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Training curriculum guides nonprofit human service organizations through seven, self-paced training modules to help organizations develop their capacity for fundraising
Self-study the Alliance for Children and Families Fund Development Training Manual has been approved for a maximum of 12 Certified Fund Raising Executives (CFRE) credits.
The manual is designed to help nonprofit human-serving organizations build and maximize their philanthropic capacity. A survey of organizations that used this manual found that agencies increased revenue by an average of 40 percent.
The curriculum covers seven modules that include: … more
The Alliance for Children and Families’ Resource Development Community of Practice email group will start an online discussion about membership, including helpful hints, Friday, May 3, as part of its Friday Food for Thought series.
Join this Community of Practice email group to be included in the discussion.
Complement stewardship with prospecting, relationship cultivation
Filling the pipeline of agency supporters is a critical requirement of philanthropic health. We all know the value and importance of stewardship. It pays the highest return on investment. But, the simple reality is that, for human-serving organizations, very few donors become lifetime donors. They relocate to new communities, develop new interests, and pass away. Our nonprofit organizations do not have the same psychological hold on donors that is seen among schools and colleges, hospitals, and faith-based organizations. … more