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Tue Oct 28 2014 at 03:00 pm EDT
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This session explores a six-step process for cultivating and securing major gifts. We will explore, from the donor�s perspective, what it takes to build strong relationships, how to identify potential major givers, and how to successfully appeal at the right time, for the right project and for the right amount. Learning Outcomes: - Be familiar with the role authentic, personalized donor communications plays in cultivating major gifts - Understand the link between effective donor database usage and major gift success - Learn how to ask and what to say when the donor says no
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One OC
Nonprofit Capacity..
Recorded: Oct 03, 2014 at 07:00 pm EDT
The Foundation Directory Online is a searchable database providing the most current, accurate, and comprehensive information available on U.S. grantmakers and their grants, drawn from reliable sources, including IRS Form 990s, grantmaker websites and annual reports, and the grantmakers themselves. Developed by the Foundation Center, the Foundation Directory Online is the nation's leading online resource for funding research. Updated weekly, the Foundation Directory Online provides the most accurate details available on U.S. funders and their grants, and includes a comprehensive listing of 100,000 U.S. foundations and corporate donors, over 2.4 million recent grants, and over half a million key decision makers. As a Cooperating Collection of the Foundation Center, OneOC provides free access to the Foundation Directory Online. First, register to attend this online tutorial to learn how to use the directory, and then search at your leisure for the information that you need.
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In the event of a disaster, it is important that community organizations and businesses can continue to operate. This is especially true for those organizations who provide essential services to community members, as many small organizations and businesses do. This session explores the concept of Continuity of Operations Planning in order to be prepared in case of such an event. We will look at elements of the plan and planning process, including community partnerships for mutual aid and support; staff and volunteer safety and accountability; and back filling of positions vacated by disaster response or other activities.
Volunteer Management can be as challenging as it is rewarding. Putting well-intentioned individuals to work in their communities in meaningful and fulfilling service requires patience, structure, and creativity. A disaster program presents additional challenges in recruitment, retention, and recognition of its volunteers. This training will address these challenges and explore some possible solutions to keeping your disaster volunteers engaged in and enthusiastic about their service. We will discuss ways to creatively recruit, retain, and recognize your volunteers in order to ensure that their experience is rewarding and enlightening despite the potentially unpredictable and possibly chaotic nature of disaster services work.