Complete Guide to Nonprofit Resource Development
December 13 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Fundraising “how-to” trainings can be great – but these trainings alone are not enough. In order to be successful in fundraising, several other factors need to be included. This day-long workshop will provide fundraising training along with learning opportunities in two complementary areas – documenting the value and success of your programs through evaluation and letting your audiences know who you are and what you are doing for the community through creative, targeted, and cost-effective marketing. This is an in-depth workshop that will cover several topics at length throughout the day.
The day-long workshop will be address the following topics:
- Fundraising Fundamentals: Creating a Smart and Diversified Fund Development Plan
- Demystifying Outcome Measurement and Evaluation
- Individual Donor Development
- Strategic Marketing on Shoestring
Who should attend: Nonprofit chief executives, resource development, marketing staff. Registration is limited to three per organization.
About the presenter:
Janus Small is President of Janus Small Associates, a consulting firm based in Cleveland, Ohio, focusing on strengthening community development, social service, educational, faith-based, and cultural arts organizations for increased service to the community. Ms. Small has over 15 years of experience in capacity-building consulting in areas that include board development, leadership development, strategic planning, fundraising, organizational development, marketing, and promotion for many national, regional, and local nonprofit and civic organizations. Janus shares her knowledge and abilities not only with her clients, but also with the next generation of administrators by teaching in the nonprofit management program at John Carroll University.
Due to space limitations, a password is required to register. If you are interested in this seminar but did not receive an invitation to register, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.