Fund Development for Community Mediation Centers
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
1:00 to 2:30 pm EDT
Back by popular demand, this one and a half hour teleseminar will provide a broad overview of funding sources available to nonprofit mediation centers. The information provided will be general in nature. All participants will receive a helpful 24-page fund development handbook and have an opportunity to participate in an interactive Q&A component following the formal presentation.
The following topics will be covered in the teleseminar:
- The essentials of development planning;
- The seven sources of money available to any organization;
- Overview of government funding sources;
- Funds from foundations;
- Fees for service;
- Funds from individuals; and
- Marketing, public relations, and fundraising.
Speaker: Karmit Bulman is an attorney, qualified neutral under Rule 114, and has been the director of non-profit organizations for 25 years. She was a managing attorney for legal services and served as executive director for the Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women, Avenues for Homeless Youth and Temple Israel. Ms. Bulman is currently the executive director of the Conflict Resolution Center (CRC) in Minneapolis, and is responsible for financial management, program development, public and community relations, fund raising and oversight of CRC operations. CRC is a community-based, non-profit organization formed in 1981 for the purpose of strengthening communities by teaching and providing mediation and conflict resolution services. Karmit is also the newly elected Vice Chair of the NAFCM Board of Directors and member of the ACR Community Section Leadership Team.
To ensure there is an opportunity for all those on the call to participate, we may be limiting the number of registrations accepted for this event. Complete your registration today!
Call-in instructions and teleseminar handouts will be emailed to registrants on Friday, July 22nd.
We look forward to hearing you on the call!
Justin R. Corbett
Justin R. Corbett
Executive Director, NAFCM