Develop the tools needed to navigate fundraising and leading in uncertain times

L.E.A.D. series; developing tools to fund raise and lead during uncertain times

The L.E.A.D. webinar series, hosted by Coastal Community Foundation and SVP Charleston, aims to help nonprofit leaders navigate the new realities of fundraising and leading in uncertain times. To date, over 400 nonprofit leaders from all nine coastal counties have participated. The series covers topics intended to help your organization develop the tools needed not only to remain resilient, but also grow over the coming years post-pandemic.

You can access the recordings of past L.E.A.D. series sessions below, thanks to the generous support from Dominion Energy, who made this series possible.

Crisis Communications
Virtual Fundraising
Engaging and Leveraging Your Board Virtually
Resilient Leadership
Focus on Growth: Resetting your Strategic Plan for Resilience

 

 

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