Meeting/Event Information

Listening and Talking to Donors-Applying Research to Reality

May 10, 2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Zoom Meeting

The goal of this presentation is to educate professional fundraisers about the importance of listening and talking during the qualification and cultivations phases of our work.  In addition to discussing this topic, we’re able to facilitate a small number (based on time) of hands-on activities to further drive home the importance of listening and talking.  Leaders within non-profit organizations spend a great deal of time and energy ensuring that their organization’s mission and vision are communicated widely and accurately. While that approach is effective to build trust within your community, a more personalized approach must be taken when building individual donor relationships. Instead of communicating to donors and prospects, we must listen and communicate with them to be most effective and to ultimately reach our goal.

OUR SPEAKER:  A career fundraiser, Michael Buckley, CFRE is a non-profit consultant, coach, and speaker whose work focuses on small and medium-sized non-profit organizations.
As the Founder and Managing Partner of The Killoe Group, Mike's extensive experience includes annual campaign audits and management, capital campaign leadership, feasibility studies, interim and ad-hoc program leadership, board governance, strategic planning, and capacity building.  Mike is an effective and sought-after national-level speaker on topics including actionable fundraising data, major donor identification, and strategic planning.

Tickets

$0.00 Members Only Price

$10.00 Non-members and OTHER AFP CHAPTERS should use this ticket

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