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Fundraising and Revenue Development for Nonprofits: Parts 1 & 2

One of the major challenges facing nonprofit leaders today is ensuring that the organization has the financial resources it needs to meet its mission and serve its constituency.

Part 1: Learn the basic types of revenue available to nonprofits. Focus on principles of ethical fundraising, learn to manage the philanthropic process, and develop plans that will enhance the effectiveness of staff and volunteers.

Part 2: Explore the structure of an effective professional development team, the role of institutional planning in setting fundraising goals, how to create the annual development plan, and how to implement capital campaigns and planned gift programs. The movement of nonprofit organizations toward earned income strategies is also discussed.

This course can be applied to the Professional Certificate in Nonprofit Management.

Instructor

Boris Frank

Boris Frank

Boris has been a consultant for over 30 years, since l982 as President of his own firm, primarily in the areas of fundraising and development, not-for-profit management and strategic planning. He is currently Executive Director of Madison Youth Choirs, and ... read more

Notes

To enroll after the registration deadline, contact Gevon Daynuah at 414-227-3351.

Dates and locations to be announced.