Are you up-to-date on the many resources the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City offers nonprofits?
The Federal Reserve Bank understands that nonprofit organizations are critical to meeting the economic and social needs of their communities. They offer important resources in the areas of strategy, operations, program development and assessment, and fund development to help nonprofits achieve their missions and expand their impact.
Jeremy W. Hegle, Senior Community Development Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City joins us to shed light on these resources including:
- The Federal Reserve’s role in community development
- Understanding the Community Reinvestment Act - what to know before you ask banks for funding
- Nonprofit Executive Succession-Planning Toolkit
- Investment Connection
- The Low and Moderate Income survey
- Map Your Community
Nonprofit Executive Breakfasts are held three times a year with the goal of bringing together the executive leaders of Kansas City’s nonprofits for discussion, idea sharing and networking. This is the perfect opportunity to exchange ideas, nurture partnerships and build supportive relationships with peers – all with the goal of making you more effective in leading your organization.
Please note: Attendance at this breakfast is solely for Nonprofit Executive Directors and CEOs.
Jeremy W. Hegle is the lead advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City for western Missouri and Kansas, promoting fair and impartial access to financial services in low- and moderate-income communities. In this role, he raises awareness of issues affecting low- to moderate-income populations. He also leads efforts to reduce the digital divide across the Bank’s seven-state territory.
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