Plan for Fundraising Success workshop
- Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 9:00am to 12:00pm
- Best Western GranTree, Bozeman
So, you want to raise more money. But you do not know where to start! You are not alone.
Nonprofits need a diversified funding strategy if they want to survive. And they need a robust development plan if they want to grow and thrive.
This half-day interactive workshop provides benchmarking data so you can see how your nonprofit stacks up against the competition. You will also consider your organization's past results as well as new ways of raising money.
Participants will leave with conversation starters and actionable ideas to take back to other board and staff members.
This workshop is for nonprofit staff and board members with any experience level.
You can expect to learn the following:
-The truth about who gives, how much, and to whom (The answers will surprise you!)
-The most (and the least) effective fundraising activities
-The #1 reason why you want to have a fundraising plan
-10 steps for guaranteed fundraising success
-Easy and effective ways to engage your board in fundraising
-The single action that will help you raise more money
Participants will receive an easy-to-use checklist to help explore your current revenue streams and consider new sources of funding. You'll also receive planning templates to help develop a fundraising plan for your organization.
Instructor: Laura Rhodes, Certified Grant Writer | Nonprofit Funding Consultant
Laura Rhodes is the principal at Third Sector Consulting, a boutique nonprofit consulting firm based in Bozeman with offices in Charleston, SC.
Laura has more than 15 years of experience in philanthropy, fundraising and nonprofit development. She has worked on staff and also served as a board member for numerous nonprofit organizations. Prior starting her consulting business, Laura was a program officer with the American Express Foundation.
Having been both a grantmaker and a fundraiser, Laura uses her unique perspective to help nonprofits find more funders, win more grants and raise more money for their cause.