RECORDED WEBINAR SERIES: Tide Turning Tips for Forward Thinking Fundraisers

January 24, 2019 Lisa Kenney

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You wear many hats at your organization, and your job is always evolving. That’s why you need to be as efficient as possible in everything you do. Don’t go with the flow. Turn the tides. 

Hear from our thought leaders as they discuss new, innovative ways to fundraise faster. Our fundraising webinar series will give you monthly tips to help you get inspired and move your mission forward. Get more details below and check back to register for each new session.

How to Create a Fundraising Strategy Calendar for Your Nonprofit
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When it comes to fundraising for your nonprofit, there are hundreds of approaches you can take—from solicitation letters and events to year-end campaigns and crowdfunding. But what methods should you focus on? And how does everything fit into your overall fundraising strategy? 

Join us for this informative, one-hour webinar with fundraising expert Joe Garecht to learn how you can create a fundraising strategy calendar for your nonprofit. Joe will walk you through a 12-month strategy for finding, engaging, asking, and stewarding your donors—no matter the size of your team. And, everyone who registers will get a copy of his exclusive new eBook, The Nonprofit Planning How-To Guide.

Do Your Finance and Development Puzzle Pieces Fit?
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Assembling the vital information your organization needs to present to prospects and supporters is like putting together a jigsaw puzzle. To create a big-picture view, you need information (pieces) from various teams, and those pieces need to be accurate and fit together properly. Sign up today to learn how and why you should improve communication between your finance and development departments.

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