Build your mid-level giving program.
Learn how to successfully build and grow your leadership annual giving program to strengthen your institution’s donor pipeline. Even with a successful leadership annual giving program, you may need to reassess your giving levels, goals, and donor pools. Through a combination of presentations and working sessions you will develop a strategy to:
- Bolster your frontline effort
- Build leadership annual and major gift donor pipelines
- Set and communicate with various giving levels
- Steward and cultivate leadership donors to become major donors
Learn Practical Strategies You Can Use
This conference provides an active learning and working environment to improve your leadership annual giving program. You will participate in discussion and working sessions designed to give you practical ideas that you can implement immediately.
“We attended the conference and post-con with a newly formed team of fundraisers, each with less than 2 years of experience. We had scheduled a full slate of visits immediately after the conference where everyone felt better prepared, more confident, and had very productive conversations and outcomes. They were able to immediately apply the concepts and strategies presented at the conference; this was a fantastic investment in their training and development!”
- Ruth Rosenberg, Director of Leadership Annual Giving, University of Delaware
Who Should Attend
This conference is ideal for both new and seasoned annual giving professionals who are building or revamping a leadership annual giving program. You will leave this event with the skills to bolster your leadership annual giving program.
August 7, 2017
With more than twenty years of experience in development with a focus on annual giving and major gifts, Brian has worked for a variety of organizations in the nonprofit arena, including the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, the University of Baltimore, the University of California, San Diego San Diego State University and the University of San Diego. His experience includes extensive work on telemarketing campaigns, direct mail, board management, volunteer solicitations, e-philanthropy, and personal solicitations. Brian has used his extensive experience in statistical data analysis and strategic planning to be an integral team member of capital campaigns ranging in scope from $16 million to $1 billion. A contributor to Currents magazine, he has been a frequent presenter for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and the Annual Giving Professionals Network (AGPN).
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