The Art of Persuasive Nonprofit Story-Telling

Date and Time: March 05th, 2013 - 09:00 am to 04:00 pm Location: 50 South 16th St., Suite 3200 - Philadelphia, PA

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One of the most effective tools a nonprofit has to raise funds and win support is through story-telling.  It is an art that can be shared via publications and direct mail; verbally, from the elevator speech to a funder presentation; and online, using today’s social networking tools.  A well-told story inspires and compels action and distinguishes your organization from the masses.  This course will explore the factors that make each type of presentation successful, so that you are utilizing all these communication tools effectively, maximizing support for your organization through skilled external communications.

Certificate Programs: Marketing & Communications

Event Location

Date: March 05th, 2013

Location: Buchanan, Ingersoll & Rooney

Address: Two Liberty Place 50 South 16th St., Suite 3200

Philadelphia, PA 19102

Member Fee $119
Non-member Fee $149

Instructors

  • Patrick Feeley

    Patrick Feeley has over 13 years of experience in generating donations and sponsorships from corporations. He currently serves as executive vice president and chief development officer for the Caron Treatment Centers, a  treatment community for those affected by alcoholism or other drug addiction.    Previously, he was associate vice president of individual and principal giving at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Foundation and prior to that was director of corporate and foundation relations at La Salle University.  He began his career at Junior Achievement.  Patrick earned an MBA from La Salle University and a BA from Millersville University and holds a Certified