This workshop will provide you with knowledge on effective core fundraising practices. Working with specific ideas and questions from their own organizations, participants will work through the essentials of creating and executing a fund development plan. Participants will come away with an overall sense of what is working in their organizations, and where there are gaps and opportunities.
The learning objectives for this workshop include:
- The core concepts for successful fundraising
- Role of staff
- Role of volunteers
- Components of the plan
- The combination of the art and science of fundraising
Come with questions and ideas from your non-profit and get guidance on what to do, what steps to follow or learn from examples at the workshop.
Who should attend?
Community Groups, Volunteers, Executive Directors, Fundraisers, Administrative Staff, and anyone from the non-profit sector.
About the Facilitators:
Sara Penner is currently a PhD Student at the University of Manitoba in the Asper School of Business. She has 15 years of experience working in fundraising at non-profits; working in Director of Development positions at United Way of Winnipeg and St. Boniface Hospital Foundation. She completed a Master’s degree in Resource Development and Philanthropy and has her CFRE designation.