Course at a Glance

Date:
March 16 to April 11
Location:
ONLINE
Cost:
$275

Tools for Big Gifts (.5 unit credit)

24597/24602

With Beth Bray

Gain the "toolbox" which contains information and instruction on methods to develop prospects and donors for the large gifts -- those that can make a critical difference in the operations and programs of nonprofit organizations. Participants will understand the principles of capital campaigns and planned giving; practice asking techniques; and gain assessment strategies to be able to analyze their organization’s fundraising programs.

Mon., March 16-Sat., April 11

This is an online course. You may access it at any time after midnight on the start date.

$275 includes 0.5 unit of credit, Class #: 24597/24602

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Melissa Hooven

Melissa has over 15 years of professional fundraising experience and is the current Director of Fund Development for Vector Rehabilitation, Inc. and a Fundraising Consultant for the RCAA Youth Service Bureau in Eureka, Calif. Her experience ranges from small grassroots fundraising efforts to large, complex organizations such as the University of California San Francisco Foundation. Melissa is a board member of the Community Health Alliance, Friends of the Trinidad Library and the facilitator of a regional Development Director's Roundtable.