LaSalle Nonprofit Center
Promote Successful Fundraising through Effective Stewardship – Mar 6
Too often, donor management and gift stewardship are afterthoughts instead of integral parts of your fundraising plan. Procedures for accepting, acknowledging and stewarding gifts – from the first donation through the end of the relationship – are essential for donor cultivation, including legal and ethical compliance.
Just as you have a plan for raising funds, you need a plan for managing them. It takes a strong alliance and good communication between the development and finance staff to ensure accuracy, continuity and accountability to the funder.
Master the different requirements and expectations for various gift vehicles, the management of expenses and the role of recognition and accountability and budgeting.
Real world examples will enable you to understand the significance of what’s included in responsible reporting, managing expenses, creating positive donor relations and trouble-shooting potential problems to maintain current, and secure future support.
When & Where: 3/6/20, 9 am to 4 pm, WSFS, 1818 Market St., Phila.
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