If we operated in a perfect world, every board member would double as a major gifts officer for his or her organization; however, we live in the real world where fundraising is often considered scarier than death or public speaking. Learn the board’s role in fundraising from a governance perspective and what your nonprofit can reasonably expect from individual board members. Specific, actionable ways even the most introverted board member can play a vital role in fundraising—without making an ask—will be explored. Take away engaging activities you can employ at your next meeting to get your board on board with fundraising.
Who Should Attend?
Nonprofit leaders and organizations interested in learning how to develop a framework for understanding and communicating fundraising to board members.
What The Training Will Cover
Identify fundraising roles for every board member Implement a fundraising-focused board member agreement
Facilitate interactive exercises to build board members’ fundraising confidence
All workshops are live & recorded. Registrants receive slides & recordings. It is best to attend live. If you miss the workshop, you can watch the recordings and reach out to the instructor with any questions.
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We do not offer any other discounts for this training other than the member rate.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Stephanie Cory, CAP®, CFRE is committed to strengthening the nonprofit sector through education. She has dedicated her career to the sector for nearly 20 years. Stephanie has served as an executive director for a health advocacy organization as well as held development and program management roles for organizations serving seniors and people with disabilities. She has also consulted for a variety of other organizations helping them strengthen governance and fundraising. Recognized for her excellence in teaching and facilitation, Stephanie was named a Master Trainer by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). As part of her work toward an MEd in adult and organizational development, she has completed extensive research, including original data analysis, on donor motivation and the effects of stewardship on donor retention.