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Funding not-for-profits: traditional and new approaches

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A webinar (just over an hour) considering traditional and new forms of funding for not-for-profits and the different legal characteristics of each type. Best suited to new, start-up or smaller organisations, perhaps.

The webinar describes different models of funding - some seen as traditional and others seen as new - and looks at some of the different legal characteristics, definitions, organisational relations and questions that need to be considered.

The range of funding types discussed is broad, including grants, investments, crowd funding, philanthropy, impact investment, peer-to-peer lending, social impact bonds and more.

It's a useful introduction to a topic some people may find daunting. There is an understandable lack of depth given the format but, if you have time it's worth viewing.

Resource Information

  • Author: Not-for-profit Law
  • Date: 2015
  • Target Audience: Tactical level (senior management, corporate services)
  • Access to Item is free?: Yes
  • Type of Resource: Study/monograph