2012 AFP CT Audio Conferences / Webinars
Revitalizing Your Development Program, 30 Steps in 30 Days
Many development officers are so relieved when the fiscal year or calendar year comes to an end, they don't even want to think about work over the summer or in January. The year-end mailings are done, the events are on hold, the grant deadlines have all been met, so let’s just take some time off. Our donors and volunteers are away or recovering from the holidays, so what do we do to fill our time? Why not spend the next month getting ready so you can hit the ground running in the year ahead!
In this session:
- Review board involvement in fundraising
- Assess the success of the past year’s development effort
- Assess the effectiveness and costs of fundraising materials
- Plan to improve effectiveness and efficiency in the year ahead
Anyone involved in developing the right message, those responsible for developing the needed data and those involved in raising dollars in the fundraising field.
About the Presenter:
Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE (Advanced Certified Fund Raising Executive) is one of fewer than 100 professionals worldwide to hold this designation and has trained more than 18,000 professionals in all aspects of development in Canada, Mexico, Egypt and most of the 50 United States. Linda is the author of Recruiting and Training Fundraising Volunteers; The Development Plan; Fundraising as a Career: What, Are You Crazy?; Everything You Wanted to Know about Capital Campaigns; The Genius’ Guide to Fundraising, a contributing author to The Fundraising Feasibility Study—It’s Not About the Money, co-editor of You and Your Nonprofit, to be published in 2010, and co-author of The Essential Nonprofit Fundraising Handbook.
Sessions are held from 1–2:30 p.m. Bring lunch if you choose. Water is provided.
Middlesex County Community Foundation’s are held at the foundation’s offices, 211 South Main Street, Middletown, CT 06457 (Citizens Bank upstairs). Directions
Middlesex County Community Foundation
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