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THE LEADER
Hello from the team at Nonprofit Austin.  We send our well wishes to all of those who were affected by last week's winter storm.  We know that as you faced your own struggles, many of you were also working hard to serve our community.  We thank you for your hard work and perseverance! The Nonprofit Community continues to stand strong and we are here to support you!  If Nonprofit Austin can be of assistance, please reach out to us!
-Barry, Kate, Anh & Carolyn, Nonprofit Austin Team
Calendar
Civil Society | February 25th: 10:00 – 11 AM
Asian American Quality of Life Commission
 Barry Silverberg & Kirk Yoshida
Register here.
Harnessing the Power of Organizational Storytelling Part 3 | March 2nd: 12 – 1 PM
Using Storytelling at Your Workplace to Effect Change.
Lacy Alana
Register here.
Executive Presence Part II | March 3rd: 12:00 - 1:30 PM
Enhance Your Self and Other-Awareness to Demonstrate Flexibility and Build Positive Relationships. Alice Mar Rocher
Register here.
Civil Society | March 4th: 10:00 – 11 AM
Social Service Challenges Faced by Austin Asian Community
 Barry Silverberg & Darlene Lanham
Register here.
Harnessing the Power of Organizational Storytelling Part 4 | March 9th 12 – 1 PM
Data-driven Storytelling: Creating Compelling Stories that Drive Action - Even About Boring Topics.
Lacy Alana
Register here.
Civil Society | March 9th: 10:00 – 11 AM
Advocating for Asian American Seniors
Barry Silverberg & Shubhada Saxena
Register here.
Executive Presence Part III | March 10th: 12:00 - 1:30 PM
Maximize Your Influence Through Powerful Communication For Better Collaboration, Bigger Impact for Mutual Gain. Alice Mar Rocher
Register here.

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Spectrum Nonprofit Services Series
Find Guidance, Case Studies and Tools to Weather the Storm. Nearly nine-months into the COVID-19 pandemic, nonprofit organizations continue to be buffeted by the challenges imposed by this novel virus. While there have been some auspicious
developments, the reality is that as cases continue to rise across Texas and the United States, nonprofits can – and should – expect to encounter challenges to their service delivery and finances going into 2021.

To promote resiliency among the nonprofits of Greater Austin, Nonprofit Austin at ACC has teamed with Spectrum Nonprofit Services to organize and host a training series to give nonprofit leaders the guidance, case studies and tools they need to continue weathering the storm. Over the course of five 60-minute webinars, you will have an opportunity to engage in a multitude of topics that will prepare you for further navigating the pandemic as well as any challenges beyond. The following is a menu of topics and the dates and times of each session.
 
Session Registration Links Date & Time
Reimagining Your Organization March 23, 2021; 1pm
Budgeting & Scenario Planning for a New Reality March 30, 2021; 1pm
Using the Matrix Map to Reimagine Your Business Model April 6th, 2021; 1pm
Rebuilding Your Revenue Strategy April 13, 2021; 1pm
Demystifying Expenses to Determine True Program Cost April 20, 2021; 1pm
Nonprofit Austin at Night!
You asked, we listened!. Join us for our first evening series.  Nonprofit Marketing & Communications, Mondays at 6pm starting March 22nd and continuing for a four-part series. Each workshop’s content is intentionally standalone, however, each session also builds on earlier material.

Principles of marketing include defining your core mission and outcomes, demonstrating value to your audience, finding a unique identity, branding, goal-setting and communicating strategically. Whether you’re new to marketing or an experienced professional, revisiting the foundations of mar-comm planning will help you avoid “marketing mythology” traps and stay on course.

Week 1: Marketing Foundations and Myths | March 22nd: 6-7:30PM
Principles of marketing include defining your core mission and outcomes, demonstrating value to your audience, finding a unique identity, branding, goal-setting and communicating strategically. Whether you’re new to marketing or an experienced professional, revisiting the foundations of mar-comm planning will help you avoid “marketing mythology” traps and stay on course. Register here.

Week 2: Digital Marketing Primer | March 29th: 6-7:30PM
It’s a digital world – now more than ever. Get a crash course in social media, programmatic advertising, search, content marketing, and the rise of video. We will decode some of the lingo, bust through the buzzwords, and identify the strategies you can implement now. Course includes a glossary of terminology and a guide to getting started. Register here.

Week 3: Strategic Marketing | April 5th: 6-7:30PM
Let’s focus! Everybody’s got a great marketing idea and can’t wait to tell you about it. But ideas are easy – here’s how to develop a goal-oriented marketing plan. We’ll run through the essentials of situational analysis, metrics and measures, message, channels and implementation. What are your priorities? Bring your biggest operational challenges. Let’s talk about how strategic planning can fix them, and build your reputation as a problem-solver in your organization. Register here.

Week 4: Messages and Media | April 12th: 6-7:30PM
How do we tell everyone? What do they need to know? Do I need to hire someone? How much should we spend? Is this the best marketing idea in history? How do I know if it’s working? The answer is always…it depends. We’ll apply what you’ve learned in our introductory sessions, add a little magic (and science), and reveal secrets of communications and marketing. Register here.
 
We invite you to join us for our first evening series! "Nonprofit Marketing & Communication with Bonnie Spanogle" Bonnie is  Associate Director of Marketing for the Austin Community College District. A big-picture marketing strategist with 20 years of experience in advertising, promotions and production management, she loves working with non-profits and entrepreneurs, fixing sticky process problems, and helping clients communicate their vision.

Bonnie loves learning and solving problems while working with small businesses, non-profits and creative people. "Teaching allows me to do all of those things at once," she says, “and I strongly  believe that Austin's small businesses and community organizations keep our city liveable, unique, and connected". Register here.

 
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