Helping you consider how to invest in your organization and community.
With the release of COVID-19 stimulus funds through the CARES Act, now is an excellent time to consider how you can invest in your agency — in nonprofit technology, infrastructure and direct services — to better serve your community.
But do you know where to start?
We’ve put together resources to help Community Action Agencies and Head Start programs strategically invest their stimulus funding, including prioritizing their technology needs so they can grow, scale and modernize the way they serve their constituents.
Shifting your staff to work remotely and changing how you deliver services to clients have likely shined a light on the necessary technology investments that your nonprofit needs. In this webinar, we discuss:
- The steps you can take to refocus and realign technology
- The impact to your budget
- How IT can empower your mission
- How a tech roadmap can help
The need for reliable, cloud-based accounting software is even more critical as your nonprofit team works remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. During this webinar, you’ll learn how Sage Intacct can help you:
- Automate your accounts payable
- Oversee your cash flow
- Budget forecast and planning
- How to collaborate
These materials are brought to you in partnership with:
This guide will help you strategically evaluate your operations and prioritize your spending — helping you address your broader needs, improve the quality of services and increase your capacity to deliver.
Featured Thought Leader
Brian R. Gaumont
Brian Gaumont is a partner within Wipfli’s nonprofit and government practice. He has over seven years of experience at Wipfli. During this time, Brian has served as an experienced facilitator, working with small and large groups, and specializes in work with grant-funded and community-based nonprofit organizations. His consulting expertise is with organizational development and strategic planning.
Andrew J. Potasek
Andrew Potasek utilizes his 11 years of consulting experience to provide process and design expertise to Wipfli’s clients. As a senior manager in our front office practice, his high level of flexibility allows Andrew to contribute to multiple service offerings and industries.
Tammy T. Jelinek, MBA
With over 20 years of experience working in and with nonprofit organizations, Tammy engages with leadership teams to strategically align their goals to grow, expand, and meet their mission. She is one of our nationally recognized trainers in the areas of Head Start/Early Head Start regulations, parent engagement, organizational development, organizational culture, human resources, leadership, and management.
Denes Tobie, CPA
As a partner in Wipfli LLP’s nonprofit and government practice, Denes oversees audit engagements and consulting opportunities and works with clients to maintain compliance with laws and regulations. In addition, as a leader of NGP’s training practice, she trains nonprofits and government agencies in regulations, best practices, and governance.