Dates: Wednesday, September 26
Time: 10:00 – 12:00 PM
Location: School of Arts and Culture at the Mexican Heritage Plaza
1700 Alum Rock Avenue Classroom 5 San Jose, CA 95116
Cost: $0-10
Targeted at small nonprofit arts organizations, this workshop will explore common operational challenges that limit capacity for financial analysis and expose organizations to potential risks. We will combine a presentation on best practices in nonprofit finance, with participant discussion, and identify process and technology improvements for more efficient and effective finance operations. Learn to tell your financial story with confidence.

This two-hour workshop is geared toward organizations with annual operating budgets of less than $500,000.

SVCREATES is partnering with Fiscal Management Associates (FMA) to provide this workshop for its grantee organizations. A national provider of technical assistance and professional development to nonprofit organizations, FMA works to guide and support organizations in strategic financial planning and fiscal management.

Roxanne Hanson, FMA Senior Consultant, delivers fiscal management and operational insights to nonprofit and philanthropic leaders across the country. With over 20 years of experience, Roxanne brings practical expertise to social change organizations through trainings and workshops for a wide variety of audiences. In both her past operations and capacity-building roles, she has designed and implemented dashboards and other data-visualization tools to help nonprofits and foundations make better strategic decisions. Roxanne is also a classically-trained dancer, a graduate of Houston’s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, and served on the founding board of Takoma Theatre Arts Project in Washington, D.C. She is based in FMA’s Oakland office.

Registration is limited to 25 participants, sign-up today!

Fee: $10, Complimentary for SVCREATES grantees and genArts members

Questions: Contact Alyssa Erickson at

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