For-profit organizations rely on sales, and government agencies depend on appropriations—but nonprofits are sustained by donor contributions. Although many nonprofits earn income from revenue-generating activities, such as ticket and gift shop sales, program service fees, and special events, they still rely on contributions to support many of public and client-facing services.
November 1-2, 2022
Register by Tuesday, October 25
Like strategic planning, financial planning or human resource planning, a nonprofit’s fundraising program must be designed to fit the unique nature of that organization. This program will help you sharpen your fundraising skills as we explore proven principles and methodologies of fundraising.
Nonprofit executives responsible for fundraising, marketing and communications, human resources and volunteer management, and operations.
Nonprofit leaders (executive directors), board members and community leaders.
The overall goal of this program is to gain a better understanding of the basic principles and methodologies of fundraising, and of how fundraising fits into nonprofit executives’ broader management responsibilities.
Center for Executive and Professional Development