Web Conference – Small Shop Success: Building Something from Nothing—Starting a Well-Rounded Development Program

Our AFP Chapter is happy to make Web Conferences available for our fundraising community. We purchase the Web Conference from AFP International to ensure quality programs and present them at a central location. This is not a webinar, all conference participants watch the presentation at the identified location.

Registered participants will receive an email the day prior to the conference, with a link to download their own conference materials. (There will be no handouts given at the conference.)

FREE TO AFP MEMBERS   ($20 for non-members*)

Presenter:  Amy Wolfe, MPPA, CFRE

Date:  December 10, 2014 (Wednesday)

Start Time:  1:00 PM

Estimated Length:  1 hour, 30 minutes

Location:

Western Connecticut State University
181 White Street, Danbury, CT 06810
Warner Hall, Room 103
Contact:  Paul Steinmetz
Phone:  203-837-9805

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Registration/Payment:

Free to AFP Members; $20 for Non-Members*

*We ask that payment for Non-Members be made in advance, either by mailing a check made payable to “AFP-FC” to:

Marianne Hickey, 29 Black Alder Lane, Wilton, CT  06897

or we can accept a credit card payment by clicking here (or using this link: https://www.chi-cash-advance.com/sforms/appeal1449/Contribute.aspx

To confirm your attendance, send an email to: mshickey@optonline.net

About This Session:

Has your organization decided it’s time to “take on fund development”?  Are you taking the reigns of a development department with little to no structure? If you find yourself at square one, this webinar is for you! In this session we will explore the critical core elements of a fund development program, how best to establish realistic timelines for implementation, determining what you can handle and where you need help, and how best to set you and your team up for success.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify at least three core elements needed in creating a well-rounded development program;
  • Determine at least two appropriate implementation benchmarks for their program’s development;
  • Inventory their supply of available assistance, be that internal (either staff or volunteers) or third-party assistance; and
  • Identify the three most critical components that constitute success within their organization.

Target Audience:

  • New and intermediate-level small shop Directors of Development and Executive Directors with development responsibility.

CFRE Credits:

You earn 1.5 CFRE credits toward certification for each Web Conference you attend. For more information about CFRE certification, please visit http://www.afpnet.org/Professional/ProgramDetail.cfm?itemnumber=4056

 

 

About the Presenter:

Amy Wolfe, MPPA, CFRE is President and CEO of AgSafe, a California-based non-profit dedicated to keeping farmworkers safe and healthy. She has over a decade of small-shop development experience and is passionate about the needs of development professionals working on a shoestring! Ms. Wolfe is actively involved in her community, serving on the Board of Directors for the Modesto Chamber of Commerce and the Agricultural Awareness and Literacy Foundation as well as volunteering for the Girl Scouts Heart of Central California and of course, the Association of Fundraising Professionals.