Table of Contents
Adapt your fundraising practices to today’s virtual environment without sacrificing authenticity.
As a frontline fundraiser, you have likely honed your “fundraising voice” over time. You have learned to embody crucial tenets such as integrity, listening, and humility in ways that feel authentic and purposeful. As you continue adapting to a virtual workflow, have you considered whether your fundraising voice is deeply rooted in handshakes or face-to-face meetings? Have you felt less “yourself” while fundraising virtually?
Join us online for an in-depth virtual training where our experts will help you adapt your fundraising practices to the online environment and become more successful. Our panel will help you determine key tenets of your own unique voice as a frontline fundraiser. Through small group roleplays, you will learn how to leverage these characteristics, and you’ll leave the training with clear next steps for fundraising more authentically in a virtual world.
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Eastern
During this three-hour virtual training, our expert panel will discuss the following considerations:
1. Informal Assessment and Debrief
What does your fundraising voice look and sound like?
2. Expert Perspectives
How can our authentic selves shine through to our donors and prospects even while working virtually? You will learn how to:
- Discover, qualify, and ask your donors and prospects while working remotely
- Use virtual meeting platforms most effectively
3. Roleplays and Practice
What new styles and approaches can you adopt in virtual meetings with donors and prospects to feel more like yourself and achieve better results?
Who should attend?
Frontline fundraisers who need more practice in every stage of virtual fundraising (whether they work in leadership annual, major, principal, or planned giving) will benefit most from this training. Leaders within advancement shops who want to train others on becoming more authentic in a virtual environment may also find the content of this training valuable.
Deputy Chief Philanthropy Officer for Principal Gifts, University of Utah
Heather S. Culp, JD
Executive Director of Development, The Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
Executive Director of Development, Jacobs School of Engineering, University of California San Diego
Founder and Dreamer, Gifts of a Lifetime, LLC