Fundraising After the Fires: What Should You Do Now? Part Two of a Two-Part Series

Summary

Wednesday, January 24, 2018
 
Fundraising After the Fires: What Should You Do Now?
Part Two of a Two-Part Series

              
  
      

Program Description:        

Through this interactive panel discussion, experts in fundraising and philanthropy will help guide you through best practices for fundraising after a crisis. Michelle Covington, AFPWCC Board Treasurer and Director of Development at YMCA of Sonoma County, will serve as moderator.

Josephine Everly, COO & Director of Gift Planning, Catholic Foundation of the Archdiocese of New Orleans
From creative messaging, to volunteer utilization, to turning disaster relief donors into long term friends of your organization, Josephine brings her vast expertise fundraising after Hurricane Katrina and in the midst of the BP Gulf Coast Oil Spill.  

Elliot Levin, Founder and President
Andy Eber, Senior Associate
Partnership Resources Group (PRG)
Elliot and Andy will share their learnings and recommendations from North Bay agency and donor interviews held in the first weeks of the fires.

Julie Bartice, Development Director, Pepperwood Preserve
Julie will share her Lake & Sonoma County “boots on the ground” experiences as well as creative ideas on positioning your organization for success through communications and partnerships.

Adrienne Capps, VP of Development, Napa Valley Community Foundation
Hear from Adrienne how a community foundation is working with donors on disaster fundraising.

 




Details

  • When

  • Wednesday, January 24, 2018
    10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Where

  • Volunteer Center of Sonoma County
    153 Stony Circle, Ste. 100
    Santa Rosa, CA 95401

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