Fundraising Networking LunchDate: Mar 13, 2013
Time: 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
If you are interested in learning more about fundraising-related nonprofit work, you are invited to join MCN and AFP-MN for this free, informal discussion and information sharing group.
Each month a topic is identified around which the majority of the discussion will revolve. Participants are encouraged to bring questions, examples and insights related to the topic of the session. In addition to the featured topic discussion, each session will include time to network and ask questions. This network is free and no RSVP is necessary. You are invited to bring your lunch, business cards and ideas. If you have any questions about the Fundraising Networking Lunches, please contact Paul Vliem, MCN’s development project coordinator, at 651-757-3073 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Fundraising Networking Lunches are co-sponsored by the the Association of Fundraising Professionals Minnesota Chapter.
2013 Dates and Topics
- January 9 – Scared to Ask?
- February 13 – Ethnicity & Giving
- March 13 – The Role of the Development Director
- April 11 – Challenge Gifts and Grants
- May 8 – Trends in Corporate Giving
- June 12 – World-Class Donor Relations
- July 10 – Interactive Fundraising
- August 14 – Telling Your Story
- September 11 – Developing a Robust Annual Giving Program
- October 9 – Social Media & Philanthropy
- November 13 – Who Gives and Why
- December 11 – Events that Work!
*For the March Fundraising Networking Lunch, Jon Pratt, executive director of the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits, will present the findings and his reflections of the recently released national report, UnderDeveloped: A National Study of Challenges Facing Nonprofit Fundraising, published by CompassPoint and the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund. The report highlights a number of key areas of concern within the field of nonprofit fundraising, with recommendations for improving the culture of philanthropy in nonprofit organizations. Please take some time to read through the report and come with questions and comments to facilitate a healthy conversation on the state on nonprofit fundraising and the role of the development director in each or our organizations.