Earned Income: Make it Work for Your Museum - 2019 Lunch and Learn Webinar Series

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Mar
20

Thru
Nov, 15
12:00am

Florida Humanities Council's Community Project Grants

2019 Community Project Grant Deadlines
2019 Deadline Notification Contract Period Funding Amount
March 20th, 12pm EST May 1, 2019 5/1/19 - 5/1/20 Up to $5,000
May 15th, 12pm EST July 1, 2019 7/1/19 - 7/1/20 Up to $5, 000
July 15th, 12pm EST Sept 1, 2019 9/1/19 - 9/1/20 Up to $5,000
Sept 16th, 12pm EST Oct 31, 2019 10/31/19 - 10/31/20 Up to $5,000
Nov 15th, 12pm EST Jan 1, 2020 1/1/20 - 1/1/21 Up to $5,000

 

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12:00am

May
10

Earned Income: Make it Work for Your Museum - 2019 Lunch and Learn Webinar Series

The National Center for Charitable Statistics estimates that in 2008 nearly 70% of the $1.4 trillion generated by nonprofits was from the sale of goods and services, referred to as earned income. In this webinar, you will hear from four museum professionals about their success with diversifying income streams by increasing earned income opportunities. This session will provide tips and suggestions for what works and what doesn't, as well as ideas for how your museum can increase earned income.

About the Speakers: Brynne Anne Besio, CEO, The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature; Kathy Fleming, Executive Director, St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, Dorrie Hipschman, Executive Director, Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum

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Time
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Jun
20

5 Secrets to a Fabulous Fundraising Board - 2019 Lunch and Learn Webinar Series

For many Board members, asking people for money is their worst nightmare and most daunting board responsibility. For Executive Directors, fundraising without Board involvement is a frustrating, unrelenting challenge. If this sounds familiar, join us for a candid discussion about why fundraising fails, what board members really need to know about fundraising that they’ve probably never heard, and practical ways to help Board members be effective members of the fundraising team. Bring your questions and challenges for this webinar designed to help Board and staff raise MORE money together!

 

About the Speaker: Alyce Lee Stansbury, CFRE, is the founder and President of Stansbury Consulting and is a 25-year fundraising veteran and seasoned advisor in nonprofit management and board development. She has raised millions of dollars and helped her clients grow fundraising results by over 200% and exceed campaign goals by 45%. Alyce Lee is nationally certified Master Trainer in Fundraising, a sought-after speaker, and co-writes a weekly newspaper column called “Notes on Nonprofits” that appears in the Tallahassee Democrat. She is past President of the Big Bend chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and first recipient of the chapter’s Outstanding Fund Raising Professional Award.

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Time
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Jul
18

Always Advocacy: Building Relationships - 2019 Lunch and Learn Webinar Series

Advocacy is about more than just showing up when you need something. It is about building ongoing relationships and trust, providing the facts, understanding your audience, and ensuring those in decision making roles are recognized. In this webinar you will learn basic advocacy principles for long term relationship building, as well as priorities within the museum field.

About the Speaker: Malinda Horton has served as the Executive Director of the Florida Association of Museums (FAM) since 1995. Prior to working for FAM, she worked for the previous Executive Director and also worked in the Florida Legislature. In addition to her regular Executive Director duties, she serves as the lobbyist for FAM and takes an active role in advocacy and advocacy training. She also serves as a consultant for several other non-profit organizations including the Florida Art Museum Directors Association, the Florida Association of Public Art Professionals, and Apalachee Land Conservancy. She currently serves as Past-Chair on the Board of the Tallahassee Museum, a board member of VISIT FLORIDA, and the Treasurer for the Coalition of State Museum Associations.

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Time
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Sep
15

Thru
Sep, 18
11:59pm

2019 FAM Annual Conference

FAM Announces the dates for the 2019 Annual Conference to be held in Orlando September 15-18, 2019.

More information on hotel and agenda TBA.

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12:00am

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