About This Seminar
Every member of a nonprofit team can play a vital role in the organization’s fundraising efforts. We all know the fundraising roles for executive directors and boards, but let’s make room for our finance managers, administrative assistants, and volunteers! This seminar offers helpful tips and strategies for involving all members of your team in the fundraising process, through both active and supporting roles. Join to gain useful knowledge and practical tips to get everyone on your fantastic team engaged.
- The power of teamwork in nonprofit fundraising
- The Visionaries & Philanthropy Leaders – Boards of Directors
- The Active Fundraisers – Executive Directors, Development Officers & Grant Writer
- The Supporting Team – Finance Managers, Program & Operations Managers and staff, & Administrative Assistants
- The Cheerleaders – Volunteers
Who Should Attend
Nonprofit executive directors, board members, and anyone interested in supporting their organization’s fundraising efforts.
- Early Bird : $75 (ends on 2/9)
- General Admission: $99
If you are a CNM Member or Scholarship Recipient, please send an email to [email protected] to receive your discount code.
Optimized for the virtual environment, this seminar will consist of presentations, group discussions, breakout group sessions, polls, and short breaks. This is an opportunity to do a deep dive on a topic and leave with tools that you can put into practice immediately.
Launa K. Wilson, MSW – Business Consultant, Launa Wilson Consulting LLC
Launa is a seasoned nonprofit professional with two decades of experience building thriving major gift programs and strengthening nonprofit operations. She provides strategic guidance to nonprofits focused on strengthening governance, fund development, and organizational sustainability. Prior to establishing her consultancy, Launa held a variety of positions in the nonprofit sector, including program manager, fundraising professional, and executive director. She has built programs from the ground up, raised millions in charitable dollars, and led systemic changes resulting in stronger, more efficient, and more diverse nonprofits.