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Gwinnett Series | Trends in Fundraising and Development

The fundraising field continues to evolve in response to demographic, social, economic, and technological changes, and resilient organizations are modifying their approaches accordingly. “Donor relations” has become the focus of successful development officers; three-year cycles are emerging to replace the annual-campaign mindset; and new frontiers for prospecting have opened thanks to advancing technology. At the same time, the fundamentals also need attention: age-old storytelling techniques are back in demand; board engagement is still a necessity, even as expectations change; and social media has only become more important for retaining donors.

This workshop will explore those trends, and illuminate some of the best practices for navigating, responding to, and taking advantage of them. We’ll show you how to think differently about your development efforts over the next five years, and how to push yourself – and your organization – to master the future of fundraising, wherever it leads us. Be prepared to share your challenges and achievements with the group, and provide your perspective on the challenges of others.

What you’ll learn:

  • Knowledge and understanding of the evolving trends in development
  • New and must-have tools for development
  • How to build a donor relations program based in current best practices
  • How your fellow fundraising professionals are tackling development in our current environment

Audience

Any board, staff, and volunteers involved in fundraising for the organization.

About the facilitator

Kathy Keeley
Executive Vice President, Programs
Georgia Center for Nonprofits

With experience as a social entrepreneur, a consultant, the chief of staff for the mayor of Minneapolis, founder of multiple organizations, and the director of nonprofit and for-profit businesses, Kathy has worked with organizations of all kinds in more than 25 states and 30 countries. Over her 35-plus years as a consultant, she has turned around struggling and underperforming ventures, helped launch new companies and initiatives, and given established successes new pathways toward efficiency and expansion. more

 

Dates

  • May 16, 2018

Time

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Address

Gwinnett Coalition for Health & Human Services
750 S Perry St
2nd floor, Suite 231
Lawrenceville, GA 30046

Registration Details

FEES
Member: $150
Nonmember: $195

Receive $50 off per class for multiple class registrations and for additional registrants from the same organization. In addition, if you are a Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services partner, or GNLI alumni, we will match $50 additional off your total registration. To register at discounted rates, please call Jean-Patrick Guichard at 678-916-3001.

Questions? Contact us at [email protected] or 678-916-3081.

 

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Thank you to our sponsors, Primerica and Nordson, and partner Gwinnett Coalition for Health & Human Services for hosting the series.