7 Practical Steps to an Effective Annual Giving Campaign
Thursday, January 24, 2019
7:00am – 9:00am
Vancouver Public Library, 350 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 6B1
*** Please note: NEW EVENT VENUE ***
7:00 - 7:30 am - Registration, breakfast and networking
7:30 - 8:45am - Welcome and Presentation
8:45 - 9:00am - Q & A
Looking to make your next Annual Giving campaign more effective? Whether you are unfamiliar with Annual Giving fundraising, preparing for an upcoming campaign, or work with an established organization and want more ways to optimize your current Annual Giving practices, this presentation minimizes theory to deliver a practical, step-by- step approach to more effective Annual Giving campaigns.
Newer fundraisers can expect to gain the fundamentals of campaign planning, execution, and follow-up, including downloadable resources used in the presentation. Seasoned fundraisers will appreciate discussion on optimization of best practices, including an effective approach to inspiring your campaign team. The goal of this presentation is to provide actionable tips for all who attend, helping inspire greater and greater success in your campaigns to come!
About our expert speaker:
Quentin Fincaryk, MA, CFRE
Quentin Fincaryk (MA, CFRE) is the Director of Annual Giving with Trinity Western University, where he oversees a comprehensive cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship program for Annual Giving prospects and donors. He specializes in data-driven integrated campaigns and foundation grant writing. Prior to TWU, Quentin spent 10 years in Seoul, South Korea where he founded a successful business and a nonprofit school for underprivileged children. During his time overseas, he launched a non-profit society for medical professionals and completed a Master of Arts in Asian Studies. Quentin was the recipient of the 2018 NIO Summit Award for “Outstanding Innovation in Online Fundraising.”
This education session is worth 2 points towards CFRE accreditation or re-certification.
Registration info coming soon!