FREE for KNN members and potential members
Offered online through Washington Nonprofits.
As a follow-up to Washington Nonprofit's earlier webinar, Coronavirus: What am I supposed to do about my fundraising event?, we will share additional thoughts about how you can adjust your fundraising this spring given the challenges coronavirus presents.
We will share ideas, but we will also be looking to you to share your ideas and strategies with your colleagues. What are your experiences to date with cancellation of events, shifts to online strategies, or other substitute fundraising strategies you are already employing? What is the outlook for fundraising into the future, and how will this change how we do our development work?
Space is limited, and this is a topic in high demand and need for nonprofits organizations across the country. Please plan on attending if you register, or contact Washington Nonprofits as soon as possible if you need to cancel your registration.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Rebecca brings more than 20 years of experience building and stewarding strategic donor partnerships. Rebecca is a Partner and Vice President with the Ostara Group a philanthropic consulting firm working to build fundraising skills, organizational capacity, and effective leadership in the nonprofit sector. Prior to Ostara, she served in high-level development roles for organizations like the Pacific Science Center and the Washington State University Foundation. Rebecca has a deep understanding of everything from the planning, building and managing a diverse and successful major gift and capital campaign to implementing a realistic and focused strategic plan. Rebecca graduated from Washington State University with a BA in organizational communication and holds a MEd in higher education administration from the University of Idaho. She completed her Certificate in Fund Raising Management (CFRM) from the Indiana University School of Philanthropy and has consulted with non-profits on their fundraising strategies including generational giving, social media and volunteer management programs. Participating in community is an important value of Rebecca's work. She is a past President of Northwest Development Officers Association (NDOA), now AFP – Advancement Northwest, the largest professional association of fundraisers in Washington State. Recently Rebecca joined the faculty at Seattle University in the Master in Nonprofit Leadership program. She is a graduate of the Leadership Tomorrow program in Seattle, serves on the WSU Foundation Board of Trustees and is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Seattle.