Unleashing the Power of Your Board For Fundraising

Your board of directors can be an invaluable asset to your nonprofit’s fundraising efforts. By establishing clear expectations, identifying areas of strength, and providing necessary training, your board can become a formidable fundraising team. With their passion and dedication, they can help you unlock the financial resources needed to drive your mission forward. So, begin harnessing the power of your board for fundraising and witness your organization thrive and make a lasting impact. In today’s podcast, Wendy Steele from Impact100 Global and Steven Halasnik from Financing Solutions, a leading provider of business loans for nonprofits, discuss “Unleashing the Power of Your Board For Fundraising.”

Read an Executive Summary or Listen to the Podcast HERE: Unleashing the Power of Your Board For Fundraising

About The Guest, Wendy Steele from Impact100 Global

Wendy H. Steele is the founder and CEO of Impact100, a global nonprofit organization dedicated to uniting and empowering over 30,000 women to create a transformational impact in their communities has today collectively granted more than $123 million to worthy nonprofits across more than 65 local chapters and four countries. In recognition of her work with Impact100, Wendy was selected by Forbes for the July 2021 50 over 50 Impact list recognizing women changing communities through social entrepreneurship, law, advocacy, and education.

About Stephen Halasnik, The Nonprofit MBA Podcast, and Financing Solutions

Stephen Halasnik co-founded Financing Solutions, the leading provider of lines of credit for nonprofits and church financing. The credit line program for nonprofits & churches is fast, easy, inexpensive, and costs nothing to set up, making it a great backup plan when cash flow is temporarily down. Mr. Halasnik is also the host of the popular, Nonprofit MBA Podcast. The podcast brings experts to discuss fundraising, nonprofit grants, executive director leadership, nonprofit boards, and other important topics. You can learn more about the nonprofit line of credit program here or call 862-207-4118.