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Webinar: Financial Storytelling: Crafting Your Nonprofit's Narrative to Maximize Impact

  • May 15, 2024
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM



Join us for the webinar "Financial Storytelling: Crafting Your Nonprofit's Narrative to Maximize Impact," where Laura Collins of KPMG will offer expert advice on shaping and sharing your financial narrative. Learn key strategies for building trust and drawing in new supporters through financial transparency and stewardship. You'll gain insights into turning financial data into engaging stories that showcase your achievements and needs. The session will also cover financial management best practices specifically designed for book distribution nonprofits aimed at enhancing operational efficiency. Additionally, discover how to use financial information to assess program effectiveness and identify improvement opportunities, aligning your actions with your mission for maximum impact.

Key Takeaways:

  • Building Trust Through Financial Integrity: Understand the significance of managing your nonprofit's finances to foster trust among your supporters and attract new allies.

  • Narrating Success with Numbers: Learn how to turn financial figures into engaging narratives that spotlight your organization's achievements and needs.

  • Best Practices in Financial Management: Gain insights into the best practices in financial management specifically tailored for book distribution organizations, helping you optimize your operations for greater impact.

  • Evaluating Program Impact: Learn how to use financial information to evaluate the success of current programs and identify areas for improvement

Reserve Your Spot in Advance: Mark your calendar and be the first to secure your seat for this transformative learning opportunity. Stay connected, and we'll share the registration link as soon as it's live!

Webinars are free for members and $25 for nonmembers. If you haven't yet joined the NBAA, please click here to sign up and stay in touch.

Speaker: Laura Collins is a Director in KPMG’s Exempt Organizations tax practice. Laura has worked exclusively with exempt organizations for more than 25 years. She serves private foundations and public charities along with publicly-traded and privately-held companies relative to their direct and indirect corporate philanthropy efforts. Laura was also selected to provide compliance services to KPMG’s own foundation, the KPMG U.S. Foundation. Laura practices as a licensed Certified Public Accountant. 

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