Nonprofit 101: Questions answered for your mission-driven life!

2024tue23jul12:00 pmtue1:00 pmNonprofit 101: Questions answered for your mission-driven life!From question to action: Start your nonprofit journey here.12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Register here.

Event Details

Attendees will go through a nonprofit startup roadmap, learning about the key tasks and events that happen in the early days of a nonprofit’s life cycle.

We will focus on the more commonly asked questions:

  1. “Should I start a nonprofit?”
  2. “What does a board of directors do?”
  3. “What paperwork is needed to start a nonprofit?”
  4. “What about grants?”

As well as the commonly overlooked concepts:

  1. “How to conduct a needs assessment”
  2. “What is fiscal sponsorship?”
  3. “How to partner with other NPOs”
  4. “How business and nonprofits overlap,” with a particular focus on the necessity for capacity building in the early days.

Attendees will leave with a checklist and the opportunity to connect with other early stage nonprofits.

Three Takeaways:

  1. Each attendee will learn some of the next steps they need to take, wherever they are in the life cycle of their nonprofit.
  2. Each attendee will have improved familiarity with critical concepts for early-stage NPOs.
  3. Each attendee will get connected to at least one resource or partner to help further their mission.
  1. Speaker Bio: Meg Taylor

Meg Taylor is an Arizona native with 23 years of nonprofit expertise. She has walked alongside dozens of small mission-driven teams in Arizona, California and Nevada, in all stages of growth: from founding to finish.

In addition to her work with micro to mid sized nonprofit organizations, for the last 3 years, Meg has assisted the City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, the Arizona Commission on the Arts and the Arizona Housing Coalition with grantmaking strategy. She has been a consultant with TAPAZ for the last 7 years and an advisor for HUUB since 2020. As well as serving as a mentor for Social Venture Partners and presenting Board Development education with SeedSpot.

Meg is currently a fellow in the 2023-2024 Leading for Change cohort and is the co-founder of Capably, a resource toolkit for mission-driven organizations.

All virtual events are presented by HUUB, a one-stop online resource and support platform for entrepreneurs.

This event is going to be held virtually. Attendees will receive a link to the live stream and worksheets once they have signed up.

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(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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