Wed, Jun 14|
NWTC, Door 9, Room SC142
Creating a Culture of Philanthropy with Rachel Muir
Fundraising is the fuel that drives your mission. Everyone in your organization is involved in fundraising, even if they don't make a face-to-face solicitation. If bonds are broken or teams are siloed, come learn the secret sauce to help you unlock your team’s potential and transform your culture!
Time & Location
Jun 14, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM CDT
NWTC, Door 9, Room SC142, 2740 W Mason St, Green Bay, WI 54307, USA
About the event
Registration for In-Person Attendance ends June 7. Registration for Virtual Attendance will be open until June 13.
Is fundraising at your organization under-resourced, misunderstood or undervalued? Are your development operations set up for success? Is the program team at war with development? Are they like divorced parents only speaking to each other because of the kids? Perhaps your finance team is at war with development or your communications team. Do different fundraising departments fight over donors or who gets credit? Do overworked staff feel resentful of your unengaged board? Discover how to take your teams from dysfunction to dynamic so that you can have a thriving culture of philanthropy that raises more money and is a better place to work.
Fundraising is the fuel that drives your mission. Everyone in your organization is involved in fundraising, even if they make a face-to-face solicitation. If bonds are broken or teams are siloed let our expert, Rachel Muir, CFRE help you! Rachel is sharing the secret sauce to help you unlock your team’s untapped potential and transform your culture.
Join us to discover:
- What a culture of philanthropy is and how to heal the divide
- Drivers and motivations of programs, communications, development and finance
- A case study from the front lines
- 10 ways fundraising staff and program staff can support each other
- 7 things leadership can do to instill a culture of philanthropy
- 6 ways fundraising and finance staff can support one another
This program has been approved for 1.0 points of continuing education credit toward the CFRE credential. Learn more at www.cfre.org.
About Our Speaker:
Rachel has worked every side of the Rubik’s cube that is the nonprofit sector. When she was 26 Rachel Muir launched Girlstart, a non-profit empowering girls in math, science, engineering and technology in the living room of her apartment with $500 and a credit card. Several years later she had raised over 10 million and was featured on Oprah, CNN, and the Today show. Today Rachel delivers keynotes, custom trainings and board retreats that transform people into confident, successful fundraisers.
$10 for AFP Northeast Wisconsin Chapter members; $35 for non-members
Registration deadline is June 1 for in-person and June 13 for virtually participation.
While Rachel will be joining us virtually at noon, you can join us in person for lunch and networking with fellow fundraisers!
11:30 a.m. Registration and Lunch (for in-person attendees)
12:00 p.m. Program with Rachel Muir (in-person and virtual attendees)
1:00 p.m. Adjorn
NWTC - Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
College of Business
2740 W. Mason Street
Green Bay, WI 54307
Map - Park in lot F, walk across West Campus Drive and around to door 9, the main entrance to the Student Center. We will be in room SC142.
AFP Northeast Wisconsin Member
Jun 13, 11:59 PM CDT
Jun 13, 11:59 PM CDT