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Catchafire invites you to their webinar

Arts & Culture Nonprofits | Communicating Impact in a Changing Landscape

About this webinar

What's this Webinar About?

Your work is urgent - it's through art where we develop an equitable vision, dialogue, and understanding for a better future. But it's not always simple to quantify the impact of the arts into clean numbers and stats. Translating how your work matters is essential, especially in a time where the values of the arts is under skepticism.

We’re convening all of our Arts & Culture organizations to talk about the challenges and opportunities of creating a sense of urgency around your mission as you adapt to a changing landscape.

We'll explore how organizations are responding to changing times in the sector by leveraging skills-based volunteers on critical projects, from creating compelling branding and marketing materials to better communicate their mission to strengthening internal systems to sustain these improvements.

Some questions we'll explore...

  • What are other organizations in my cause area doing to re-assess and communicate their mission to diversify their supporter base?
  • How can I strengthen my organization's people and project management systems to sustain it into the future?

Why Should I Attend?

If any of the following describes you or your organization, join us:

  • You're part of an organization that brings the arts to the public and/or celebrates the events, places, & cultures that shape our world.
  • You want to hear from others actively doing similar work to yours, ask questions, and build community.


Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
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    Susan Stensland Executive Director @ Georgia Symphony Orchestra

    Susan H. Stensland, Executive Director for the Georgia Symphony Orchestra is a Georgia native. She joined GSO in 2006 and began serving as Executive Director in January, 2013.

Catchafire

Where talent meets purpose.

Catchafire.org is a full service, on-demand solution designed to address the wide-ranging and complex needs of nonprofits by connecting them with skills-based volunteers.

Through Catchafire’s marketplace, nonprofits have access to capacity-building projects and a community of volunteers.