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Developing Campaigns and Working with Consultants

In this course, various fund development campaigns and strategies will be explored; students will understand the differences between construction, renovation, equipment, program development and endowment as gift objectives. The phases of a campaign will be reviewed along with background on committee structures, goal-setting, leadership, timing and gift tables. The role of fund raising counsel will be explored. Participants will have an understanding of campaigns as important, episodic exercises for nonprofit agencies.


Thursday, Jun 15 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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Price: $280
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University of Missouri - Kansas City
Bloch Heritage Hall
5110 Cherry St., Room 4
Kansas City, MO 64110


For more information contact:
Mark Culver
Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership
(816) 235-5720

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