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Are you looking for proven ways to increase retention and improve your bottom line? This webinar, designed for staff, board members and volunteers who lead or manage fundraising efforts, is a great framework for building relationships with your donors and engaging them for years to come. If you are new to the fundraising field, just joining a board, or a seasoned professional needing a refresher, this webinar is right for you! Learning Objectives: 1. Examine the real benefits of retention 2. Discover the value of the two I�s � inform and involve 3. Understand how to build relationships that support the work 4. Outline a new commitment!
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This session explores a six-step process for cultivating and securing major gifts. We will explore, from the donorƒ¢ï¿½ï¿½s 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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Points of Light
Nonprofit Capacity..
Recorded: Oct 21, 2014 at 04:00 pm EDT
Please join us to learn the in's and out's of Learn It Live!
Sidney Slover
Platform Trainings
Ended: Oct 20, 2014 at 12:00 pm EDT
This is to review the broadcast capabilities of the POL Learning Center. This allows up to 50,000 live participants to join at one time. Additionally, allows for a multi-camera setup and more "TV" like broadcast experience.
Join this webinar to see the refreshed VMTS curriculum, hear from Affiliates about what's working in their communities in the world of nonprofit capacity building training and find ideas to jump start or improve your own local training programs.
Stay up to date on the benefits and resources available to you as a HandsOn Network Affiliate. Perfect for all staff levels at your organization. This orientation covers important membership benefits and requirements, how to access tools and resources, networking opportunities, key staff and so much more. Whether you're a new Affiliate, or a new staff member at an existing Affiliate, this webinar is a great way to learn how to stay connected to the network.
HandsOn Network
HandsOn Network
Recorded: Jul 01, 2014 at 03:00 pm EDT
Join this webinar to recap anouncements, discussions and conversations from the 2014 HandsOn Network Affiliate Pre-Conference. On the webinar, Emily Gilliland, HandsOn Network Executive Director, will share highlights from the State of the Network presentation, key outcomes from important discussions and provide information about how to continue conversations began during our time together in Atlanta. Whether you joined us at Pre-Conference or not, this is a great opportunity to stay connected all that was shared.
How to pitch and manage successful corporate project collaborations. On the call, Affiliates will discuss how companies can work together to create greater impact in communities. Presenters will share examples of successful collaborations and how to effectively manage these types of corporate relationships.
Hear from Ben McCarthy, Seattle Works; Amy Lytle, HandsOn Northwest North Carolina and Michelle Bennett, HandsOn Ashville-Buncombe. On the call, presenters will share their experience with developing pricing structures, marketing their programs and offering community partners a competitive return on investment.
HandsOn Network
HandsOn Network
Recorded: Apr 15, 2014 at 03:00 pm EDT
From written word to multi-media, there are a variety of ways to share the impact of your work with stakeholders. Join the Get Noticed webinar to learn tips and strategies on presenting compelling stories. Patrice and Emily from Boston Cares will showcase their successful use of infographics and it's key role in the Innovation Hub program. We will also be joined by Jessica Boatright, Points of Light's Vice President of Marketing. Jessica will share insights from her work at Habitat for Humanity and how written storytelling (through blogs, website, social media and more) are a cornerstone of the Points of Light international outreach strategy.
This session will explore service projects that increase economic opportunity for low-income households through a range of small- to large-scale volunteer opportunities.
In the 21st century we will see America�s greatness hinge on our ability to leverage the collective human capital of the American people. President George H. Bush�s legacy of a �thousand points of light� extending and connecting communities reminds us of the importance of everyday people accepting the responsibilities of citizenship with a clear sense of purpose, duty, and honor. The challenge that confronts our society is how to translate the abstract obligations associated with being a member of a community to concrete action that is focused on meaningful social, political, and economic change. In this course students will consider how individual rights, and associated obligations, can transform general commitments to service into a robust model of community-engaged leadership. We will focus how the methods of democratic engagement and redefine systems, organizations, and institutions that structure issues confronting our society. We will problematize key ideas tied to charity, volunteerism, and service to illuminate a method of democratic engagement, connected to a form of community-engaged leadership, which is focused on creating positive community impact. This course is designed for students that are beginning to seriously consider their role as community-engaged leaders. In this course we examine how the complacency included in most conceptions of public action not only fails to achieve democratic ideals, but also constitutes a larger threat to democratic institutions that rely on meaningful social, political, moral, and economic engagement. We will problematize contemporary conceptions of public action in order to more fully understand the components of engagement. Through readings, discussions, dialogue, deliberation, and service-learning pedagogies, this course will give you the opportunity to learn about theories and applied actions of democratic engagement. This process should constantly force you to question the relationship between the �world as it is� vs. �the world as it should be.� The course will highlight the relationship between attention and activity, as these concepts relate to maintaining a meaningful engagement practice. The goal will be to use the engagement framework included in this course to complete projects that are co-produced and develop the democratic efficacy/capacity of those working to address serious community issues. Students will also be encouraged to consider how the methods of democratic engagement and community-engaged leadership intersect their academic disciplines and future professional careers.
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