LNA Events

LNA hosts a number of opportunities for nonprofit staff and board members to learn about a variety of topics.

The Lakeshore Nonprofit Alliance (LNA) often takes photographs during our events for use in brochures and on the web. By registering for an event, you agree that LNA may use any image of you that might appear in photographs taken at a Lakeshore Nonprofit Alliance event.

Upcoming LNA Events
Join us for our upcoming virtual events!

Webinar – Fundraising During Tough Times
Jun 3 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Please join us for a virtual learning opportunity.


Please register and the link to the Zoom call will be shared prior to the event.


Fundraising During Tough Times


In tough times, it’s hard to know if, how, or when to ask donors for their support. But as client needs and demands grow, raising money is imperative to provide services and keep doors open. In this webinar, learn from fundraising expert Laura Huth-Rhoades from do good Consulting what the best strategies are during these tough times for maintaining – and even growing – donor support. Plus you’ll walk away with a Top 10 list from Laura to help you guide and implement efforts moving forward.

About Laura:  Click Here for Laura’s Bio

LNA Volunteer Coordinator Learning Circle
Jun 9 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am

Virtual Zoom Learning Circle

RSVP to robin@lakeshorenonprofits.org for Zoom Link

Webinar – The Nuts & Bolts of Storytelling During Crisis
Jun 10 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Please join us for a virtual learning opportunity. 

Instructions: Please register and the link to the Zoom call will be shared prior to the event.

Title: The Nuts & Bolts of Storytelling During Crisis


Trying times are upon us and the nonprofit sector has never felt so challenged or strained. Reduced staff, new home-based routines, strapped budgets, and overwhelming demand make finding good amid the bad feel so distant right now. Still, harvesting and sharing positive stories of your work, impact, and clients during bleak and uncertain times can be an incredibly powerful way to remain engaged with a public that, despite the stress and unknown, still needs (and wants!) to hear from you. Telling such stories can have a positive, if not profound, impact on raising your organization’s awareness, engaging others in your work (now and longer term), and even, despite tough financial times, drawing in donors and other funders. In this session, you’ll from veteran nonprofit storyteller Laura Huth-Rhoades how to find engaging stories in bleak times, how to appropriately strike a balance between messages of hope and reality, various methods to tell stories effectively, and the best ways to share stories for maximum engagement and impact. Laura will share real examples for you to learn from and provide you with a practical roadmap to weave words (and images) that really matter – now more than ever.

About Laura:  Click Here for Laura’s Bio

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