Did you read the Bright Spots Report from the Haas Jr Fund and Compasspoint, or the Individual Donor Benchmark Report? Yes? Then you will love this webinar.
If not, you have the chance to learn how these reports have similar findings, and what this means you should be focusing on in your fundraising for the next year.
Please register for our FREE Webinar: New Research on how your nonprofit can succeed in 2017
Date: Sep 13, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM PDT -11:00AM PDT (1:00PM-2:00PM ET)
Have you ever wondered how your fundraising program stacks up? Or what successful small to mid-sized organizations are doing to raise money from a broad base of individual donors? Or what you can expect to raise from monthly donors? Or how to overcome common fundraising challenges?
Join Individual Donor Benchmark author Heather Yandow and Bright Spots Researcher Stephanie Roth for a discussion of their respective reports’ findings and how to use them in your work. We’ll look at some of the emerging lessons from the data, a few surprising findings, and the data that backs up the recent Bright Spots report findings.
-A deeper understanding of the individual donor benchmarks for small but mighty organizations
-The (not so) secret factors in having a successful fundraising program
-New ideas for how to use fundraising benchmarks in your organization
Heather Yandow brings 15 years of experience as an outreach coordinator, coalition leader, project manager, and fundraiser to Third Space Studio and our clients. She helps organizations with strategic planning, business model design, implementing fundraising strategies, and going from good to great. Heather’s most recent nonprofit position was as the Director of Development and Communications with the NC Conservation Network. She has also served on the Board of Directors of Democracy NC, ncyt: NC’s Network of Young Nonprofit Professionals, and the Beehive Collective. Heather holds a certificate in Nonprofit Management from Duke University and is a trained facilitator.
Stephanie Roth has been a trainer, consultant and coach for organizations working for social justice since 1994, with a focus on fundraising, board development and meeting facilitation. Based in Oakland, CA, Stephanie has written widely on the topic of fundraising and organizational development, and is the co-author (with Mimi Ho) of The Accidental Fundraiser: A Step-by-Step Guide to Raising Money for Your Cause (Jossey-Bass). She was a co-founder of GIFT (Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training), and the Editor of the Grassroots Fundraising Journal from 1998-2009.
If you can’t join us for this webinar, don’t worry, every registrant will get the recording.