Learning Lab: Fundraising System Gap Analysis

Start Date and Time: 
Monday, March 4, 2019 - 8:30am to 11:30am
Organization Name: 
Santa Fe Community Foundation
Event Topic: 

Nonprofits are under enormous pressure to purchase costly and complex donor management software, but often this sizeable investment adds little value to bottom-line fundraising. This session reveals the four components of a fundraising system (spoiler alert –only one involves a database) and introduces a useful framework for assessing needs and selecting the highest-impact investments. Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the role of the donor database as one of the components within a robust, integrated fundraising system.
  • Take home a practical framework for assessing current performance and identifying the highest impact improvements.
  • Learn from the experience of peers and presenter practical tips that bridge the gap between current and ideal fundraising system functionality

Audience:  Executive Directors and Directors of Development

Presenter:  Joanna Joslyn’s workshops combine perspective-shifting, high-level overviews with nuts-and-bolts examples so that each participant leaves armed with actionable tips and tricks and ready-to-use templates as well as a deeper understanding of the integrated nature of fundraising systems. She brings to her work as a consultant over 20 years of nonprofit experience across a diversity of industries, budget sizes, and fundraising structures. Joslyn has presented for local, regional, and national conveners, including: AFP Virginia, Winchester, Virginia; CASE-National Association of Independent Schools; Center for Nonprofit Excellence, Charlottesville, Virginia; Maryland Nonprofits, Baltimore, Maryland; and Virginia Fundraising Institute, Richmond, Virginia.

Contact / Reservations
501 Halona St
Santa Fe
New Mexico

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