SORBA Session: Pedal Up Foundation

SORBA Session: Pedal Up Foundation

In this episode of our SORBA Session Webinar series we hear from Jason Finnell, Executive Director of the Pedal Up Foundation, about how chapters can partner with the organization to bring mountain biking to Girls and Boys Clubs across the Southeast. Learn more about...
SORBA Session: Financial Best Practices

SORBA Session: Financial Best Practices

Our SORBA Session for the month of May covered financial best practices for our chapters. The session was lead by SORBA Treasurer Dan and staff member Kaysee. In this session we covered all sorts of topics to make sure your chapter remains compliant as a nonprofit. If...
SORBA Session: Event Sponsorship

SORBA Session: Event Sponsorship

This SORBA Session goes over event sponsorship with Tom Nelson, SORBA Alabama Representative and NEABA member. Tom and Jen go over what it’s like to raise funds for events and develop lasting sponsorships. Whether you have been doing events for a long time, or...
SORBA Session: Volunteer Hour Tracking

SORBA Session: Volunteer Hour Tracking

In this SORBA Session we talk about the importance of collecting volunteer hours, methods to track, and how your chapter can leverage the value of your efforts. Whether you use paper forms, web apps, or simply a Google Form to collect your volunteer data it’s...
SORBA Stories Episode 02

SORBA Stories Episode 02

The second episode of the SORBA Stories Podcast is live! In this episode, we chat with Missy Petty, Regional specialist for the Southeast for Little Bellas, and Kenny Griffin, Executive Director of Georgia Cycling. They both share their experiences with getting kids...
SORBA Session: Building a Robust Industry Partner Program

SORBA Session: Building a Robust Industry Partner Program

In this SORBA Session, we cover the steps Pisgah Area SORBA took to create a really robust industry partner program. The presentation speaks about what they did to approach donors, keep everything organized, and best practices to make sure the relationship was...