The Nonprofit Series

Nonprofit Fundraising and Planning Series

Join NCPP and Peter Hoontis with the School of Public Affairs and Administration for an informative, 3-part series on the latest issues affecting the Nonprofit Community.

UP NEXT - February 16th: 

Donor Perspectives: Why People Give?
What motivates an individual to donate? This webinar will present, from a donors' perspective, the answer to this question. Webinar participants will have an opportunity to hear directly from donors on what helps and hinders their decision making process. A segment of this session will provide webinar participants an opportunity interact with donors on this topic. 

Date and Time

Webinar Topic

Price

Registration

Thursday, Feb. 9, 2012
2 pm EST

5 Keys to Success: Fundraising During Hard Economic Times

$5 ($25)
(80% introductory discount)

CLOSED

Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012
2 pm EST

Donor Perspectives: Why People Give?

$25

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Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012
2 pm EST

Working with Private Foundations

$25

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Additional Information

Each webinar runs for 60 minutes, and includes a free Q&A session. All webinars in the series are a strong value so register today and gain the knowledge and tools to jumpstart your fundraising efforts.

Topics include:

  • How organizations are overcoming today’s economic hurdles,
  • What motivates giving,
  • Best practices when working with private foundations, and
  • Future outlooks for the field.

In this series, you will learn:

  • Top best practices used by experienced and successful fundraising professionals,
  • The decision-making process of donors and what they deem important,
  • Critical elements that private foundations look for in grant proposals.


(Part One) 5 Keys to Success: Fundraising During Hard Economic Times 

A conversation with experienced and successful fundraising professionals. They will highlight the top five best practices they employed in 2011 those they plan on continuing in 2012. In addition, their thoughts about what may be the new challenges and new best practices for 2012. Guest Speakers: Carol Tweedy and Pat De Sibio

(Part Two) Donor Perspectives: Why People Give?
What motivates an individual to donate? This webinar will present, from a donors' perspective, the answer to this question. Webinar participants will have an opportunity to hear directly from donors on what helps and hinders their decision making process. A segment of this session will provide webinar participants an opportunity interact with donors on this topic. Guest Speaker: Brian Byrd


(Part Three) Working with Private Foundations

Hear from private foundation program officers on how they make their decisions. From evaluating a proposal to conducting a site visit, these officers will provide a perspective that is based on their experiences. This session will give current and prospective grant writers an opportunity to strengthen strategies and reduce the margin of error in their approach to private foundations. Guest Speaker: Rene Deida

Series Main Speaker: Peter Hoontis
Moderator: Ruth MacQuiddy (Managing Director, National Center for Public Performance)


This webinar series is presented by the NATIONAL CENTER FOR PUBLIC PERFORMANCE and the School of Public Affairs and Administration in cooperation with the Public Technology Institute.

Questions/Comments: If you have any questions, please send us an e-mail at: ppmrn@andromeda.rutgers.edu

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