LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE

REINHOLD FOUNDATION

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING INITIATIVE
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As part of its grant making program, The Paul E. and Klare N. Reinhold Foundation, Inc. works to support nonprofit organizations that serve Clay County, Florida – the community that provided such a fulfilling life for founders Paul and Klare Reinhold.

Through its Leadership Development and Capacity Building Initiative, the Foundation focuses on strengthening the nonprofit sector by strengthening the leadership of nonprofit organizations that serve Clay County. Any 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides services to Clay County residents is eligible to apply.

In 2022, the Paul & Klare Reinhold Foundation will offer the following training opportunities through its Leadership Development and Capacity Building Initiative. The workshops are developed and taught by instructors from the Rollins College Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership. The Reinhold Foundation underwrites all costs of training; thus, there are no tuition expenses for selected participating organizations.

2022 NONPROFIT TRAINING

Curriculums are developed and taught by the Rollins College Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership.

March 9 and 10, 2022, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. both days (12 total hours of instruction)

This workshop covers nonprofit management best practices with a goal of creating a sustainable organization. Funders look for proper accounting procedures, internal controls, a strong and active board of directors, consistent program evaluation and mission-based strategic planning. Participants work through the steps necessary to ensure their organizations have a strong foundation in order to be prepared to fundraise.

Learning Objectives:

Learn the 4 basic functions of management and how they can create optimum success for all.

Learn how the case for support, plus mission and value statements guide the organizational work.

Understand how sound planning and follow-through make the organization more ‘strategic’.

Understand the basics of creating strong and diversified fundraising success.

Capture the role of the board of directors. Learn how to utilize board members well.

Internalize the importance of data management and the evaluation of overall performance.

Intended Audience: Seniors leaders, board members, and aspiring leaders

March 31, 2022, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (6 hours of instruction)

Strategic planning requires leaders to intentionally choose their desired future and develop a documented approach to achieve that vision. Learn to excite your team by understanding how to create or alter your existing plan with an eye towards maximizing revenue and resources in this new economic environment.

 Learning Objectives:

Essential steps of the planning process and the importance of achieving your goals. 

Understand the role of CEO, board of directors and staff in plan creation and execution.

Internalize the importance of stakeholders’ input.

Grasp how to create measurable objectives and action steps to achieve your desired future.

Absorb specific benefits of strategic planning (i.e. use as a management tool, clear direction for the organization, improved service delivery and client interaction, increased community participation, and effective and focused fundraising).

Intended Audience: Senior leadership, board members, and key stakeholders

January 19 and 20, 2022, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. both days (12 total hours of instruction)

In today's environment, where a pandemic makes funding challenging, unrestricted donations are more important than ever. This is in your annual fund! In this highly interactive workshop, you will learn strategies to start and sustain an annual fund campaign. Creating a successful process will generate reliable unrestricted income, develop a base of loyal donors, and position your organization for higher level giving.  The annual fund is primarily designed to acquire, renew, and grow financial support primarily from individual donors.  This workshop addresses beginning to intermediate level instruction. Seasoned fundraising professionals may see this as a refresher course. 

 Learning Objectives:

Understand the purposes and goals of the Annual Fund.

Emerge with strategies to strengthen your case for support.

Recognize the role of social media to enhance your Fund.

Capture ways to minimize donor attrition through effective stewardship.

Learn significant steps in setting fundraising goals and evaluating results.

Intended AudienceFundraising and development professionals, managers, and aspiring leaders

February 23 and 24, 2022, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. both days (12 total hours of instruction)

Developing a robust planned giving program is crucial to the financial stability of any nonprofit.  This course will introduce you to the concepts and actual practice of planned giving from a former front-line planned giving fundraiser. You will learn fundamentals of planned giving: what it is, how it works, how to implement strategies and how it can impact your organization and career.

 Learning Objectives:

Receive a solid comprehension of numerous planned giving opportunities such as bequests, charitable gift annuities, life insurance, retirement plans and charitable trusts.

Understand the donor benefits for making a planned gift.

Capture a fundamental grounding in tax and regulatory implications of planned gifts.

Learn strategies to begin organizational readiness for a planning giving program.

Intended AudienceFundraising and development professionals, senior leaders, and board members

February 10, 2022, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (3 hours of instruction)

Most organizations struggle to address the "generational crises." For nonprofit organizations, questions and concerns revolve around next generation philanthropy. Who are these "next gen" donors and how do nonprofits reach this young donor base while engaging current givers? Join us for this half day workshop and learn how to position your organization to be ready to engage with all generations.
    

Learning Objectives:

Learn how to assess your communication platforms to capture effectiveness for multigenerational donors.

Understand how to leverage fundraising channels and strategies to reach multiple generations.

Explore how to appeal to multigenerational volunteer and giving preferences.

Intended Audience: Fundraising and development professionals, senior leaders, and board members

February 10, 2022, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (3 hours of instruction)

As the world increasingly transitions to 'virtual' operations, it is important for nonprofits to evolve in their digital communication efforts. This interactive session will help participants evaluate their digital communication efforts, both internal and external and, will provide strategies for improving your organization's digital portfolio. The session will involve some pre-work and analysis.

 Learning Objectives:

Receive a detailed understanding of the digital audit process.

Understand content within a digital audit.

Learn strategies for enhancing digital communication efforts.

Create a digital strategy for your organization.

Intended AudienceMarketing & social media professionals, senior leaders, and program specialists

January 27, 2022, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (6 hours of instruction)

One of the most important assets in your fundraising office is your donor relationship management names addresses and lists of gifts. It is a tool for facilitating, informing and driving every part of your organization’s fundraising program – if used right.  In this course we will examine why well-functioning Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) can make or break your fundraising program.  And, how to effectively involve people, process and technology to work in alignment. We will discuss strategies for using CRM systems effectively and getting the most out of your current platform. 

Learning Objectives:

Discover and balance your team’s data and program needs.

Develop an understanding of what strong data management should look like in our programs.

Understand how CRM technology supports organizational goals.

Learn critical steps for accessing your current CRM system.

Ensure you leave with an action plan to enhance your information management practices.

Intended Audience: Fundraising and development professionals, program specialists, and board members

Questions should be directed to Amy Parker at 269-5857 ext. 404 or aparker@reinhold.net.

OTHER NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP & CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES BELOW

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PARTNERSHIP WITH THE NONPROFIT CENTER

SUPPORTING CAPACITY BUILDING

The Reinhold Foundation regularly partners with the Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida to provide grants that help support the Nonprofit Center’s programs to strengthen Clay County nonprofits. Current partnership programs include the Clay County CEO Confidential, Topic-focused networking and trainings for staff and volunteers, board support, and more.

Click the button below to learn more about how to take advantage of the many opportunities offered by the Nonprofit Center to nonprofits serving Clay County.

ANNUAL ALUMNI BREAKFAST

GATHERING FOR INSPIRATION

The Reinhold Foundation hosts an annual Fall Nonprofit Leadership Alumni Breakfast. The breakfast is an annual gathering of past and present graduates of the Reinhold Foundation’s Nonprofit Team Leadership Development and Capacity Building Programs taught by the Rollins College Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership Center; recipients of the Reinhold Foundation’s Individual Leadership Development Grants; and members of the Clay Nonprofit Leadership Link, a nonprofit executive leadership program facilitated by the Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida. Since 2008, the Foundation has hosted this annual gathering to provide networking opportunities to nonprofit professionals and to support them with educational and inspirational speakers.