Community Foundations know at a gut level the services they provide are critical to developing a thriving community. But how do you determine if these programs are offered in a mix that will ensure long-term sustainability, so that these services will be available forever? This webinar will introduce the Sustainability Costing Tool, which was developed to help community foundations analyze the profitability of products and services they provide to drive sustainability. Learn how to use this tool and hear from foundations that helped to pilot the product.
The tool and instructions can be downloaded Here
William (Bill) Corkill
director of technology, Council of Michigan Foundations
Bill is responsible for the management, administration and strategic direction for all CMF Technology. Management and administration of CMF technology includes the network, security, servers, websites, databases, software, office equipment and telecommunications. Technology services, education and assistance to members are also provided as needed or through technical projects that require a high level of expertise. Bill has over 18 years of experience in information technology and has worked for CMF as a consultant and employee for the last 10 years. Bill is a graduate of Western Michigan University with a degree in Business and Computer Information Systems.
associate director GIFT program, Indiana Philanthropy Alliance
As Associate Director, Terri works with other GIFT staff to provide training for the boards and staff of community foundations in Indiana. She also provides technical assistance in all aspects of the community foundation field. Terri is directly responsible for Crescendo and the Community Foundation Internship Program.
chief financial officer, Council of Michigan Foundations
In addition to fiscal, investment and administrative responsibilities, Dave provides direct assistance to CMF members on investments, accounting rules, personnel policies, administration and internal policy. Dave joined CMF in 1995 after working in the public and corporate accounting fields and earning his CPA from the State of Michigan. He currently serves on the Council on Foundations (COF) Effective Practices Committee and on the Independent Sector 990 PF Reform Advisory Committee and is a member of the COF Community Foundation Fiscal & Administrative Officer’s Group (FAOG) and the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants (MACPA).
CMF Members: $35
This webinar is hosted by Council of Michigan Foundation and Indiana Philanthropy Alliance