Austin Community College
Highland Business Center
5930 Middle Fiskville Road
Austin TX 78752 USA
This is an AFP webinar hosted by ACC CCBNO
This is an ON-SITE webinar being held at the facilities of Austin Community College. You may bring your own lunch to the webinar.
*CCBNO Refund Policy:
Attention Executive Directors and Development Directors! If your small
development shop only solicits individuals by bulk mail (or not at all,)
this session is for you! Did you know that individuals give 80% of the
philanthropic dollars in this country each year? If you focus the bulk
of your time and attention soliciting corporations and foundations, your
efforts are in the wrong place. Come learn how to identify, cultivate,
solicit and steward individuals for the first time, and integrate face
to face solicitations into your annual development plan. We will discuss
how to identify prospects, how to get a first meeting, and how to
cultivate and solicit gifts for your organization.
About the Presenter:
Amy M. Eisenstein, MPA, CFRE is the Principal and Owner of Tri Point Resources, a full service consulting firm for non-profit organizations and foundations. Before creating Tri Point Resources, Amy served for more than ten years in the non-profit sector as a director of development in large and small non-profit organizations, including the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, the Associate Alumnae of Douglass College at Rutgers University, and Shelter Our Sisters, a battered women's shelter. For these organizations, she raised millions of dollars through event planning, grant writing, capital campaigns, direct mail, and major and planned gifts. Amy currently serves on the board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals – New Jersey Chapter. She received her Master's Degree in Public Administration and Non-Profit Management from the Wagner Graduate School at NYU and her Bachelor's Degree from Douglass College at Rutgers University.
For interested registrants outside of Austin, you may want to check with your local AFP chapter or management assistance center. Program is being coordinated through AFP website. Direct all questions to AFP.
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