Barr Foundation, Klarman Family Foundation, and Associated Grant Makers invite you to
Seminar on Capitalization and Community
with Technical Development Corporation (TDC) and Nonprofit Finance Fund
A framework to assess and strengthen the financial health of nonprofits to achieve their mission.
Capitalization and Community is designed to introduce and engage Boston area grantmakers in a dialogue on what this work means in the Boston area. Defining capitalization as "the financial resources an organization needs to fulfill its mission over time,” Capitalization and Community is an interactive seminar meant to deepen our knowledge and inform our grantmaking.
The seminar is designed for staff and trustees of funders, large and small, private and public, who have a shared interest in the health and vibrancy of the organizations they fund. This candid discussion among funders will review how money flows to nonprofits locally, our role in supporting the financial stability of our grantees, and the importance of thinking collectively even as we act independently.
Please join us for wine and cheese networking reception following, 3:00p-4:00p.
Space is limited to 40 people. Workshop admission is free.
Capitalization and Community Seminar is funded by the Barr Foundation.
The seminar was originally designed for Grantmakers in the Arts by senior consultants from the Nonprofit Finance Fund, New York City, and TDC, Boston, with assistance from National Arts Strategies, with support from the Kresge Foundation and The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation.