Fundraising Without a Fundraising Team – Small Nonprofit Learning Center

Date and Time: Wednesday, February 19, 2020 - 09:00 am to 12:00 pmLocation: Pennsylvania Humanities Council - 230 South Broad Street, Suite 403, Philadelphia, PA 19102

$20.00$85.00

Registration for this course is closed. Please contact us on 215-991-3676 to inquire about any remaining spaces or to be placed on a waiting list.

Fundraising is one of the areas where size envy can be intense.  Smaller nonprofits look at media coverage, corporate relationships, naming opportunities, major donors and bequests, and accept that they can’t compete with the larger, flashier organizations.

But we can’t lose sight of the fact that it’s mission that matters most.  Even without a big name and connections, a nonprofit can be successful at fundraising by following the fundamental rules about building relationships.  Small donor lists require deeper relationships.  How do you build and maintain these will be a key topic of this class.  Other important elements that will be covered include the make-up of a fundraising team when you lack staff, the role of the board, how to identify and prioritize the right fundraising vehicles to diversify your income and how to find and share the stories that connect people to your organization.

 

Save $25 when you take all four classes for small nonprofits.  Use promo code: SMALL

 

Please note this class has a snow date of 2/27/2020. If we have to cancel this class due to inclement weather it will be moved to this date but it will not necessarily be held at the same location.

SKU: N/A Categories: , Audience: Nonprofits with budgets of $250,000 or less, at least one full-time and one part-time employee, at least one year in existence; organizations working with a fiscal sponsor.

Event Location

Date: February 19th, 2020

Location: Pennsylvania Humanities Council

Address: 230 South Broad Street, Suite 403

Philadelphia, PA 19102

Member $79
Non-Member $85

Instructors

  • Allison Trimarco

    Allison Trimarco is the founder of Creative Capacity, a consulting firm that collaborates with nonprofits to solve management challenges, inspire people to participate and enhance an organization’s ability to carry out its mission.  Her practice focuses on strategic planning fundraising and board development projects. Prior to becoming a consultant, she worked for a wide range of nonprofit organizations, including performing arts groups, libraries and public television.  She earned her MA in Arts Management at Carnegie Mellon University, and her BA in Theatre at Smith College.