Published: May, 2022
A capital campaign is an intense effort on the part of a nonprofit organization to raise significant dollars in a specified period. Usually, the money raised is to fund acquiring or renovating a building, but often the campaign's focus is on building an endowment for the future.
To conduct an effective fundraising campaign for your nonprofit, you need ample planning and consideration. Typically, there are two overarching phases for capital campaigns: the quiet phase and the public phase. During the quiet phase, 50%-70% of the funds are raised through major gifts strategies. And during the public phase, the remaining funds are raised by soliciting donations from a larger population of donors.
In this CPE webinar, speaker Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE will answer the following major questions:
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