Is your nonprofit considering renting out its space for occasional events? For example, you have a great garden that could be rented out for special events or a gym that another nonprofit wants to use for after-school programming. Occasionally renting out your space can be an opportunity to collaborate with the community and raise funds for your organization, but there are some important questions to ask before handing over the keys. Join James Reed with Morris Manning & Martin in this episode of the PBPA Podcast as he reviews those questions and more for nonprofits looking to rent out their space for one-time or limited use.
Links to additional resources referenced in this episode:
Lights, Camera, Action: Licensing Agreements with Movie Production Companies
UBIT: Four Letters Your Nonprofit Needs to Know
How to Obtain Alcohol Permits for Special Events