Fundraising for Social Change - Montana Nonprofit Assn

  • 28 Apr 2014
  • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Billings, MT - Hilton Garden Inn
Individuals account for almost 85% of all money given to nonprofits from non-government sources. Clearly, building a broad base of individual donors is the best way to insure stability, allow growth, and guarantee independence. And the best way to raise money from people who give it away is to ask for it.

Fundraising is time consuming and can be wearisome, but not having money is even more so. When organizations build fundraising into the rest of their work, they will experience the joy of having donors who love them, of having reliable income streams, and of being able, with the same amount of work year after year, to raise more money. If board members and staff attend together, your results will increase exponentially.

Topics include:
--How to take the scare out of the ask
--Deciding which strategies are best for your efforts
--Best practices in implementing the strategies
--How to evaluate the success of your fundraising
--Ease in keeping track of your donor base

Presenter: Kim Klein, Klein and Roth Consulting, Oakland

Wyoming Nonprofit Network members: $95 if registered by April 21st. After this date, the fee is $110. Lunch is included.

Non Members: $175 if registered by April 21st. After this date, the fee is $185. Lunch is included


For more information and to register, click here. If you are a member of the Wyoming Nonprofit Network, choose "Other State Association Member" when completing the registration information.  




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