Published: March, 2022
There is a deep, underappreciated source of funding just waiting for you in a game-changing strategy that will rapidly take your organization to the next level in fundraising.
Hint: It’s not the usual “textbook” source of funding.
What if your organization can attract significant new funding from the business community?
Speaker Linda lizakowski and Joanne Oppelt will show you how to build relationships with business leaders, present your case to businesses, cultivate business leaders, run volunteer-driven business appeals, and much more to successfully raise money from your business community.
In this CPE/CPD course, attendees will start by learning what kinds of businesses in your community are likely to support your non-profit.
Speaker will show you how to present a case for support for companies that shows your economic impact on the community. You will also learn how to set up and run an annual business appeal using peer business volunteer leaders. And you will learn to analyze your results so that you can build on your success and raise even more money.
During this course, you will learn how to create a budget so that profitable, mission-oriented fundraising activities make a substantial financial impact and focus resources such that they bring the greatest financial return. We explore the successful elements of a development plan, bringing your fundraising results to the next level.
Speakers Linda lizakowski and Joanne Oppelt in this CPE webinar will show you techniques that lead to the greatest organizational returns possible, improving your non-profit’s financial position while achieving significant mission impact.
We also examine the interrelationships between the finance and development offices, sources of their common tensions, and how to get the best from all involved to achieve your respective goals.
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