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Eastern Region

United Way of Delaware County
400 North High Street, Suite 300
P. O. Box 968
Muncie, IN 47308-0968
Lesley Devine
765-288-5586 Ext. 228
FAX 765-288-5588
east@inrn.org

Featured Workshops

Two-Part Fundraising Series

Session 1: Planning, Organizing, and Promoting Special Events

It seems every organization today is trying to use the same type of special events to further the mission of their nonprofit organization. This session will be dedicated to exploring how you can create mission-based events for your agency. Learn about properly planning, organizing, and promoting every event.

Session 2: Creating a Realistic Development Plan for Your Nonprofit Organization

With a multitude of media and information available to nonprofits on fundraising advice, organizations can be more overwhelmed than ever on deciding where to begin. Whether you are new to fundraising or have experience in the field and are seeking a fresh approach to planning for your resource development endeavors, this workshop will focus on practical strategies and tactical steps for creating a viable fundraising plan. Learn about:

Building a Strong Board and the Board's Role in Fundraising

Is simply having a board that can function a pipe dream? In this session, learn the top governance mistakes, how to avoid them, and what to do to correct them. Participants will understand basic board roles and responsibilities, appropriate board size and structure, and the proper ways to recruit, orient, and evaluate all board members. Plus, learn simple strategies and information you will need to move your board forward.

Is fundraising a challenge for your organization? Based on the BoardSource book Fearless Fundraising for Nonprofit Boards, authored by Dave Sternberg and on the BoardSource best seller list, this training also describes the important steps to take on how to transition your entire board into a functioning fundraising body.

Decatur Series

Telling Your Story

During this workshop, learn how to use the limited time and resources you do have to get to the heart of the matter when talking to others, including funders, about the work of your agency.

Generational Giving

There is a great generational shift occurring in the US affecting jobs, families, and philanthropy. Today, there are five generations of donors. How do you cater to all of their unique wants and needs?

Organizations find it difficult to find ways to approach each generation of donors; they either apply one-size-fits-all tactics or only focus on one or two generations. Despite what you may have heard, donors from all generations have many things in common.

There are no silver bullets, but in this session you will learn:

Richmond Series (final session)

Board's Role and Responsibilities

 

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