Over eighty-seven percent of high net-worth individuals consider themselves either "experienced” or "expert” at giving away money*. How would you rate yourself at raising it?
You don’t have to be an expert!
It takes ten years to become a true expert in fundraising, but competency only takes 200-400 hours! One day per week for a year and you’re way ahead of the curve.
Come and get an introduction to the larger Fundraising Wisdom competency building program.
Program Learning Objectives:
1) Confidence-Building: especially when discussing fundraising with prospects
2) Skill-Building: such as identifying key questions to better understand prospects
3) Relationship-Building: in order to grow the relationship early in the process
4) Knowledge-Building: the basic phases in a the donor’s journey to "yes”
5) Solicitation Effectiveness: how to ask, how much to ask for and when
Key topics in the extended program:
- How to catch the attention of high net worth families
- How to establish yourself as a high-quality leader to a donor
- The four things donors are looking for in a not for profit
- The three reasons donors quit giving · How to work a cocktail party
- How to set your not for profit apart as unique
- The six sources of revenue for a not for profit
- Fundraising: a competency profile
- The donor’s journey to "yes”
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*Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University