5 Steps to Run Better, Grow Stronger, & Raise More Money
with Stephen King
Who doesn’t want their organization to grow stronger?
Stephen King, CEO & CPA with over 35 years of Nonprofit financial management experience, worked closely with many nonprofits to develop the 5 step framework to help organizations serve more people and raise more money!
Nonprofits are harder to run than for-profits (and the pandemic made it even harder!) Having done both, King knows firsthand the importance of having accurate data and actionable reporting for better decision-making.
King shares the step-by-step method, with real stories of how it works from organizations he has helped over the past 35 years.
You’ll learn the five steps every Nonprofit needs to get alignment in their organization & the board thinking strategically.
- Learn How To Identify Which Outcomes Best Further Your Mission
- Analyze Program Data: Which Programs Do You Start, Stop, Continue?
- Making The Four Core Decisions With Data
- How To Get Organizational Alignment
- Show Donors Their ROI and Raise More Money
About the Presenter
From tech founder to nonprofit CFO and fundraiser, Stephen King brings a unique combination of vision, foresight, and experience to help nonprofits maximize their cash flow and operational efficiency. He’s been a dedicated board member of many nonprofit organizations – including seven years working for Amnesty International USA – where he was the Director of Development and Chief Financial Officer. His time at Amnesty reinforced Steve’s life-long commitment to giving back to the community through charitable causes. Regarded as one of the accounting industry’s top thought leaders, he’s currently serving as President & CEO of GrowthForce, a heart-centered company with specialized teams providing accounting for nonprofits.
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