A Practical Approach to Fundraising Ethics

Don’t miss the only comprehensive, interactive fundraising ethics webcast available.



A single misunderstanding of donor intent, negative family interaction, or defect in a gift agreement can open up your institution to intense negative publicity, decreased giving rates, and possible legal liability. Considering these realities and the recent increased emphasis on ethics by fundraising certification organizations, now is the time to ensure your internal policies and external interactions are executed with the most robust levels of professionalism.

Using complex case studies, this polling-intensive archived webcast will ask you to consider difficult decisions, any of which may impact your future work in positive or negative ways.

Additional Resources

In addition to the insights drawn from our interactive scenarios, included with your purchase is a document containing best-practice sample policy language to integrate into your shop processes. You will also receive a list of follow-up discussion questions to keep the conversation alive at your institution.

Who Should Attend

All stakeholders responsible for soliciting gifts – major gift officers, annual fund leadership giving officers, academic leaders, board members, and volunteers – will leave with new insights for approaching tough ethical dilemmas.