To build a strong individual giving program in your nonprofit, you must invest time in identifying and cultivating new and existing donors. It has been proven over and over again that, when people have an interest in your field of service, their support and loyalty will grow in direct relationship to their connections to you. Making and fostering those connections is what donor cultivation is all about. If you are relatively new to the work of fund development, this session, grounded in Moves Management strategies, will provide you with essential information for success.
Sue Potter, session presenter, is the Director of Resource Development & Communications for Tacoma-Pierce County Habitat for Humanity, a position she has held since January 2010. Prior to that she was Development Officer at the University of Puget Sound for five years.
Taylor Thomason Insurance Conference Room (View)
3401 South 19th St., Suite 200
Tacoma, WA 98405
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