Webinar Schedule: March 2018
HFTP upcoming webinars for March 2018.
March 6, 2018
Disaster Planning and Recovery: Fail to Prepare, Prepare to Fail
From hurricanes to earthquakes to mudslides, many natural disasters have occurred in recent months that have wreaked devastating havoc where they hit. This timely session will address the development and implementation of a disaster recovery plan. Understand the benefits of having such a plan in place. Find out what may be missing from your current plan. Finally, learn what resources are available before, during and after different types of disasters — and how these resources can help you better plan for (and react to) a natural disaster in the future.
Shelly Trent is a consultant at Your Career Collaborator.
March 22, 2018
How to Measure Social Media ROI
Social media ROI (or "return on investment") is the time, money and resources you get back for all of your social media marketing efforts. Do you know your ROI or, better yet to start, do you know how to effectively measure it? In 2018, go beyond simple metrics like the number of likes, shares and retweets. This session will identify several key social media metrics to keep an eye on, how to analyze these metrics, and valuable free tools to help you understand trends.
Sherry Marek is vice president at Datavision Technology, Inc.
March 27, 2018
Chapter Leadership Series: Chapter's Responsibility for Taxes and 990 Filings
This session will cover:
- What is a 990? Does our chapter need to file tax reports?
- What is a group exemption?
- What is the difference between nonprofit and tax-exempt? What is our chapter?
- What happens if a chapter has lost its tax-exempt status?
- What are the duties of the board of directors?
Mollie Cullinane is an attorney at the Cullinane Law Group, which focuses on setting up and managing strong and legally compliant nonprofits that have solid bases for long-term success. She provides risk management and offers practical solutions for sound governance. She helps nonprofits, foundations, religious organizations, and social enterprises throughout the United States who seek to create positive change.