The Capital Campaign Process: What Should You Expect?

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The Capital Campaign Process: What Should You Expect?

Learn what to expect from each phase of typical capital campaign, common challenges and how to overcome them, and how to care for donors.

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About this event

Capital campaigns are based on process. Learn what happens in five phases typical to most capital campaigns – the family, quiet, leadership, close-out and public phases. Discover each phase’s goals and potential stalling points. Designed for executive directors, development leaders and board members, you will get the details of these capital campaign stages from actual campaigns, learn how to avoid the stalls before your campaign begins, and get comfortable with the process nonprofits use to raise the funds they need to grow and improve infrastructure to meet the needs of their clients and community.

Key Takeaways:

  • What to expect from each phase of typical capital campaign
  • Common challenges and how to overcome them
  • How to care for donors

This workshop will be presented by Kevin Wallace, President, and Carlyn Schulzke, Systems and Information Director/Consultant, Campaign Counsel.

Participants who complete the post-session evaluation can receive a PDF copy of the presentation.

Key Area(s) of Excellence: Fundraising & Resource Development

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Please Note: This meeting is open to staff and board members of current Nonprofit New York member organizations and non-member organizations. Organizations may send more than one individual to participate, HOWEVER if the event sells out registration may be limited to ONE person per organization due to space constraints.

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Refund policy: Registrants who cancel their registration on or before 1 week will receive a full refund. Those who cancel on or before DAY PRIOR will receive a 50% refund. No refund will be made for cancellations made on or after DAY OF. All cancellations must be submitted in writing.

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