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Pam Havens, Director of Donor Relations, Hamilton College
Six Steps to Success
Tuesday, January 22, 2013 Learn six steps that are the core to success. This session is a must for newcomers to the profession or as a refresher for the seasoned donor relations and stewardship professionals. Learn how to set priorities and realistic goals as well as how to position your office as the go-to place for creative and effective solutions. Brianna Clementz, Alumni Relations Coordinator, Columbia University; Shannon Riffe, Online Marketing Strategist; and Melissa Cox, Associate Director of Development Services, University of Michigan
Electronic Media for Scholarship Stewardship Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Join this session to learn how to use electronic media to improve manual processes, generate excitement about events and share donor and student stories.
Derrick Feldman, CEO, Achieve
Stewardship for Millennial Donors Thursday, March 21, 2013
Engage Millennial donors (ages 20-30) and ensure that stewardship and peer engagement methods are appropriate and effective. Allison Lewis Lodhi, Vice President, Consulting, Pursuant Ketchum
Secrets We Keep From Our Donors Thursday, April 25, 2013
An investment in caring up front is the way to achieve exceptional stewardship for all. Uncover the secrets we keep from our donors and create lifelong friends.
Jeff Muller, Director of Donor Communications and Stewardship, World Wildlife Fund
Communicating for Success Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Join this session to learn the three key elements of successful communication in order to elevate your program and strengthen engagement. Anne Manner-McLarty, President and Lead Consultant, Heurista; Christine Kruman, Director of Major & Planned Gifts, Conservancy of Southwest Florida
Crafting a Request for Proposal for Donor Recognition Thursday, June 27, 2013
Learn how these two presenters successfully managed donor recognition needs during a major renovation and translate their experience into one that can help your organization.
Kathy Duff, Associate Vice Chancellor, UC San Diego
Building an Attitude of Gratitude Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Participate in a guided discussion of the basic steps needed to create a culture of stewardship. Align your activities with key allies at your institution and help ensure that stewardship is an anchor of your program. Kay Coughlin, Major Gift Officer, Capital University; Lisa Honan, Assistant Dean for Development, Maxwell School at Syracuse University
Everything I Need to Know About Fundraising Success, I Learned in Donor Relations Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Join donor relations-turned-fundraising staff to discuss specific donor relations tools that anyone can use to increase donor satisfaction.
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Roger Craver, Editor of The Agitator; Kevin Schulman, the CEO of DonorVoice
Developing a Plan to Boost Donor Commitment and Retention
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
“Donor Commitment” and “Retention” are not some soft and fuzzy concepts. Empirical, math-based research reveals how donors think and feel. There’s a proven, empirical way to improve donor commitment. Kevin Schulman, the CEO of DonorVoice, and Roger Craver, Editor of The Agitator, will outline proven best practices in this session. Brian Kish, Vice President for Development at University of Arizona Foundation
Revamping Your Gift Clubs: Hard Choices for the Right Reasons Thursday, October 24, 2013
Making changes to giving clubs is never easy, but is often necessary. By the end of this fast-paced presentation, participants should have additional knowledge in helping their institutions develop best practices, avoid pitfalls, and maximize results when revamping gift clubs. Ashleigh Manktelow, Donor Engagement Officer; Ayesha Mayan, Donor Relations, McGill University
Donors Are Prospects, Too
Tuesday, November 19, 2013 With good stewardship, repeat gifts will follow and contribute substantively to building investments in our institutions. Learn how to integrate stewardship and cultivation efforts in strategic ways in order to better engage donors at all levels. Maggie Brennan, Donor Relations Officer, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Engage, Empower, Excite: How to Connect Your Donors to Grateful Patients Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Learn how to plan and implement a program for patients and families that creates opportunity for them to inspire, raise awareness, and volunteer. We will discover ways in which you can encourage and empower your donors to grow closer to your mission and vision. Further details and registration available online at www.adrp.net
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