Creating Successful Individual and Major Donor Campaigns

Date and Time: Tuesday, May 8, 2018 - 09:00 am to 04:00 pmLocation: The Historical Society of Pennsylvania - 1300 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107


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Even when times are bad, individuals contribute more than 75% of the $295 billion given annually to nonprofits. No nonprofit can afford to miss the opportunities that individual giving offers and whether a major gift to your organization means $500 or $5,000, your individual giving program should have a unique strategy for major donors. This class will cover the various approaches to individual giving, from the annual appeal to a major donor personal solicitation. You will develop the tools and techniques that will help you create a comprehensive, coordinated fundraising program for individuals, including understanding the individual’s relationship to your organization, identifying strategies for each approach, how to be donor-focused while meeting your organization’s financial needs, and coordinating cultivation, solicitation and stewardship activities that lead to successful campaigns. Role play will solidify your confidence in being able to solicit donors as an essential part of your nonprofit professional development.

SKU: N/A Category: Audience: Executive directors, board members, development staff and others interested in being successful in securing individual and major gifts Certificate Programs: Fundraising

Event Location

Date: May 08th, 2018

Location: The Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Address: 1300 Locust Street

Philadelphia, PA 19107

Member $129
Non-Member $159


  • Richard Przywara

    Richard Przywara, CFRE, is executive vice president, operations for Ashley Addiction Treatment.  Prior to joining Ashley, he was executive director of the West Chester University Foundation, responsible for a $50 million capital campaign and $6 million in annual fundraising and leading a $300 million revitalization project of the student residence halls. , Rich has also been general manager of the Department of Special Service for New Castle County, Delaware where he supervised a staff of over 450 and managed an annual operating and capital budget exceeding $100 million.  He has served as the associate dean for Alumni and Development at Widener