Many nonprofits, no matter the size, rely on events to raise large sums of money in a short period of time. Whether you're planning a signature event or a series of small events, you'll need to know how to budget, plan, execute, and follow up in order to truly raise maximum dollars. Join us to learn the tools and systems needed to create and execute successful and memorable fundraising events.
FND 206 | Does it Work?: Measuring the Success of your Fundraising Event
Learn how to effectively measure the outcomes of your fundraising strategies.
FND 207 | Sponsors and Underwriters: Developing Corporate & Major Gift Donors
Learn best practices for corporate engagement that align development marketing with a corporation’s specific interests regarding social responsibility, marketing, and return on investment.
FND 208 | Make it Work!: Planning and Executing a Successful Fundraising Event
Be guided through the steps necessary for hosting the most successful fundraising event possible.
ACCT 220 | Program Based Budgeting
Learn how to create a budget that is detailed and realistic and clearly provides a foundation on which you can successfully operate your program(s).
FND 209 | Online Fundraising: Using the web, social media, and mobile to drive donations
Learn how to identify the social media platform that’s best for your organization, create a compelling social message, and analyze data to drive organizational development.
Thanks to The Wells Fargo Foundation, limited scholarships are available for eligible nonprofits enrolling in our introductory and intermediate courses and certificates.
- Starts March 22, 2018
- Starts August 2, 2018
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
100 Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
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