Nonprofit Board: Fundraising Best Practices (Retired)

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Fundraising is essential to the success of any nonprofit organization.  However, countless Boards struggle with this critical responsibility.  This informative and engaging seminar takes the fear out of fundraising and gives Board members the tools they need to effectively generate the resources to ensure mission success.  The seminar includes discussion of differentiating roles and responsibilities between Board and staff in fundraising, why individuals do/don’t give to nonprofits, and stages in the fundraising process.  The seminar also includes significant discussion of ethical fundraising practices and pitfalls to avoid, ensuring that attendees leave the seminar equipped to be ethical and effective Board members and advocates.

 

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Event Details

Course Type

Course Instructor

Gregory Nielsen, Esq.

Original Date Of Course

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Course Description

Fundraising is essential to the success of any nonprofit organization.  However, countless Boards struggle with this critical responsibility.  This informative and engaging seminar takes the fear out of fundraising and gives Board members the tools they need to effectively generate the resources to ensure mission success.  The seminar includes discussion of differentiating roles and responsibilities between Board and staff in fundraising, why individuals do/don’t give to nonprofits, and stages in the fundraising process.  The seminar also includes significant discussion of ethical fundraising practices and pitfalls to avoid, ensuring that attendees leave the seminar equipped to be ethical and effective Board members and advocates.

Syllabus

  1. The Board/Staff Partnership in Fundraising – Differentiating Roles
  2. The Giving Landscape
  3. Ethics and Fundraising
  4. Strategies for Board oversight and measuring fundraising effectiveness

Instructor

Gregory Nielsen, Esq.