Trainings

True Program Costs

Workshop

  • October 18, 2022
  • 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Understanding the true, full cost of delivering programs and services is essential for management decisions, program design, and effective fund development. This workshop includes hands-on, practical exercises that will help you identify your program costs and develop realistic budgets. You will leave this workshop with tools to help you calculate program costs and move your organization to greater financial sustainability.

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Date

October 18, 2022
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost

  • $75.00

Registration

About the Presenters

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Phil Hatlie

I’ve spent most of my career in the Minnesota nonprofit sector. Although my degree is in liberal arts, I spent 15 years directing the finances at nonprofits including the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches, TC Habitat for Humanity, and HECUA. I’ve been with Propel Nonprofits for more than 10 years as a financial trainer and lender, working with nonprofits in areas ranging from education and social services to the arts to chemical dependency and community health. I treasure the relationships I’ve been able to form with these nonprofits, and am proud of the work we’ve been able to accomplish together.

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Koa Mirai

I am a cultural anthropologist-turned-lender and financial specialist. I enjoy partnering with fantastic nonprofit clients to build capacities around capital management and financial sustainability while simultaneously learning much about money myself. As a researcher, educator, and nonprofit consultant, I’ve worked closely with folks directing social change in widely diverse settings, both here in the Twin Cities and back home in India. Like them, I’m committed to tackling structural inequalities that organize our world(s), and a redistribution of capital and financial knowledge aligns powerfully with this vision. Most importantly, I value relationships with the people I work with and believe truly generative insights come out of attentiveness, curiosity, and deep personal engagement. Other recent life highlights: performing with Aniccha Arts in a parking lot, serving on (the super rad) Family Tree Clinic’s board, driving solo through the Black Hills, and revisiting New Taiwanese cinema.

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Registration Policy

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Your space is guaranteed upon receipt of the registration fee. Online payment is made using the registration link associated with your selected training. Registration fees may also be paid by check. Make checks payable to Propel Nonprofits. Checks must be received prior to event to complete registration and guarantee space.

Registrations canceled prior to the start of a training receive a full refund or credit transferable for you or another person to attend a future scheduled workshop. No refunds or credits will be granted for no-shows. To cancel or adjust reservations prior to the event contact training@propelnonprofits.org