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Maximizing Fundraising with Minimum Capacity
Office Nomads
Seattle, WA
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Wednesday Jul 31, 2013 6:30 PM - Wednesday Jul 31, 2013 8:30 PM | $35.00 - $95.00


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Maximizing Fundraising with Minimum Capacity
Are you intimidated by the thought of trying to fundraise for your art, or frustrated with your current attempts to do so? You're not alone. Fundraising to support your art can be a daunting process. But it's no longer just an option  it's a must for any group that wants to take their work to the next level. But like most artists or arts organizations, you've already got a ton to do and only a pound of resources to accomplish it with. In this session, you'll hear tips from a professional fundraiser in the arts on choosing and using the right tools and infrastructure, which revenue sources to focus your energy on, identifying and building relationships with potential donors, and key "soft" factors in your fundraising success. Real-life examples from a variety of artists and organizations will be used throughout, and breakout sessions will examine the potential donors you didn't even know you already had.

Bio:
Ariel Glassman is a development consultant and experienced fundraiser specializing in the arts and small to mid-size nonprofit organizations. She has raised funds successfully in both Boston and Seattle for organizations and initiatives in the performing and visual arts (including On the Boards and the Office of Arts & Culture), higher and public education, global health, human and social services, and political and international advocacy, as well as for individual performing artists. Ariel has held a variety of fundraising roles, and her areas of expertise include annual giving and direct mail; major gifts; event planning; grants and institutional fundraising; board and volunteer management; and development operations analysis. She is passionate about mentoring young development staff into the field of fundraising.

Location

Office Nomads (View)
1617 Boylston Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
United States


Categories

Education > Workshops

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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