Nonprofits have to realize that this roller coaster economy is the new normal, and that for many social change nonprofits, this is a "movement moment." Based on her new book of the same name, Kim Klein will discuss the advantages and opportunities inherent in economic turmoil, and how your fundraising program can thrive in this environment.
How do you find the opportunities in all this downturn? How do you maximize your donor income and donor loyalty between now and the end of the year? How do you plan for 2010? This course will be most helpful to organizations with budgets under $2,000,000 who are working for social change.
In this fast paced webinar, you will learn:
Why focusing on individuals who have jobs will be more lucrative than all other strategies, and how to do that
What a systematic and disciplined fundraising program looks like, and how to make the necessary corrections in your current fundraising efforts
How to build a team of volunteers who will help you and how to help them get over their fear of asking for money.
This course is the recording of a live webinar and contains the slides and full audio from the original presentation (including Q & A sessions). Only a reasonably current version of FlashPlayer is needed to run this recording (most computers already have this installed).
About the Instructor(s)
Kim Klein, Fundraising Consultant
Klein & Roth Consulting
Kim Klein is an internationally known fundraising trainer and consultant. She is the author of five books, including the classic Fundraising for Social Change, now in its fifth edition, Fundraising for the Long Haul, Ask and You Shall Receive, and Fundraising in Times of Crisis, which was a runner up for the Terry McAdam Book Award.
She founded the Grassroots Fundraising Journal in 1981 and was its publisher for 25 years. Her new book, Reliable Fundraising in Unreliable Times, was just released in September 2009.
Widely in demand as a speaker, Kim Klein has provided training and consultation in all 50 United States and in 21 countries. She is also a member of the Building Movement Project where she leads workshops and writes widely on the topic of fair and just taxation and the importance of focusing on the common good.