TFF Scenario Planning Cohort Interest Form
Please complete the following interest survey for The Forbes Funds scenario planning cohort. We will send additional details shortly to those who express interest in this offering.

Scenario planning is decision-making and strategic planning that accounts for uncertainty and a variety of different potential scenarios that an organization may face in the future. This cohort will prepare nonprofits for potential shocks and stressors to the system, strengthen their operational and program models amid potential crises, and provide emergency & sustainability planning tools. Each session will be led by a subject-matter expert and include tools & templates that participants can customize according to their organization. The full cohort experience includes (a) 12 webinars, (b) two small group coaching sessions, (c) a monthly office hour for individual questions, (d) a referral to First National Bank for further consultation, and (e) access to the TFF Zoom platform for further collaboration over the 14 weeks. Participants may also have the option of participating in a la carte sessions.

Timeline: This will take place over the summer (14 weeks) and will begin in late-May to early-June 2020.
Name *
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Organization *
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Email Address *
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I am interested in the following scenario planning summer offerings: *
Which of the following topics would be most valuable for your organization's scenario planning? *
What additional topics would you like us to cover?
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Please indicate your availability preferences for the scenario planning cohort.
I could make this work.
This would NOT work for me.
Weekly webinars
Bi-weekly webinars
Additional monthly small group sessions (virtual)
Morning sessions
Lunch sessions
Afternoon sessions
There will be a fee associated with this cohort experience. If this is a significant issue for your organization, please indicate what amount would be cost prohibitive for you.
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