On April 13, 14, and 15, join NYU Community Engagement for a series of virtual conversations with community partners and NYU experts on tools for nonprofits in 2021.

For nonprofits facing the ongoing changes of the pandemic, skills in marketing, board recruitment, volunteer engagement, and operations management are especially valuable. Join us for collaborative discussions on how to reopen your facilities, engage volunteers, and tell your organization's story to recruit board members.

Safely Reopen Your Facilities within a Rapidly Shifting Context

Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 1-2 pm Eastern Time

Before reopening facilities to staff or program participants, there are many questions to answer about the use, layout, and infrastructure of facilities. Denham Wolf, a real estate firm that specializes in providing real estate expertise specifically for nonprofits, will share best practices on reopening your facilities in the context of COVID-19. They'll also touch on other opportunities to upgrade your facilities affordably.

The Art of Storytelling to Attract Board Members

Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 1-2 pm Eastern Time

Learn how to tell your organization's story in order to recruit new board members.

Strategies to Keep Volunteers Engaged and Connected

Thursday, April 15, 2021, 1-2 pm Eastern Time

In a pandemic context, nonprofit organizations are meeting ever-growing demands with limited resources, so keeping volunteers engaged is especially crucial. Rick Akin of the Bowery Residents' Committee will share his expertise on volunteer management in a COVID-19 context, including recruitment, training, recognition, and retention.

Nonprofit Forum