SVP Dallas Workshop: Funders and Fundraising
In this SVP Dallas Workshop, we will explore how fundraising during the pandemic has shifted and how nonprofits can continue to build strong relationships with donors, communicate their needs effectively, and implement new methods of fundraising without further jeopardizing their budget.
More than 40% of development leaders expect a double-digit percentage drop in their revenue this year. Giving from individuals was down 6% in the first quarter of this year comparative to the previous year. This signifies that there was an early loss in revenue for many organizations. We are nearing the fourth quarter of the year and organizations need to strategically engage existing donors and find ways to acquire new ones during the ongoing pandemic, a high unemployment rate, and an upcoming presidential election.
On Thursday, September 10th, 2020 at 12 PM, you will have the opportunity to learn and ask questions regarding year-end fundraising and how you can keep donations coming in, how you can engage a variety of funders — including government, associations, family foundations, giving circles, and community foundations — while continuing to reinvent event fundraising, and most importantly gain approaches to show appreciation for your donors and inspire more giving from supporters.
- Lynn Fisher, SVP Dallas Partner & Vice President at The Moozie Foundation – Click Here for Bio
- Regina T. Montoya, Philanthropist & CEO & Chairperson of Regina T. Montoya, PLLC – Click Here for Bio
- Tameka Y. Cass, Founding Member of HERitage Giving Circle – Click Here for Bio
- Ashley D. Harris, Vice President – Development, Texas Women’s Foundation – Click Here for Bio
- Glenn Ayars, SVP Dallas Partner, Dana Juett Residency Alumnus, & Cultural Program Manager, City of Dallas, Office of Arts and Culture- Click Here for Bio
- Prisma Garcia, Director of Capacity Building, SVP Dallas
Special thanks to our sponsors, Something Good Consulting Group and Wright Connatser PLLC, for their support of social impact and corporate social responsibility in North Texas.