Stephen Halasnik Nonprofit MBA Podcast overviews the 4th season launch of this media offering featuring the nation’s best nonprofit experts who understand the challenges and share smart, workable solutions. Produced by Financing Solutions, the leading provider of nonprofit lines of credit, the podcast’s goal is to help executive directors, board members, and staff for nonprofit organizations that have less than $5 million in yearly revenue.
Stephen Halasnik, the host of the podcast, said, “Our podcast, which now offers 70+ episodes is in its fourth season with many more to come, addresses timely topics for today’s nonprofits, such as fundraising, grant writing, donor relationships, board meetings, corporate sponsorships, operations, management, branding, technology, accounting, tools, and so much more. Plus it is just fun to listen to!”
“People involved in nonprofits often tell me,” said Halasnik, “how helpful the podcast is. I believe that if an executive director listens to these experts on The Nonprofit MBA Podcast that it can be the perfect source for coming up with new ideas and also to learn about the best practices in running a nonprofit. Podcasts are awesome to listen to when you are doing something else like cooking, exercising, etc. Our listeners are out there every day making the world a better place, and I am proud that, in a small way, The Nonprofit MBA Podcast is there to help a nonprofits noble efforts. We are need t do our part.”
Here are some of the most recent podcasts on the Nonprofit MBA Podcast:
Brand Building & Visual Identity for Nonprofits. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.34
Summary: In today’s podcast episode, Eric Ressler from Cosmic and Stephen Halasnik from Financing solutions discuss strategies that nonprofits can use to build their brand and visual identities. These solutions help nonprofits highlight and communicate their purpose through marketing and branding strategies.
Power Prospecting for Fundraising for Major Gifts & Donors. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.33
Summary: In today’s podcast episode, Jay Frost from Frost On Fundraising and Stephen Halasnik from Financing Solutions discuss how to manage relationships with potential prospects for fundraising. These solutions are helping nonprofits find and keep high-value donors.
The Role of Corporate Sponsorship in a Nonprofit’s Marketing and Revenue Mix. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.32
Summary: In today’s Nonprofit MBA podcast guest, Ken Ungar from CHARGE speaks with Stephen Halasnik from Financing Solutions about the role of corporate sponsorship in a nonprofit’s marketing and revenue mix. They talk about what nonprofit corporate sponsorship is and why it is important. They also talk about things that are very important for your nonprofit to have such as an audience and a platform with followers necessary to get a nonprofit corporate sponsorship.
Top 10 Federal Grant Writing Mistakes. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.31
Summary: In today’s Podcast episode, Diane Leonard from DH Leonard Consulting & Grant Writing Services, LLC and Stephen Halasnik from Financing Solutions discusses the top ten mistakes that nonprofit organizations make when applying for federal grants. These solutions are helping nonprofit organizations become more competitive during the process of grant seeking.
Why Diversity and Inclusion are Important for Nonprofit Leaders & Management. Nonprofit MBA Podcast 3.30
Summary: In today’s Nonprofit MBA podcast guest, Veronica Farris from Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY) of America speaks with Stephen Halasnik from Financing Solutions about why diversity and inclusion are important for nonprofit leaders and management. They talk about how nonprofits need diversity and inclusion. They also touch on discrimination and the hiring process nonprofits go through.
About Financing Solutions
Financing Solutions has been in business since 2012 and is the leading provider of lines of credit to small nonprofits. Financing Solutions is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau and 5 stars from its customers on Google reviews. The Line of Credit product is very popular because it addresses a real need by nonprofits to be a cash backup plan for when cash flow is temporarily down but when important bills need to be paid. i.e. payroll.
The nonprofit credit line costs nothing to set up and nothing until used and when used, it is economical. The line of credit doesn’t require any collateral and there are no personal guarantees unless in the case of fraud.
To learn more about the nonprofit line of credit or to apply, please click here.
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Stephen Halasnik Nonprofit MBA Podcast was first posted at Inside Charity
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