revenue Diversification tactics help to create a fiscal equilibrium.
  • 9. Earned Income ventures have been able to:
    • Generate new and unrestricted revenues
    • Decrease reliance on traditional fundraising activities
    • Differentiate themselves from their nonprofit peers
    • Open new relationships with current and new investors
    • Achieve greater mission effectiveness
    • Serve more people
    • Attain greater long-term sustainability and growth
  • 10. Earned Income is adaptation to a market economy
  • 11. Sustainability is dependent upon creating and maintaining a nice balance of revenue diversification.
  • 12. Why is Resources Research & Development Important?
  • 13. Nonprofits in the 21st Century face the daunting challenges of:
    • Increased competition
    • Dwindling city, county, state & federal funds
    • Shrinking foundation endowments
    • Higher expectations: outcome-based measurements
    • Rapidly changing technologies
    • Unpredictable economic downturns
    • Higher demand for services
    • Decreasing public largess
    • Increased pressure to operate in a business manner
    • See participant handout for footnote
  • 14. Titanic Syndrome: An organization attempting revenue generation for a state of crisis and fear.
  • 15. Revenue Diversification planning empowers your agency to:
    • Shift out of old mind sets of being a charity/dependent
    • Releases undervaluing your own organizational self worth
    • Identifies unique and valuable role of your organization
  • 16. No easy solutions!
    • To succeed, all earned-income and revenue generating strategies take a good deal of:
        • Time
        • Money; and
        • Concentrated effort
  • 17. Session Overview
  • 18. “ A revenue source is a discrete income source with its own characteristics and requirements. It can be earned income or unearned income. ” Intermediary Development Series: Building Multiple Revenue Sources (http://www.acf.hhs.gov/program/ccf)
  • 19. Earned income: Money received by a person or organization for product sales or service rendered.” Unearned income: Organizational income derived from philanthropic gifts and investments, as contrasted with fees for service or product sales.” Referenced in last slide
  • 20. “ Financial Resources are the ranging assets of your organization, from actual cash, property and inventory to your staff and volunteers, good will, reputation, constituent base, board members and partners of your organization.” Referenced in the last slide
  • 21. Step One: Revenue Source Analysis
  • 22. Step Two: Project Fiscal Goals
  • 23. Module 2: Traditional Funding Sources: Grants, Donations & Foundations
  • 24. Grants awarded in the non-profit sector are usually resources (monies or product) granted to an organization to fulfill it’s mission. Sources for grants include private foundations, as well as city, state, and federal agencies.
  • 25. Is this grant a good fit for our project?
  • 26. Researching Grants & Foundations
  • 27. There are no sure fire guidelines to search out grants. Fact is, it takes time and diligence.
  • 28. Tools of Grant Research: Decent computer with a high speed modem with printer Good file system by subject RFP due date calendar
  • 29. Donation is an act of giving to charity
  • 30. This “act of giving” comes in forms of cash, cars, clothes, food, furniture, toys, and other items that pertain to the mission of the nonprofit.
  • 31. Who gives….
  • 32. And to whom….
  • 33. "The Ten Immutable Laws of the (Fundraising) Universe" by Carl Richardson.
  • 34. Module 3: Non-traditional Funding Sources: Community Organizing and Social Enterprises
  • 35. Community Partnering/Organizing
  • 36. Social Enterprise
  • 37. Enterprising Nonprofits: Revenue Generation in the Nonprofit Sector by Cynthia W. Massarsky and Samantha L. Beinhacker a joint project by Yale School of Management – The Goldman Sachs Foundation and Partnership on Nonprofit Ventures .
  • 38. As a non-profit though, you can incorporate small scale entrepreneurial projects that:
    • provide good experiences for your clients,
    • help your organization examine new revenue generation options, and
    • help strengthen your mission.
  • 39. There are usually three primary parts of a business plan:
    • the business concept
    • the marketplace section
    • the financial section
  • 40. Breaking these three major sections down even further, a business plan consists of seven key components: Executive Summary Business description Market strategies Competitive analysis Design and development plan Operations and management plan Financial factors
  • 41. Research & Resources
  • 42. Thank you!!!

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