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Fundraising Tools Series – Demystifying Capital Campaigns: Understanding and Preparing for a Capital Campaign

Thursday, December 1 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm • Organized By Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership
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Fundraising Series, General Nonprofit Programs, Seminars
Fundraising

Instructor: Tim Sweeny, Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership and founding partner of Praxis Nonprofit Strategies

This workshop will demystify the process of raising capital by exploring the fundamental steps necessary to prepare for a capital campaign. More specifically, you will: begin to shape your campaign case statements; determine the readiness of your organization to launch a campaign; explore the best campaign form and structure to guide your organization; and identify the primary donor prospects for campaigns.

This webinar has two educational parts to its design:

Part One – Participant will get access to a pre-recorded lecture that will focus on overview of concepts and components of a capital campaigns.
(Video recording – 1 hour 22 minutes)

Part Two – On December 1, 2022 (2:00PM-4:00PM) participants will attend an interactive “live” session, via Zoom, with the instructor. In this session we will discuss additional campaign concepts, practical examination of concepts, and shared conversation and learning.
(Live session – 2 hours)

When
December 1 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Add to my Calendar
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