Deadline: November 15, 2012
Open to: Fundraisers from all countries who want to build their fundraising capacity, executive directors/NGO managers who are responsible for donor relations and individuals who want to develop their professional skills
Venue: The course will be delivered entirely through the internet from 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM GMT
Conducting research on prospective institutional donors can be an overwhelming process and many NGOs don’t know where to start. This webinar will discuss some basic approaches to effective donor research methods. A key focus will be on how to use a variety of free internet tools to identify new international donors for your NGO.
- Join a live 90 minute on-line training session
- Pose questions and receive immediate answers from the trainer
- Discover effective techniques that can immediately improve your fundraising
And receive absolutely free:
- A great downloadable resource guide or useful handouts
- On-line access to the webinar training video
- Follow-up support from the trainer
- Discounts on future webinars and publications
This course is ideally suited to fundraisers from all countries who want to build their fundraising capacity, executive directors/NGO managers who are responsible for donor relations, and, individuals who want to develop their professional skills and effectiveness.
- Whose responsibility is fundraising?
- How to evaluate your current board?
- What can board members do to help with fundraising?
- Board Giving—Is it the three G’s?
- Motivating your board
The course will be delivered entirely through the internet. You only need to have a computer, high-speed internet connection and a headphone. Participants from any part of the world can attend it. Even if you miss attending the live webinar, there will always be an option for you to watch the recording webinar on your computer and access the related materials.
The course will consist of a 60 minute presentation where you will see the slides and hear the trainer, followed by a 30 minute Q&A session during which your questions will be answered by the trainer in real time.
This course is supported by extensive additional materials for participants to use after the course, including access to the webinar presentation, webinar slides, and training materials.
Meghan Arakelian is a Program Associate at Philantropia Inc. and is an experienced international fundraiser and researcher. She is especially skilled in conducting prospect research of international institutional donors. She has helped organize and led components of fundraising trainings in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America.
How to register
Complete information about registration can be found here. Please note, that the registration fee is US $70 for developed countries (list of them is here) and US $50 for developing countries (rest of the world).