For the next year or so, all fundraising will take place during the ever-shifting sands of a pandemic. Fall fundraising will happen in the positive shadow of an uprising against racism and white supremacy. Our year-end campaigns will be conducted right after a bruising election. This is a lot of uncertainty! In this workshop, Kim Klein will discuss what we know about fundraising in crisis and help you think through your own fundraising plan from now until the end of the year. In this practical, hands-on workshop you will find out what organizations are doing with special events, major gifts solicitations, donor acquisition, and retention. What has changed? What is the same? Where do you pivot?
In this workshop, you will have a chance to share your experience, learn from your peers, and get guidance from someone who has fundraised through many crises. For best results, bring two to three people from your organization, including board members and volunteers.
This workshop is the first session in a two-part series. The second session is How Fundraising Can Help Make the Changes We Want
on August 28 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Use the registration button above to register only for A Practical Guide to Fundraising Through the End of the Year, or register for the full series
for $115 for members and $155 for nonmembers.
This workshop series is done in partnership with the North Dakota Association of Nonprofit Organizations, the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, New Mexico Thrives, and the Maine Association of Nonprofits.
is an internationally known speaker and author, known for her ability to deliver information in a practical and humorous way. She has worked in all aspects of fundraising: as staff, as a volunteer, and as a board member, and has helped thousands of grassroots organizations survive and thrive through tough political and economic realities. Kim is the author of five books including her classic text, Fundraising for Social Change, now in its 7th edition. This book is widely used by practitioners and university programs alike. She has provided training and consultation in all 50 United States, six Canadian provinces, and 21 other countries. She is a lecturer in the School of Social Welfare at the University of California Berkeley.