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Creating a Diversified Fundraising Plan
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This workshop is a requirement for the Certificate in Nonprofit Management.

When: Wednesday, February 13, 2019
9:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Where: Rollins College, Bush Executive Center
SunTrust Parking Garage
150 East Lyman Avenue
Winter Park, Florida  32789
United States

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How diversified is your fundraising? Is most of your funding coming from grants or special events?

Risk and reward. A diversified fundraising plan helps to protect your organization from changes in the funding environment. This workshop will stress the need for a multi-faceted approach to fundraising -- a plan that goes beyond events and grants with an eye toward creating a comprehensive and holistic revenue stream that enhances sustainability.

Participants will analyze different fundraising vehicles and how to maximize each so they provide long-term continual funding from a variety of sources.

You will learn:

  • Why nonprofit organizations need a diversified fundraising plan
  • How to create a diversified fundraising plan
  • How to evaluate your fundraising plan

Cost: $80 members, $160 non-members (Scholarships available)

Instructors: Karen Revels, Sr. Manager of Philanthropy, Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership

Karen Revels is the Senior Manager of Philanthropy at the Edyth Bush Institute overseeing the Annual Philanthropy Conference, symposiums, research projects, and The Donors Forum of Central Florida.  In addition, she oversees the Leadership Certificate and executive transition and advanced fundraising programs and is an instructor for many Institute workshops.    

Karen has more than 17 years of nonprofit management and fundraising experience in roles as Executive Director with The American Cancer Society and the International Fibrodisplaysia Ossificans Progressiva Association; and as Development Director with The Jewish Community Center and the Institute of Internal Auditors. In addition, she currently serves as President of the Lake Eola Charter School PTSA and founded the Howard Middle School Foundation, most recently serving as President; served as a foster parent; and regularly volunteers with Trinity Lutheran School, and First Presbyterian Orlando. 

She was awarded the Women of Distinction Award from the Citrus Council of Girl Scouts, is a graduate of Leadership Orlando Class 69 and Leadership Brevard Class 2005.  She received both a B.S. in Public Administration and Masters of Science in Management from the University of Central Florida.

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