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Collaboration for the Win: How Finance and Development Can Work Together for Deeper Donor Engagement

  • Thursday, September 16, 2021
  • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Virtual Zoom Webinar

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Let's face it - fundraising and financial stewardship go hand-in-hand in any sound nonprofit. While the fundraising team is focused on raising the funds an organization needs to further its mission, an organization's finances tell an important story to donors. 

In a report from The Next Generation of American Giving, when donors are looking for financial information on nonprofits, the top two things they look for are financial efficiency and the impact of their donation. Strong collaboration between development and finance can help your organization share its impact so you can keep your donors and attract new ones.

Join us for a discussion with Megan Angle, CPA, Partner with Porte Brown LL on building an effective and strategic relationship between development and accounting departments that will lead to success for your organization.

In this webinar, participants will learn:

  • The important roles development and finance play in helping an organization to thrive. 
  • How to concur common disconnects between the development and finance teams.
  • Steps that development and accounting teams can take to strengthen their relationship and work together.

Who should attend this webinar?:

  • Development staff
  • Finance staff
  • Board members

About the Presenter

Megan Angle is a Partner with Porte Brown LLC and has over 13 years of experience with Not-for-Profit Organizations. Prior to joining the Porte Brown team upon her graduation from Judson University, Megan had 4 years of industry experience working for a Not-for-Profit organization while completing her college education. As such, she brings a unique perspective to her work. Megan's experiences and knowledge have provided her the opportunity to be a frequent speaker on Board Governance and Financial Management. Recent speaking engagements include: featured speaker bi-annually at Board Governance Training and other Workshops throughout the year sponsored by Arts & Business Council of Chicago and the Illinois CPA Society. Megan serves as Board President for the Tri-Town YMCA  and is the Chairperson of the Illinois CPA Society’s NFP Committee.  Megan also serves as a member of the Illinois CPA Society's Committee Structure & Volunteerism Task Force, her local Chamber of Commerce and the Association of Professional Fundraisers.  As a resident of Villa Park all her life, Megan along with her husband Jeff and two children Madisyn and Jaxson are dedicated members of their local community.


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