It's never been more important for boards and staff to work together effectively to solicit financial support for your organization.
A small percentage of people who join nonprofit boards are really excited about fundraising. If you're NOT one of those people, this session with Chuck Loring is absolutely essential.
Chuck's dynamic approach to resource development takes into account that not every person is a "make the ask" person and he helps you identify ways to find the right fit in your fundraising plan for each board member.
This practical session filled with tools you can use is perfect for board-staff teams and addresses the complementary roles board members play in their organization's governance and resource development.
The session begins with a close look at board recruitment, structure, operations, and culture, knowing that weak boards don't raise funds effectively. The second part of the session focuses on how to involve board members in effective fundraising and their role in supporting your bequest and planned giving program.
Topics covered in this day-long session will include:
To maximize the benefit of this session, we recommend attending as a staff / board team.
"The content was amazing. Chuck is the best presenter I've ever seen, the amount & type of material handed out was perfect to bring back to the board."
"Best seminar I have ever attended, left with confidence and a set of tools to act on and make some real improvements in our organization."
Chuck V. Loring, MBA, CFRE is a Senior Governance Associate for BoardSource and senior partner of Loring, Sternberg & Associates, based in Fort Lauderdale and Indianapolis, which provides governance consulting services to nonprofits. Chuck has helped hundreds of local and regional nonprofits across the country strengthen their boards and improve governance practices, and advanced the missions of world renowned organizations. Chuck also conducts training programs for funding organizations, including a host of community foundations across the country.
This event is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's Lakes Region and North Country Region funds.