AFP Fundraising 101

Summary

FR 101 

Fundraising 101 is a two-day comprehensive program taught by a faculty 7 local CFRE-level fundraising  practitioners. Fundraising 101 provides a thorough overview of fundraising with lessons focusing on:

 *creating strategic and development plans
*preparing timelines to achieve your goals
*securing and stewarding annual and major gifts
*special events
*planned gifts
*writing successful grants
*using social media as a fundraising tool


Each participant will leave with a detailed manual to use in their daily work. 
This two-day program includes case studies, interactive discussions, concrete examples of written 
and electronic materials, and an extensive resource guide, to ensure your success.

Join AFP Mid-America Chapter for Fundraising 101 – 2016! Presented by experts in the field, Fundraising 101 provides a comprehensive overview of fundraising, including creating strategic and development plans, preparing timelines to achieve your goals, securing and stewarding annual and major gifts, special events, planned gifts, writing successful grants, and using social media as a fundraising tool. Each student will leave with a detailed manual to use in their daily work. This two-day program includes case studies, interactive discussions, concrete examples of written and electronic materials, and an extensive resource guide, to ensure your success.

Thursday and Friday, October 27 - 28
Kauffman Foundation Conference Center

Who should attend?
*Executives new to the development field, or seasoned development professionals seeking a refresher course in fundraising techniques and skills.
* Volunteers, Board members, or development committee members who will gain tools, skills and confidence to support their organization’s fundraising activities.
*Trustees and CEOs, who will have a greater understanding of the development function as it relates to the organization’s overall strategic plan, and of their own key role in the development process.
*Others integral to the fundraising success of the organization, including development assistants, administrative assistants, receptionists and other support personnel.

What will I learn? This course will cover fundamental fundraising techniques, including:
• Securing individuals as annual donors
• Upgrading and securing major gifts
• Conducting capital campaigns
• Working with trustees, volunteers and CEOs
• Obtaining grant support from foundations, corporations and government sources
• Prospect research
• Planned giving
• Planning successful special events
• Stewardship and reporting
• Operating a successful development office
• Putting together a successful strategic plan, development plan and marketing plan

Faculty The faculty consists of seven fundraising professionals who volunteer their time for this important program. They have experience in large and small, local, national and international organizations, schools, universities, hospitals, human services, youth services, historic preservation, churches, museums and the arts. Each faculty member is a Certified Fund Raising Executive and a seasoned educator.
Kimberly Hinkle, CFRE
Executive Director
Shawnee Mission Education Foundation


J. Stuart Hoffman, CFRE
Chief Development Officer
DeMolay Foundation

Jane Lampo, EdD, CFRE
Vice President of Institutional Advancement
Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

Diane Marty, MALS, CFRE
Principal
Faire Consulting, LLC

Sheila Montgomery, CFRE
Director of Philanthropic Corporate and Foundation Giving
Children's Mercy Hospital

Allison Rickels, CFRE
Executive Director & CEO
FarmHouse Foundation

Don Schreiner, MPA, CFRE
Director of Development
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

Details

  • When

  • Thursday, October 27, 2016 - Friday, October 28, 2016
    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

  • Where

  • The Kauffman Foundation Conference Center
    4801 Rockhill Road
    Troost Room
    Kansas City, Missouri 64110
    816-932-1000

  • Capacity

  • 200 (160 remaining)

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