Fundraising Institute 2018
Delray Beach Marriott, Delray Beach
Saturday, July 28, 2018
9:00AM - 3:00PM
Developing a Successful Fundraising Organization
Peter Gallo, Ph.D.
Director of Development, The Landon School
Governance ~ Essential Components of Successful Fundraising ~ Building a Culture of Philanthropy by Engaging Leadership ~ Giving and Getting ~ Major Giving ~ Capital Campaigns: Avoiding the Top 10 Campaign Mistakes ~ The Art of the Ask ~ Effective Prospect Research ~ Mind Your Philanthropic Manners ~ Hiring, Attracting, and Retaining Development Professionals
Who Should Attend?
Heads of School, Trustees, Chief Financial Officers, and Directors of Advancement/Development and their teams
Consider sharing this experience as a team.
In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE sponsors, CPE credits will be granted based on a 50-minute hour. In order to be awarded the full credit hours, you must be present, registering your attendance and departure on the attendance sheets at the registration desk for each session.
Feedback from last year's participants: What did you find most valuable?
How to develop our advancement/development team and its importance to promoting mission and vision of the school
• Great overview of the “whole” picture
• Peter’s presentation for annual fund, stewardship, and governance was far more “scalable” than most presenters making it more useful for smaller schools.
Pastries and Coffee
Define the roles and relationships of trustees, heads and chief advancement/ development officers in board development
• Essential Components of Successful Fundraising
Back to the basics with elements fundraisers at any level can apply
• Building a Culture of Philanthropy by Engaging Leadership Distinguish "philanthropy" from "fundraising" and build up board support
• Giving and Getting
Exploring current giving trends and learn how to get your piece of the philanthropic pie
• Major Giving
Building a Major Donor Program & Building a Donor Cultivation Program
• Capital Campaigns
Avoiding the Top 10 Campaign Mistakes: Step-by-step instruction to plan a successful major campaign
• The Art of the Ask
The "ask" is more about planning than asking, so learn how to ask so that you get a “yes".
• Effective Prospect Research
Learn to conduct good research on potential major donors, a must to identify and cultivate your next top leaders and donors
• Mind Your Philanthropic Manners
How "please" (donor cultivation) and "thank you" (stewardship) can make or break a development program
• Hiring, Attracting and Retaining Development Professionals
The acronym spells HARD, but we will show a clear path to hiring successful fundraisers.
Delray Beach Marriott is located at: 10 North Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach, FL 33483
Registration: $199 (Members) | $249 (Non-Members)
* includes workshop, morning pastries and coffee, and lunch
Register for both the Finance Institute and the Fundraising Institute for a reduced cost:
$350 (Members) | $450 (Non-Members)
* Please note: The bundled option is available to one registrant only and cannot be divided between two registrants.
Hotel Room: $169 (plus applicable taxes)
Participants are expected to make their own hotel reservations. Registration fee does not include the price of the guest room. To make a reservation online, click here: Delray Beach Marriott Reservations.
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Registration and Hotel Deadline: June 26, 2018
To receive the FCIS group rate at the resort, reservations must be made on or before this date.
Valet Parking: $18
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