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Fundraising/Communications Session 1: Baseline Reviews of Fundraising
September 21, 2022 @ 10:30 am - 1:00 pm$10
This multi-part series will look at the use of data for tracking & performance measurement, key communications trends & tools, & resources.
Fundraising and Communications: For development and communications staff and board members more directly supporting fundraising and communications. This multi-part series will look at the use of data for tracking and performance measurement, key communications trends and tools, and resources and supports for fundraising and communications staff and volunteers.
Session 1: Baseline Reviews of Fundraising – What are key elements of the fundraising function for organizations and how do we know if we are effective? We’ll review the foundational elements for fundraising and provide tools and templates for participants to review their fundraising efforts. We’ll also offer guidance on how to benchmark your fundraising with other organizations and identify steps to build your fundraising capacity.
Please note: this is part of a four-part series. You must sign up for each session separately, but do not have to sign up for all four. Feel free to register for whichever works best for you!
$10 ticket includes workshop and lunch.
About the Facilitators
Keith Timko, Executive Director/CEO at Support Center
Keith leads efforts to develop and promote an integrated and collaborative approach to capacity building for nonprofit organizations and social enterprises. Prior to joining Support Center/Partnership in Philanthropy, Keith was the Director & CEO with Build with Purpose, a nonprofit real estate development organization. Keith brings over fifteen years of experience in community development including: involvement in educational reform issues with The Center for Collaborative Education in New York City; experience in leadership development and management programs as the former President of the Leader to Leader Institute (formerly the Peter F. Drucker Foundation); and exposure to policy and community development approaches across the country during his time with Living Cities: The National Community Development Initiative. Keith has a Bachelor’s degree in History and Russian from Rutgers University and a Master in Business Administration from Columbia University.
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