Unlocking the Mystery of the Major Gift

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November 9, 2017
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
 
How can you successfully tap into the 80% of donations made by individual donors?
 
Join fundraising instructor, David Levy, as he provides participants with tools necessary to introduce or enhance a major gifts effort as a part of a fundraising plan. Through discussion and simulation, you will explore the five steps of the development process and learn how to effectively engage donors.  During this session, you will gain a better understanding of how to use your existing resources to develop stronger relationships with your supporters and raise more money.
 
Participants will learn:
  • Key traits that a successful fundraiser must have
  • How to identify potential major donors and create a realistic prospect list
  • What to “say” and “do” on your first meeting with a prospective major donor
  • Why “thank you” are the most important words in the fundraising process
     
Who Should Attend:
Nonprofit leaders who are eager to learn more about the major gifts fundraising process.
 
 
Make the most of your learning!
  • Learning in pairs makes it easier to use session content back at your organization. Bring a colleague and save $55 on the second registration. Both participants must be registered at the same time, for the same seminar, and the discount will be automatically applied.

  • Stay the day and continue in your professional development training. Attend the morning and the afternoon sessions and save $55 on your second session. After you register for the first seminar, your discount code will appear in your confirmation email. Use that code when you register for the second seminar to receive your discount.

 

9:30am -12:30pm Unlocking the Mystery of the Major Gift - $125
           1:30pm4:30pm Making the Ask and Getting to Yes! - $125






Details

  • Where

  • Center for Nonprofit Management
    1000 North Alameda Street
    Los Angeles, California 90012
    USA
    (213) 266-8459

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