CharityChannel's Masters of Fundraising Summit™
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In Major Gift Fundraising for Small Shops: How to Leverage Your Annual Fund in Only Five Hours per Week, Amy Eisenstein guides you, in only five hours a week, to safely and surely meet the challenges of getting your organization ready for major gift fundraising, all the way up to that all-important ask—and beyond.
Does your nonprofit organization need serious help with its approach to fundraising? If you are a board member or professional staff member working for a nonprofit and want to raise more money for your organization, you’ve come to the right place.
Your organization has a small or nonexistent development shop. You want to raise more money, but are stuck or unsure how to do so. You want to be motivated and reenergized about fundraising, but lack an action plan to get you going. If this describes you, then 50 Asks in 50 Weeks: A Guide to Better Fundraising for Your Small Development Shop — Second Edition is for you!"
Stephen C. Nill, JD
Stephen Nill, JD, founded CharityChannel in 1992 as a means of connecting his nonprofit hospital chain's fund development staff over the Internet to their colleagues at other organizations. That first discussion community grew into what is today the oldest and largest community of third-sector professionals in the world, comprised of well over 100,000 participants worldwide.
Steve, an attorney, has been working in the US and international third sectors for four decades. He has served as the Chief Development Officer at a major Southern California university, as CEO of a large healthcare foundation, a Senior Vice-President of Fund Development of a US west-coast nonprofit hospital chain, as a founder and acting director of development of a parochial school in his community, and as a founder of an organization dedicated to providing food and clothing for homeless persons in Southern California.
In his work as a lawyer and consultant, he has raised over $150 million and the programs he has established have raised considerably more. He has taught advanced estate planning and planned giving techniques to lawyers as part of the California State Bar MCLE program.
Steve has published eighty+ books, a substantial number of which are on fundraising.