With Sarah Nunez
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 15-Sat., April 10, 2021
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 #: 23947/24042 (credit)
A graduate of The Fundraising School at Indianapolis & Purdue Universities, Sarah has extensive experience in marketing, volunteer management and annual fundraising. She has lead numerous special event programs from inception to implementation. Her work with volunteers dates back to high school where she was recognized as an outstanding volunteer and attended America's Promise in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a youth delegate. Her volunteerism included working to incorporate schools and youth into the Volunteers of the Redwoods. Sarah worked as an assistant consultant for two years with Guiamar F. Hiegert & Associates, a consulting firm for nonprofit organizations. She has also been involved as a volunteer fundraiser for numerous nonprofit associations in the Humboldt County area, most recently for the National Autism Foundation's local event. She is mother to two children and lives with her husband, Ray, in Eureka, Calif.