Fundraising for Non-Profits

April 25, 2018

I’m very pleased that the National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization (NAITCO) selected me as their fund development officer last fall.  Last week, NAITCO held its first ever annual Leadership Summit in Chicago.  State leaders and sponsors from across the country were in Chicago.  I saw firsthand the passion, energy and drive of these truly amazing state agricultural literacy leaders and sponsors.

 

During the conference, I conducted a presentation entitled Fundraising for Non-Profits.  Topics we discussed included:

 

  1. Non-Profit Fundraising Success Depends On

  2. Fundraising Involves: Identification, Cultivation, Solicitation and Stewardship

  3. Your Role in Fundraising

  4. What Makes a Good Fundraiser?

  5. Keys to a Successful Meeting

  6. Cause Marketing Research by Cone LLC

 

Here is a link to the slides for my presentation:  Fundraising for Non-Profits slides

 

Thank you for the kind remarks from those attending the NAITCO State Leaders Summit:

 

  • "Great job on your Fundraising for Non-Profits presentation! You hit it out of the park with our folks. I had several people tell me how much they got out of it, so thank you for working so hard to tailor your presentation to our group. It worked!"

  • "Your fundraising training seminar was the most valuable workshop that I attended during the entire two-day conference."

  • "I loved your presentation and learned so much. I wish we could have had another hour with you."

 

For more information on NATICO, please visit their website: https://agclassroom.org/

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