January 31st, 9am-10:30am
THE HEIGHTS Community Center
8001 Dale Ave. Richmond Heights, MO 63117
This workshop is designed for nonprofits that are short on time and staff, but need to increase funding for their programs without large expenses. Executive Directors and emerging Development Directors will learn how to time-efficiently build and implement a fundraising plan that’s right-sized to their nonprofit, and one that actually raises money (not expenses).
In addition to receiving best-practice training and templates, attendees will learn about a special 2018, grant-funded initiative – “Jumpstart.”
This event is free, but space is limited. Please RSVP today.
Participants will leave this workshop with the training and templates to successfully:
- Develop a right-sized, data-driven development plan & assess their fundraising potential;
- Engage board & volunteers in direct fundraising activities to acquire & upgrade donors;
- Build an impact-driven fundraising message & effective campaign assets.
8:30am-9am / Set-up, Coffee, Bagels, Networking
9:00am-10:00am / Main Program
- Learning Content + Case Study
- Jumpstart Program Overview
10:00am-10:30am / Networking
Since beginning work in professional fundraising, Nate Nasralla, CFRE has helped more than 500 small, emerging nonprofits – primarily with annual budgets ranging from $1K to $1MM – address their most pressing fundraising challenges, including strategies for donor acquisition, retention, major gifts, board engagement, and grant writing. In this capacity, Nate has been chiefly responsible for ensuring that these nonprofits can successfully create and leverage their first, right-sized fundraising plan to raise money, not expenses.
Nate is a Certified Fundraising Executive and was the co-founder of DonorPath.org, which merged with Network for Good, where he now serves as their Senior Program Director of Impact & Sustainability.
As a Millennial who has dedicated his career to the fundraising professional, he is a sought-after speaker and workshop leader, helping Generation X and Baby Boomer fundraisers understand donor acquisition, digital, social and online fundraising.