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Strategic advantage library-summit-mail-to-participants_05-2015

Presentation given at the NC/SC Library Fundraising Summit on May 15, 2015 in Charlotte, NC entitled "The Strategic Advantage." Presentation provided attendees with valuable information related to the strategic advantages of establishing an endowment for long-term organizational sustainability.

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Strategic advantage library-summit-mail-to-participants_05-2015

  1. 1. The Strategic Advantage Library Fundraising Summit Charlotte, North Carolina May 15, 2015 Developed and Facilitated By:
  2. 2. The Big Picture 1,561,780+ Tax-Exempt (Nonprofits) 966,711– Public Charities 98,671 – Private Foundations 496,398 – Other 501-c’s $1.5 Trillion in Revenue 13 Million Employees 61 Million Volunteers5.5% of GDP 9% of Economy’s Wages 10% of Jobs
  3. 3. 2013 contributions: $335.17 billion by source of contributions (in billions of dollars – all figures are rounded) SLIDE CAN’T BE DUPLICATED – SOURCE: GIVING USA
  4. 4. Economic Engine in the Social Sectors* American Cancer Society Special Olympics Small Local Church Teach For America Charitable Donations & Private Grants High Low Business Revenue Low High Nature Conservancy Mega Church Girl Scouts Local Council NYC Opera Harvard College Private Schools Share our Strength Boys & Girls Clubs Charter Schools K-12 Public Schools NASA EPA NYPD Mayo Clinic Red Cross Goodwill Industries UC Berkeley Northwestern Memorial Hospital I II III IV *Jim Collins- Good To Great and the Social Sectors
  5. 5. Cycle of Sustainable Performance Funders/Donors who provide opportunities and rewards to Organizations who deliver value at an economic cost to Beneficiaries whose benefits provide psychological and other returns to -Robert M. Sheehan Jr., Mission Impact
  6. 6. The Stages of Development Forming  Transition from individual to member status; explore boundaries of group.  Testing the leader’s guidance both formally and informally Storming  Difficult time for a team; resist collaborating with other team members.  Groups debate about the approach and actions they need to take. Norming  Members reconcile competing loyalties and responsibilities.  Team ground rules (or “norms”) are accepted; Begin to assist one another. Performing  Members have discovered/accepted each other’s strengths and weaknesses.  Relationships and expectations are clear.
  7. 7. The Stages of Development Performance Time FORMING STORMING NORMING PERFORMING
  8. 8. The Stages of Development Performance Time FORMING STORMING NORMING PERFORMING
  9. 9. Strategic Direction VISION MISSION VALUES VALUES
  10. 10. NEXT STEPS
  11. 11. Thank You. @charlesweathers www.weathersgroup.com 803.400.1991 (Ph) * info@weathersgroup.com

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