Fundraising for Small Nonprofits
Fundraising strategies for small shops and small budgets.
You Will Learn How To
- Build a convincing case for financial support,
- Select the donors and markets best suited to your nonprofit,
- Choose the right fundraising vehicles for your organization,
- Inspire the leadership potential of volunteers, and
- Create a fundraising process that works, but is attainable with limited resources.
What You Will Receive
- A comprehensive, easy-to-use study guide with models for future reference,
- A chance to network with other professionals dealing with similar challenges,
- Hands on experience in planning special events, and
- Interactive training on how to ask for support.
This course is facilitated by Kim Klein, who is an internationally known fundraising trainer and has worked in all aspects of fundraising: as staff, as volunteer, as board member, and as consultant. She is best known for adapting traditional fundraising techniques, particularly major donor campaigns, to the needs of organizations with small budgets working for social justice.
Includes: Breakfast, lunch, light snack, and course materials
When & Where
Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Established in 1992, the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy is an academic center of Grand Valley State University. We conduct research, provide professional and organizational development, and create and share tools for nonprofits, foundations, and others seeking to transform their communities for the public good.