With the spread of COVID-19, 2020 has quickly become a time of uncertainty in America. As fundraisers and nonprofit leaders, we face the difficult challenge of fundraising during this time of crisis and uncertainty, and that can present a lot of questions. This weekly webinar series engages your questions to help your navigate these uncertain times and strengthen your fundraising.
Join us every Thursday from 2:00 – 3:00pm eastern time for this free webinar series. Sign up here.
Cande de Leon and Scott Bucko join us to discuss Catholic parish fundraising and how mission-first fundraising can help mitigate a church’s financial risk.
For our final webinar, Andrew McIndoe, vice president of development at The Heritage Foundation, and Nicole Rizkallah, consultant and recruiter at American Philanthropic, discuss development staff and personnel.
This week, Eric Streiff and Kellie de Leon provide recommendations and tactical suggestions for a strong digital marketing presence for your nonprofit.
Philip Brach, vice president of college relations at Belmont Abbey College, and Lynn Hubert, director of regional advancement at the University of Notre Dame, provide their insights into manage higher education fundraising today.
There’s no time like the present to focus on the “important” while the “urgent” is much less urgent. Doug Schneider and Laurel McCombs help us think through strategic planning during pandemic.
We are joined this week by Rudy Carrasco, a program director with the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, to help us think through applying to foundations in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Janine Ryan and Justin Streiff discuss canceling and rescheduling events, as well as how to take events virtual and retain lost revenue from fundraising events.
Eric Streiff and Olivia Smith provide strategic advice to guide your direct-response efforts through the coronavirus pandemic.
This week, Jeff Trimbath, Justin Streiff, and Chris Kuetemeyer joined us to discuss major gifts fundraising in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Be sure to check back soon for more webinars.