Building a Fund Development Culture


September 28, 2015
9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Effective fundraising takes a team! Learn to get everyone excited to be involved in securing funds to meet your mission. 

Since the release of the CompassPoint study, UnderDeveloped, in 2013, it’s clear organizations need to build a culture of philanthropy – engaging people throughout the whole organization in understanding and participating in fund development.  Successful fundraising is a team sport, requiring an array of strategies and a variety of roles. Learn to create an environment where development staff, the executive director, board, staff and others are effective partners in planning and securing the financial support needed to fulfill their missions. Designed for Executive Directors, Board Members, Development Directors, Development staff, and Senior Managers, this session will help you think about and plan how to apply these concepts and strategies in your own organizations.

 We'll cover:

  • Core concepts and factors in a Culture of Philanthropy
  • How to help understand inter-relationships of fund development with the whole organization
  • Tools to engage and inspire participation
  • Understand potential challenges and how to address them
Registration Fee: $95


  • Where

  • Center for Nonprofit Management
    1000 North Alameda Street
    Los Angeles, California 90012
    (213) 346-3253

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