Make Money: NEW Nonprofit Revenue Streams

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coins flowing into a jarHow to Generate Unrestricted Revenue for Your Organization

Are you looking to diversify your revenue stream? Would you like to increase organizational sustainability by creating recurring, predictable revenue streams for general operating expenses? In this 90-minute training Stephanie Sample, Founder and CEO of Sample Consulting Studio, will introduce social enterprise for nonprofits. She will walk you through the process of identifying organizational assets, strategically selecting an asset to monetize, and developing a business plan around your core competencies.

 Topics covered will include:

  • how to identify and monetize your organizational assets;
  • examples of successful nonprofits with social enterprises;
  • components of a social enterprise business plan;
  • how your social enterprise impacts your nonprofit mission; and,
  • tax repercussions for nonprofit organizations who generate revenue through social enterprise.

You will walk away with:

  • a list of your organization's monetizable assets;
  • examples of nonprofits that create their own revenue;
  • examples of nonprofits that launched social enterprises in the pandemic;
  • a format for starting the conversation about social enterprise at your organization; and,
  • inspiration and insight into potential revenue streams.

This webinar was previously offered under the title The Power of Social Enterprise

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Presenter

Stephanie Sample

Founder and CEO of Sample Consulting Studio (SCS), Stephanie Sample, supports organizations in leaning into the expansive nature of grant proposal writing and grant-making. SCS is a small but mighty grant writing firm based in New Mexico that has raised over $10 million writing federal, state, foundation, and corporate grants for the last 5 years. SCS also provides philanthropic consultation to a variety of local and regional funders. SCS believes that both traditional best practices and multidisciplinary tools such as futures thinking will be needed to usher organizations and funders into this new era of philanthropy.
Stephanie Sample