Program DescriptionWhile there are many critical components of a small development office, you cannot raise money if you do not ask for gifts. This webinar and accompanied book are about getting back to basics, increasing the number and size of gifts you ask for and receive, and keeping you disciplined so you remember to “ask” all year long.Learning Objectives / OutcomesIdentify new prospects.Ask for gifts more frequently and easily.Create a fundamental development plan.Understand the basics of fundraising.Collaborate with your board on fundraising.Hire you first development staff member.Work as a cohesive development team with your executive director, development staff members, and board members.Who should attend?Recommended for Development Director, Development Staff, Executive Directors, CEOs, Presidents, Board Chair and Board Members
Amy M. Eisenstein, MPA, CFRE, is the principal and owner of Tri Point Resources, a full-service consulting firm for nonprofit organizations and foundations. Her firm serves a wide variety of social service, educational and healthcare organizations. Before creating Tri Point Resources, Amy served for more than ten years in the nonprofit sector as a director of development for large and small nonprofit organizations. These include the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, the Associate Alumnae of Douglass College at Rutgers University, and Shelter Our Sisters, a battered-women’s shelter. For these organizations she raised millions of dollars through event planning, grant writing, capital campaigns, direct mail as well as major and planned gift solicitations. Amy is a frequent speaker at conferences and a facilitator of board retreats. She currently serves on the board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals – New Jersey Chapter and is chair of the 2010 New Jersey Conference on Philanthropy. She received her Master’s Degree in Public Administration and Nonprofit Management from the Wagner Graduate School at New York University and her Bachelor’s Degree from Douglass College at Rutgers University. Ms. Eisenstein is also…An acclaimed author. An energizing speaker. And a part time blogger.Follow-up SupportAfter the completion of the course attendees will receive:A digital copy of the presentation and any related handouts. Contact information of presenter for any follow-up questions
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