Each webinar in the Fundraising Tools Series is designed with two educational parts. The total time for part one and part two is around 3 hours.
Part One – Prior to the “live” session, participants will be provided access to a pre-recorded video lecture that covers the core content of the webinar topic. Participants will view this recording on their own prior to part two of the webinar. The recorded sessions are around 1 to 2 hours in length.
Part Two – Participants will attend a pre-scheduled interactive “live” session, via Zoom, with the instructor to discuss the content covered in the pre-recorded session and continue to expand their knowledge of the webinar’s learning objectives.
Each Fundraising Tools Series webinar is $50.
Series Topics include:
Part One – The pre-recorded lecture is an introduction to nonprofits and civil society, the history of fundraising, and the history of nonprofits. It will cover the following topics: Overview of Philanthropy and Fundraising, Philosophy of Fundraising, and History of Fundraising. (Video recording – 1 hour 42 minutes)
Part Two – On June 9, 2022 (10:30AM-Noon) The "live" Zoom session is a basic orientation of the nonprofit sector and will cover National Fundraising Trends, Kansas City Fundraising Trends and Why don’t people give money and time?. The instructor will also give some basics around fundraising and fundraising structure: Donor Pyramid, Moves Management, and the Roles of Staff and Board in Fundraising. (Live session – 1 hour 30 minutes)
Part One – The pre-recorded lecture will focus on organizing for fundraising and will cover the following topics: Purpose Driven Fundraising, The Fundraising Cycle and Donor Advised Funds. (Video recording – 1 hour 18 minutes)
Part Two – On June 9, 2022 (1:00PM – 2:30PM) The “live” Zoom session includes: Leadership and Fundraising, Constituency: Changing Demographics and Fundraising, and Stewardship and Donor Recognition. (Live session – 1 hour 30 minutes)
Part One – The pre-recorded lecture will focus on prospect research and will cover the following topics: Overview of Prospect Research and Proposal Writing, How to Conduct Prospect Research on Foundations, and How to Conduct Prospect Research on Individuals. (Video recording – 1 hour 17 minutes)
Part Two – June 16, 2022 (1:00 PM – 2:30 PM) The “live” Zoom session will include: Searches for Foundation Funders and Searches for Individual Funders. (Live session – 1 hour
Part One – The pre-recorded lecture will focus on proposal writing and will cover the following topics: The Proposal Writing Process, The Inquiry Letter, The Components of the Master Proposal, and Red Flags and Tips on Proposal Writing. (Video recording – 1 hour 29 minutes)
Part Two – On June 17, 2022 (1:00 PM – 2:30 PM) The “live” session will include a discussion on what was covered in the recorded lecture, a review of what a real proposal looks like, and talk about some of the ins and outs of what foundations are like and other things you will want to give some thought to as you begin to write proposals. (Live session – 1 hour 30 minutes)