In this workshop, Program Officers will gain an understanding of how to engage in a dialogue with grantees to identify their capacity for fiscal strategy around complex issues. The session will focus on understanding they key components of strategic financial management, especially as it relates to the following issues:
- Building and managing operating reserves
- Capital budgeting and planning
- Financial strategy and oversight at the board governance level
Since their founding in 1999, FMA’s primary mission has been to empower not-for-profit organizations with the knowledge and skills they need to successfully serve their constituents and fulfill their missions. FMA provides capacity-building technical assistance, including organizational consultation and training, using an approach tailored to individual organizations and their specific needs. FMA serves nonprofit organizations, empowering them to effectively manage their resources and position themselves for stable, long-term growth.
Hilda H. Polanco is the founder and CEO of FMA. She has led FMA to become the go-to capacity builder foundation and nonprofit leaders seek to address nonprofit financial management issues.
A nationally recognized and sought after leader in the field, Hilda serves the sector in many ways. Since its inception, Hilda serves on the selection committee of the New York Nonprofit Excellence Awards, established by the New York Times and the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee. Hilda also is an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Department of Health Policy and Management, as well as on faculty with the Donor’s Forum of Chicago. (See Full Bio)
Funders who make strategic investments in partner organizations and are interested in engaging in meaningful conversation around those organizations’ financial strategy and approach.
These workshops are open to all NCG Members.
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This workshop has a $35 fee for members, and $50 fee for non-members.