Advancing Your Skills:
Creating an Effective Fundraising Plan
Friday, July 19, 2019
The number one predictor of fundraising success is having a plan. A written plan helps you to focus and prioritize the efforts necessary to ensure the success of your fundraising program. A plan also helps to prevent the potential derailment of efforts by well-intentioned board members and volunteers. Through discussion and exercises participants will leave this interactive session with the outline of a plan ready for immediate implementation.
This course is designed for fundraisers with at least one to two years of experience in a small to mid-sized organization.
Participants will explore:
- using your fundraising plan to build a culture of philanthropy;
- the fine art of setting fundraising goals;
- evaluating return on investment;
- bringing a focus on gifts from individuals; and
- innovative strategies for solicitation and cultivation
Register now! Class size limited to 25, so please register early.
Friday, July 19, 2019
9:00 am – 3:30 pm
100 South Commons, Suite 100
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Working lunch and beverages provided
Maureen Mahoney Hill, CFRE
Principal, Advancement Advisors
With strategy, creativity and integrity, Maureen Mahoney Hill, CFRE, counsels nonprofit clients to help them meet – and often exceed – their fundraising goals. Since starting her consulting practice in 2006, she has helped clients raise $16 million, bringing her career fundraising total to more than $40 million.
As a Principal with Advancement Advisors, Maureen builds fundraising, communications and marketing capacity in nonprofit organizations. Her practice focuses on board training and development; coaching; planning and strategy development for major and planned gifts; fundraising plans; and audits and feasibility studies.
A long-time Certified Fund Raising Executive, Maureen recently added to her credentials by achieving the status of Master Trainer with the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). Her vast knowledge and dynamic style make her a sought-after speaker. She was one of the featured speakers at the Big 12 Development Conference in 2017 and has given presentations at numerous nonprofit and philanthropy conferences in the region. Among the topics she is most frequently asked to address are fundraising trends, major and planned gifts, individual giving and development audits.