LAPSED DONORS: HOW TO BRING THEM BACK & RE-ENGAGE

UPCOMING DATES

July 14, 2022

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PT | 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

Lapsed donors are individuals that have given to your nonprofit but for some reason have stopped. Perhaps they need to be
re-engaged, asked or cultivated again. Your lapsed donors are more likely to donate than an individual that doesn't know your organization. Your lapsed donors have invested in your mission at least once! 

Who Should Attend?

Any nonprofit professionals looking to reconnect with lapsed donors and have them reinvest with your organization's mission.

What The Training Will Cover

  • Identify methods to retain and upgrade your donors and improve donor retention and how to re-engage lapsed donors 

  • Strategies to create a donor retention plan for your organization 

  • Review recent data on donor retention and fundraising from 2020 and 2021 to create fundraising strategies for your organization 

REGISTRATION TYPE

FEE

Premier Members

FREE

Members 

$25

Non-Members

$50

Additional Information

All workshops are live and recorded.  It is best to attend live but if you miss the live workshop, you can watch the recordings and then reach out to the instructor with any follow up questions. After the conference, attendees will receive recordings and materials from the workshop.

Looking to register 3+ people? Email us at program@nonprofitlearninglab.org to receive $5 off per registration!

Please Note: We do not offer any other discounts for this training other than the member rate. 

FAQ and Credits-01redo (1).png
FAQ and Credits-02.png

RESOURCES

Some of our favorite books and articles on adult education, facilitation, and training;  
  • Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience 
    Csikszentmihalyi, M. (1990), New York: Harper & Row

  • Pedagogy of the Oppressed 
    Freire, P. (1996), London: Penguin

  • Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning 
    Bowen, J. A. (2014), San Francisco, Calif: Jossey-Bass

  • Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom
    Hooks, B. (2017)

  • The Adult Learner 
    Knowles, M. S., & Holton, E. F. (2015), London: Routledge

  • Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes and Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity
    Sibbet, D. (2013), Hoboken, N.J: Wiley

  • Tips & tools: The Art of Experiential Group Facilitation 
    Stanchfield, J. (2007), Oklahoma City, OK: Wood 'N' Barnes Publishing

  • Thinkertoys: A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques 
    Michalko, M., & cloudLibrary. (2017), S.l.: Random House

TRAIN THE TRAINER | EFFECTIVE FACILITATION | BUILD SKILLS AND CONFIDENCE AS A TRAINER | BE AN EFFECTIVE FACILITATOR |  LEAD GROUPS AND TEAMS MORE EFFECTIVELY | FACILITATOR TRAINING | THE EFFECTIVE FACILITATOR | LEARN FACILITATION SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES | INTEGRATE CONCEPTS OF ADULT LEARNING | LEARN FACILITATION IDEAS FOR WORKSHOPS, ORIENTATIONS, RETREATS AND MEETINGS |FACILITATOR TRAINING GUIDE | CURRICULUM DESIGN |  PRINCIPLES OF ADULT LEARNING | STAGES OF LEARNING | CREATING DYNAMIC PRESENTATION SLIDES | INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY INTO TRAINING | TRAINING WITHOUT TECHNOLOGY | SOFT SKILLS TRAINING WORKSHOP | WORKSHOP FOR SOFT SKILL DEVELOPMENT| NONPROFIT TEAM BUILDING PROGRAM | BUILDING EFFECTIVE TEAMS TRAINING | PRESENTATION SKILLS TRAINING | RELATIONSHIP BUILDING WORKSHOPS | TEAM BUILDING TRAINING | CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT | ONLINE TRAININGS | ONLINE MEETINGS | HOW TO LEAD ONLINE MEETINGS | ONLINE MEETINGS | ONLINE TRAINING | VIRTUAL TRAINING | HOW TO IMPROVE VIRTUAL MEETINGS | ONLINE MEETING TIPS | VIRTUAL MEETING BEST PRACTICES | REMOTE MEETING BEST PRACTICES | VIRTUAL TRAINING BEST PRACTICES | ONLINE RETREATS