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Beyond the Buck: Transformative Practices in Individual Fundraising

  • March 17, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Philadelphia, PA

This program is part of the Regional Foundation Center's Diversify Your Funding Series.

How does your organization identify and engage potential donors? What about connecting with existing donors? Do your processes feel a little stale? Forced? Awkward?

In "Beyond the Buck," we'll identify best practices in growing and sustaining a robust individual giving program for your organization. Get ready for a hands-on, reflective two hours, when we'll explore our own relationships to fundraising (and giving!) and practice making asks. Note: This workshop will be most helpful for organizations that already have at least some (however small) individual giving program, as it is focused more on how to grow that program rather than early-on prospect research.

This program is presented by Emily Wyner. Emily is a skilled facilitator who finds joy and meaning in building capacity with and within nonprofits, co-ops, and community organizing groups. She is the founding partner of Philadelphia-based consultancy Humblebee, the Co-op Development Administrator at Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance, and an adjunct faculty member at Temple University, where she teaches courses in community development and nonprofit management. Emily is also a trained improviser and board member with the South Philly Food Co-op, a start-up community-owned grocery store in the neighborhood she is proud to call home.

Advance registration is required as space is limited. Please register online here.

 The Arsht-Cannon Fund

DEADLINE: The pre-proposal form must be submitted by March 15.

Grants to Delaware nonprofit organizations for a broad range of educational programs and projects that benefit the Latinx community. Funding is intended to increase opportunities and promote success for the state's Latinx communities as well as the organizations that serve them.

Programs funded include:

  • Language Learning and Family Literacy
  • Pre-K through College Preparation and Career Planning
  • Arts and Culture Education
  • Health Supports to Learning
  • Educational Advocacy
  • Community Collaborative Partnerships

The Foundation's work is focused on partnering with Delaware’s Latinx communities and the organizations that serve them to:

  • Promote success and life-changing opportunities
  • Increase access to culturally- and linguistically relevant programs
  • Support trust, integration and empowerment

For more information on funded programs, see:

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Wilmington, DE 19801

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