Date:May 29, 2013
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm ET
Instructor: Andy Robinson
Cost: $45 per person for members, or $65 per person for non-members
A Full Day of Practical Ideas to Increase Fundraising Involvement and Effectiveness
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We are offering a buy two, get one free discount to encourage colleagues to learn together. To take advantage of this offer, please register your first two participants individually using the link above and email us to add your third person.
Is your board raising all the money it could?
If you answered "no", you aren't alone. Have you ever wondered how you can harness your board members' passion for the cause and channel it into productive fundraising activities? Are you a board member who feels anxious about meeting fundraising expectations or intimidated by asking others for money? Join us to learn there's a lot more to fundraising than just "the ask".
We will discuss the reasons why board members are hesitant to raise money and will outline strategies to turn things around. You will leave with several practical, specific ideas for increasing board involvement and effectiveness.
Come and learn:
- Why most board members resist fundraising
- 50 ways your board members can bring in the bucks
- How to train and motivate your board
- How to use the board to identify and solicit big gifts face to face, through the mail, and at house parties
- How to create and use board "job descriptions" to recruit willing fundraisers
Board and staff members alike will find value in this training. We encourage multiple people from each organization to join us to learn how to fundraise together as a team.
Please click here for Andy's two minute preview of this training.
Andy Robinson provides training and consulting for nonprofits in fundraising, board development, facilitation, grantseeking, marketing, earned income, planning and leadership development. Over the past 17 years, Andy has worked with organizations in 47 U.S. states and Canada. Recent clients include the National Wildlife Federation, National Audubon Society, American Bar Association, and the Center for Progressive Leadership. He is also the author of five books written for nonprofits. To learn more, please visit his website.