Why Attend WWIG’s Brown Bag Series on Fundraising
Whether you are fundraising for a non-profit, an event, or a campaign, running an unorganized and unplanned fundraising operation is a recipe for stress, headaches, and ultimately…financial ruin.
How do you avoid this fate? A well-organized fundraising plan will focus your efforts, map your fundraising calendar, and develop meaningful benchmarks to let you and your organization know you are on track to success.
- Forming Your Plan – Keep it strategic
- The Anatomy of a Fundraising Plan – Goals, tactics, and more
- Assessing the Plan – There’s more to measure than just the dollars
- Signs of a Good Plan – Write, refine, repeat
- Don’t be afraid of the ask
About: Jenni joined the Madison Public Library Foundation as Executive Director in December of 2010. From 2007-2010 she served as Director of Development and External Relations for the Madison Children’s Museum.
Bring your lunch! Beverages will be available for purchase at Revel
About: The last sprinkle donut. Confetti in your hair. Big, bold polka dots. Buying flowers – just because.
They’ve always loved themed parties, pretty décor, and messy DIY projects, and finally have found a way to turn them into a full time job with Revel! They believe that bright color and joyful celebrations are a necessity in life, and that everyone needs more excuses to gather with friends and have a little fun. Revel’s mission is to curate creative workshops and unique experiences that bring people together to create, celebrate, and be inspired.
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