How to Build Corporate Partnership Revenue Now


Wednesday, July 29th from 10 – 11am

FREE registration at this link.


In this uncertain, ever-changing world, savvy nonprofits are using this time to diversify revenue and accelerate growth via corporate partnerships. Consider, a company cannot support your nonprofit, fund your program or sponsor your event if they don’t know that your mission exists or what impact you create.


In this session, you will learn from experienced nonprofit leaders:

  • How to be relevant and compelling during an economic downturn when everyone is focused on COVID, the economy, and racial justice issues.
  • How to build a good strong partnership that not only fits with your mission and priorities but elevates your strengths and unique positioning and offerings.
  • How to identify the clues – the specific corporate business objectives that drive business decision making and what that means for your approach and pitch.
  • How to build your pipeline and diversify revenue now and in the future.


Laura Goodman is the founder and partnerships advisor at Donkey Bridge Consulting bringing over 15 years of extensive experience and success building strategic corporate-nonprofit partnerships. Her focus is helping nonprofits and corporations build relationships that achieve business objectives and mission results.


Clay Dunn is the CEO of VOW to End Child Marriage, a social impact initiative mobilizing the wedding industry to support building girls’ power, voice and choice to reinforce that every girl has the right to choose their own future. He is a creative leader whose storytelling and communications excellence fuels growth for social impact organizations.


Laura and Clay worked together at Share Our Strength to launch the successful No Kid Hungry brand – catapulting a small nonprofit into the global influencer and fundraising machine it is today – from a $13M to nearly $75M nonprofit.


 Register here.


Hosted by:

Charles River CFO, Inc.
Massachusetts Nonprofit Network 
The Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires
The Social Innovation Forum (SIF)