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You Can Do It! Transform Your Board into a Fundraising Force!
November 20 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Welcome back, Kay! Following up on her dynamic lecture at TVNPA last April, Kay Sprinkel Grace will dive even deeper into the AAA’s of building a dynamic and effective fundraising board at this half-day, fee-based workshop. You’ll participate in and work on strategies to increase your board’s passion for fundraising to advance your mission and impact.
Kay wowed TVNPA earlier this year with her presentation on fundraising and we are thrilled to give our region’s nonprofits an opportunity through this workshop to dive much deeper into an extremely important topic, led by a foremost expert in the field.
NEW! By completing this workshop, participants can each earn 3.25 CFRE credits. TVNPA is an approved provider for CFRE Internation. For more information, click here to read more about CFRE International and Continuing Education credits.
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About this workshop:
Nonprofits fervently desire to engage their boards as full partners in developing programs and building relationships that lead to long term investment. Most organizations, however, report that very few of their board members participate in resource development. The key to upping the level of engagement is to find tasks for board members that touch their motivational sweet spots and inspire their “Passion Quotient” (PQ).
Kay’s workshop will provide opportunities for you to listen, learn, participate and work on strategies for increasing your board’s PQ while advancing your organization’s impact and mission. This extended session goes deeply into the overview of ideas and strategies Kay presented in April, 2019.
About our presenter:
Kay Sprinkel Grace, FAFP, is a successful author with significant experience in nonprofit fundraising and development. She has published seven books about leadership and fundraising, including most recently: The AAA Way to Fundraising Success, and Transforming Your Board Into A Fundraising Force. Kay earned her Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees from Stanford University and has received Stanford’s prestigious The Gold Spike Award for her volunteer service. She received the Henry A. Rosso Medal for lifetime achievement in ethical fundraising from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University and in 2016, Kay was named Distinguished Fellow by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). A worldwide lecturer and facilitator, Kay frequently speaks at AFP Chapters and serves on multiple nonprofit boards. Kay lives in San Francisco and is passionate about travel, photography and life.