The Lakeland Nonprofit and Public Service Center will host “Greater Than the Sum of the Parts: Integrating Your Organization's Fundraising Strategies” Tuesday, July 22 from 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. at Lakeland's Holden University Center, which is located across from the entrance to the main campus on Route 306.
The $45 fee includes materials and a continental breakfast.
To register, visit lakelandcc.edu/ce, or call 440-525-7116 and mention registration number 15UNPC131.01.
In a time of continuing economic challenges, having a strong and diverse array of revenue sources is more important than ever. This unique presentation highlights the importance of taking a comprehensive, organization-wide approach to the coordination of all fundraising efforts. The session will feature Beth Darmstadter, chief development officer, The Gathering Place; Marie Monago, vice president of development, Cleveland Botanical Garden; and Deborah Osgood, vice president of development and marketing, Achievement Centers for Children. These expert presenters will help both nonprofit board and staff members understand what it means to take an integrated approach to fundraising, why it matters, and how to do it.
Participants will learn how to: create a comprehensive plan for simultaneously pursuing a variety of revenue streams, using multiple channels and techniques; develop integrated fundraising strategies in order to execute the plan; implement and benchmark development efforts; and deploy the talents of board, staff, and volunteers to maximum advantage.
About the Lakeland Nonprofit and Public Service Center The Lakeland Nonprofit and Public Service Center provides customized consulting services and offers noncredit educational and professional development programs throughout the year for both individuals and organizations. The Center also provides opportunities for networking, dialogue, and collaboration for those in the nonprofit and government sectors.