Wednesday, January 30th, 2013Time
: 2:00pm - 3:15pm ESTCost
: $35 -
Can you partner with another organization
and reallocate operational dollars without impacting services? Many
organizations , including P&R departments and day and resident camps, seek
out alternative funding opportunities to maximize resources and provide
services. Learn how Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation (MCPR) has worked
with churches, athletic associations, universities and private groups to
leverage their dollars to collaborate on capital and operational partnerships.
Attendees will understand the difference between fundraising and partnerships
as well as learn the process to evaluate partnership proposals to determine
their feasibility. Learning Objectives:
Learn how to develop a process for requesting funding partnerships in your
community to leverage operational and capital dollars.
how to assess a partnership proposal to determine if it is a good funding
opportunity for your agency.
3. Identify the strengths and
weaknesses of partnerships to help determine the feasibility and impact of
entering into a partnership agreement.
4. Identify the differences
between fundraising and partnerships to help conclude which avenue is right for
your organizations funding needs.Presenter
Alsup, Division Director, Enterprise Services, Mecklenburg County Park and
Recreation Department Register