Workshop: Fund Development Overview – Fall 2017

Dates: Tuesdays, September 19, 26 & October 3, 10, 2017, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm daily
Location: BDO Canada LLP, Landmark 6, #400 – 1631 Dickson Avenue, Kelowna
Cost: $299 + GST (Includes materials and light refreshments)
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This 4-day course is an overview essential for those working in, or interested in working in, the area of fund development for their non-profit organization. The course content will help you:
  • Explore strategies to attract First Time Donors and build relationships to develop Repeat and Consistent Donors
  • Learn how to foster Major Gifts, Planned Giving and Corporate Donations
  • Investigate opportunities for Earned Income and Government and/or Foundation Grants
  • Complete the funding cycle through Stewardship, Renewal, and Assessment of your strategic plan
  • Content is based on Canadian research and best practices in the field

Course Goal

You will participate in a hands-on learning experience around the process, components, goal setting and best practices associated with non-profit fundraising activities to help you increase revenue to your organization and build relationships for future organizational sustainability.

Course Length

Eight 3-hour modules for a total of 24 hours spread over four days.

Special Features

  • Learn from talented specialists who have worked or are working in the field
  • Interact with a network of peers faced with the same challenges
  • Learn from valuable reference materials and record your thoughts in a participant handbook

Learning Activities

You will engage in:
  • Role play
  • Small group discussion
  • Large group discussion
  • On-line research
  • Watching videos
  • Case scenarios
  • Viewing Power points
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