Certificate in Nonprofit Management Course 1: Fund Development
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Certificate in Nonprofit Management Program
Course 1: Fund Development**
Thursdays, October 27, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 2016. 1:30—4 p.m. Instructor: Kay Larrick
This course is a comprehensive look at various forms of fund development and the various stages through which a donor moves as their financial commitment increases. Specific topics include: annual appeals, planned giving, major gift solicitation, special events, social enterprise/entrepreneurship, grant writing, and capital campaigns. Participants will learn the development process and tools necessary to design and implement an integrated development process linked to plan and mission. CEUs for Social Workers and CFREs are awarded for completion of this course.
Instructor: Kay Larrick -- Kay is a 30-year veteran in the field of fundraising. Her experience includes raising millions of dollars through successful grant writing, event management, annual giving programs, special appeals, and working with major donors. Kay believes the golden thread that runs through these processes is building good relationships. Kay has a Bachelor’s degree in business from Rockford College and is a Masters in Nonprofit Administration candidate at the University of Notre Dame. Kay earned the designation of CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive). Kay currently serves as the Executive Director at Carpenter’s Place where she has worked for the past eleven years.
**This is the first of five courses in the Certificate in Nonprofit Management Program. Courses do not need to be taken in order. Upon successful completion of all five courses (90% overall attendance) participants will receive a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Rockford University. Full program details can be found by visiting rockford.edu/community/nicne/programs