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What Every New Nonprofit Needs to Know About Raising Money

Apr
7
2021
Wed 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Online
Topic: Start-up Assistance

After you have filed your paperwork, now you need to start raising money. But where do you start without a donor list or supporters? Obtaining funding for a new nonprofit can be more difficult initially than when you become established. Exploring possibilities, creating systems and beginning to have conversations will benefit the organization and start raising money.

Specifically, you’ll get essential information on:
• Assessing where to find donors
• Exploring peer-to-peer fundraising, memberships, programs and events
• Marketing and advertising

Nonprofit Series

Our Nonprofit Startup Series includes:

  1. Feb. 3: To Be or Not To Be a Nonprofit: Seven Questions to Consider Before Starting a 501(c)(3)
  2. March 3: The Information You Need to Form a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization
  3. April 7: What Every New Nonprofit Needs to Know About Raising Money
  4. May 5: Choosing the Right Strategy to Set Up Your Nonprofit

Each class will build on the content taught in the previous session. Registration is $15 per class. If you miss a class in the series you will be able to download a specially-designed on-demand version after the class concludes, also $15. We encourage live attendance when possible to be able to ask questions and get the most out of the discussion. Class attendees will receive a recording of the live class as a part of the registration fee.

Registration for the entire series is available for $45, a $15 savings, by clicking here.

Course descriptions and registration links can be found at https://northwestsbdc.org/nwsbdc-events/.

Speaker: Robin Thompson, MS

Certified Nonprofit Fundraising Professional, Robin Thompson, MS, has fundraising and leadership experience as Vice President of Development at the Vail Valley Foundation and Oregon Institute of Technology plus as Executive Director of the Oregon Tech Foundation and Vail Christian High School. Over the last several years she has worked with many nonprofits in the mountains of Colorado, across the US and internationally helping them be more successful in raising money.

Robin earned a Certificate in Fundraising Management from Indiana University School of Philanthropy, a MS Degree from the University of Utah and a BS Degree from West Virginia University. She is the author of two books: Putting the FUN in Fundraising: The Secrets to Raising More Money, Faster and Easier and Know Stress to No Stress—A Guide to Achieving Life Balance. Robin has been a professional speaker for 25 years.


Fee: $ 15.00

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