Your Board and Fundraising
Tuesday, July 23, 2013 1:00 pm
Classroom | Cleveland, OH
Learn how to engage your board in fundraising.
It's the job of the board of trustees to ensure that an organization has the resources it needs to advance its mission. Successful fundraising occurs when a nonprofit's volunteer leadership is enthusiastically engaged in the process, and when the board of directors and the professional staff work together in a strategic and coordinated way.
This class helps you think through the process of getting your board involved with fundraising. What we will cover:
- The role of your board
- Why board members may be reluctant to fundraise and how to overcome these concerns
- Ways the board can participate in fundraising activities
- Tips for strengthening your fundraising board
Following the class, hear from Beth Darmstadter, Director of Development of The Gathering Place, who will talk about the essential ways to get Board members to want to be involved in fundraising, and how it’s worked throughout her career. Don't miss this one-time opportunity to learn from an expert!
About the presenter:
Beth Darmstadter, MPH, Director of Development, The Gathering Place
Beth came to The Gathering Place after 12 years providing support for grantseekers and donors at The Cleveland Foundation. With a background in nonprofit management and public health, Beth received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and her Master’s degree in Public Health from San Diego State University. As Director of Development, Beth shares The Gathering Place story with the corporate, philanthropic and volunteer-minded community.
Space is limited. Register online with the form below, in person, or by calling 216-861-1933 x325. Registrants requiring ASL signers or other disability-related services are asked to contact the Foundation Center at least two weeks in advance.
Please arrive on time or your seat may be given away to others who are waiting to attend. If you need further information, please call 216-861-1933.