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High Impact, Low-Stress Requests - Asking for Funds in One-Page or Less

May
28
2020
Thu 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Topic: Nonprofit

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Are you passionate about your mission but get overwhelmed at the thought of asking for money? Do you struggle to craft a written appeal to local businesses, churches, or individuals in your community to ask them for support?

Funding for Good’s experts guide participants through activities to shift the mindset around fundraising and craft a one-page ask that resonates with prospective supporters!

During this training, we break down the different categories of nonprofit requests, highlight key charitable giving trends, and teach participants how to get in front of local businesses, individuals, and foundations with a compelling one-page proposal.

Takeaways:

*Understand the different types of written “asks” in the nonprofit world *Outline current charitable giving trends *Clarify organization needs and prospects *Find out what information donors want to know at first glance *Craft and deliver a compelling one-page request

Speaker(s): Presenter: Marie Palacios, Funding For Good

Marie Palacios, owner of MP ProConsult and principal business associate of Funding for Good, is a native of Morganton, NC. She began her nonprofit experience as a volunteer while completing a community service project in college. During her freshman year at Lenoir-Rhyne University, Marie walked into a local nonprofit to volunteer with children and never left the field! Over the last 17 years, she has worn every hat imaginable in the nonprofit world: volunteer, board member, program director, executive director, and development consultant. Marie combines her experiences and expertise to help organizations grow for good. Her passions include program design, strategic planning, support for beginner nonprofits, board development, and fundraising.


Fee: No Cost

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