Corporate Partnerships for NonProfits

About This Course


Congratulations on taking the first step to better communicate with your Corporate Partners.

This course is designed to provide a full view about the most recent trends, methods and theories occurring in the CSR space, with a specific focus on the components relevant to nonprofit organizations, as well as lots of practical approaches to simplify, and enhance your existing efforts. 


Tired of competing for sponsorship dollars? Frustrated by cold-calls where you're not sure what to say? Wasting time working with partners who seem more concerned about their marketing visibility that your impact? We get it... now let us help you give you the tools to operate in a more confident, efficient way while deepening your relationships.


What You'll Come Away With:

  • An understanding of the challenges facing your corporate partners in today's economy.
  • A new process for prospecting and understanding how corporate partners can benefit from your nonprofit.
  • A system to engage corporate partners in ways that drive meaningful benefit for your organization.
  • A worksheet and scatterplot tool to visualize where you're generating the most benefit, and plan your work load for greatest efficiency.


This Session Includes

  • 12 sessions to help you understand and utilize CSR principles in your current nonprofit organization.
  • Reflection Questions, Workbooks and Activities to help ensure you apply and retain the information in your daily work.
  • Access to an online forum for questions from the instructor and your peers.
  • A 30-day money back refund if you are not completely satisfied!




Dora Lutz

Dora Lutz

Founder, GivingSpring

Dora Lutz, author of The Aspirational Business, teaches, coaches and mentors leaders who want to build world-changing businesses. 

Dora currently owns GivingSpring where she coaches, mentors and facilitates trainings for social enterprises, corporate leaders and nonprofit organizations.  She also teaches Business Planning for Social Entrepreneurs through Purdue University's award winning Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program.  

As one of a handful of certified Shared Value Consultants in North America, Dora is focused on helping businesses create financial sustainability and social impact. Former chair of the Global Strategy Council for IMPACT 2030, a United Nations initiative , Dora helped engage the Midwest region in working towards the Millennium Sustainability Goals through volunteerism and service.

Dora earned her MBA in Organizational Leadership from Butler University.

Outside of work, Dora  serves on the board of Cancer Support Community of Central Indiana and leads her daughter’s Girl Scout Troop.


Have a question, or prefer to attend this training in person?

We're always available - just contact us at dora@giving-spring.com!


Course Contents

11 Videos

1 Text

3 PDFs

1 Disqus

1 Download

4.0 hrs