PAST EVENT—In-Person Training—NPCC Workshop —Technology Shark Tank on September 19th

PAST EVENT—In-Person Training—NPCC Workshop —Technology Shark Tank on September 19th

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WHAT: In-person Training

When: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 | 9:30 am - 11:30 am ET

Where: NPCC 135 West 36th Street 15th Floor, New York, NY 10018

Register here

 

Description:

From NPCC's website:

If you ask nonprofit leaders what they see as the biggest obstacle to improving technology in their organizations, the most common answer is “money”. Other resource constraints such as expertise and staffing are often mentioned as well. Given all these constraints and the incredible pace of technology change, how can nonprofits keep up?

We’ll explore how to identify potential funding sources for different types of technology projects and outline strategies for approaching these funders by building a case for your organization’s specific technology needs.

Over the course of the workshop, we'll be guiding attendees through the completion of a technology fundraising application, preparing attendees for submersion in the Technology Funding Shark Tank. The last part of this workshop will be the "Shark Tank", where selected participants will pitch their project to a panel of sharks comprised of facilitators and audience members.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand how funding opportunities fit within an overall IT budget or strategy
  • Understand how strategic planning enhances your ability to find and obtain grants
  • How to build a realistic action plan for navigating the technology funding landscape
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    Who:

    Joshua Peskay is the Vice President of Technology Strategy at RoundTable Technology and an accomplished technology leader with more than two decades of experience managing technology for New York City nonprofit organizations. Joshua is a dynamic and engaging public speaker with a proven track-record for developing, implementing and supporting a wide range of successful technology solutions for nonprofits. Prior to becoming vice president of RoundTable, Joshua served as Director of Information Technology at the Fund for the City of New York, where he oversaw a program that provided technology services to over one thousand NYC nonprofits.