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This session guides participants through the essentials of successful fundraising, focusing on the creation of an annual fundraising plan tailored to their organizational mission and financial goals. From understanding segmented
This session guides participants through the essentials of successful fundraising, focusing on the creation of an annual fundraising plan tailored to their organizational mission and financial goals. From understanding segmented strategies for donor groups to exploring a diversified revenue stream, attendees will gain practical insights and hands-on experience. Whether new to fundraising or aiming to refine existing strategies, this workshop provides a comprehensive roadmap for success, ensuring organizations can confidently navigate the details of annual fundraising with strategic precision.
- Understanding the basics of fundraising planning
- Learn how to establish fundraising goals
- Understand the financial aspects of fundraising
Brad Edmondson, meet the guy who wants your money. That’s what everyone thinks we do, right? Over 19 years in fundraising, corporate sales, and marketing in higher education, health care, and professional sports, I have been rejected more than my junior prom (I went to a large high school). However, I have learned from my experiences and found great successes, even finding a date for that junior prom! My goal is to share those experiences with you to help your organization grow and thrive. I also want to learn from your organization as I strive to continue to grow every day in finding new ways to do what we do effectively.
(Tuesday) 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
No matter the size of your organization, there should be established procedures and controls in place to ensure the organization’s resources are being used properly. Not only can internal controls
No matter the size of your organization, there should be established procedures and controls in place to ensure the organization’s resources are being used properly. Not only can internal controls mitigate fraud and errors, but they can also help improve the efficiency of operations. Join us as we discuss specific examples that all organizations can implement.
- Develop an understanding of the significance of procedures and controls in nonprofit accounting
- Learn about best practices for managing bank accounts, receipts, disbursements and more
Carrie Minnich is a partner with DWD (Dulin, Ward & DeWald, Inc.) in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She leads the Nonprofit Services Team, who provides assurance and tax services, as well as consulting and board training to nonprofit organizations.
Carrie graduated from Manchester College (now University) with a Bachelors degree in Financial Accounting (cum laude) and a Master of Accountancy. After graduation, she worked for CPA firm in Indianapolis before moving to Fort Wayne and joining DWD in 2004. Carrie has served on various nonprofit boards and committees and is the current chair of the Indiana CPA Society. She resides in Fort Wayne, with her husband, John, and in her free time enjoys running and walking on the Fort Wayne trail system.
(Tuesday) 9:00 am - 11:00 am