Training details

calendar_today Tuesday, October 12, 2021

access_time 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm PT

place Seattle Public Library
Online training
Seattle, WA 98104

attach_money Free

About

You’ve successfully started a nonprofit organization. Now you need funding to support the work! Will you ask for contributions? What needs to be in place to raise money legally and successfully?  Dr. Angela Beard offers this workshop on assessing fundraising readiness and the steps you need to take to be in good shape to start a fundraising effort, including a culture of philanthropy and the six areas crucial to success.

This workshop will be recorded and live-captioned. All registrants will receive a copy of the recorded presentation and slideshow by email.

This is the third workshop in a four-part series exploring what it takes to start a nonprofit and be ready to raise funds to keep the organization sustainable. Contact Library to Business to request the recording and materials for any sessions you missed.

Nonprofit Startup Series:

• Is Starting a Nonprofit Right for You: 8/17

• Nonprofit Basics: How to Get Your Up and Running: 8/31

• Nonprofit Fundraising: 10/12

• Nonprofit Grantseeking: 10/26

About the presenter:

Angela C. Beard has been a nonprofit practitioner, board member and scholar for more than 30 years. Presently she directs the Fundraising Academy at City University of Seattle, whose mission is to offer high-quality fundraising educational opportunities to further strengthen nonprofit organizations throughout Washington State. Since 2013 she has been a faculty member at Seattle University and also teaches at Everett Community College.

Intended audience

  • All levels of experience
  • Nonprofit startups

Subject(s)

Philanthropy

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