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Webinar Watch Parties

Join your AFP Northeast Wisconsin colleagues at a Webinar Watch Party. You will have the opportunity to learn from industry leaders and then discuss how you can apply to your own organizations.  This webinars are approved for 1.0 CFRE credit.  Bring your lunch and enjoy learning and networking!

Thursday, May 11

Making Each Rung Count: How to Build a Donor Ladder that Goes from Annual Gift to Ultimate Gift

Presenters: Michael Delzotti, CFRE and Christopher Kasavich, MBA, CFRE

In an increasingly competitive fundraising world, how do you find, cultivate and grow donors to advance your mission? In this session we will define and delineate the best way to construct each rung so that you may build a successful and holistic fund development program - one that moves the needle for your institution and your donors; producing ultimate gifts and increasing life-time value. This session is set at the beginner/intermediate experience level and is aimed at small to medium-sized shops.

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Wednesday, September 13

Five Simple Strategies to Boost Donor Retention

Presenters: Shanon Doolittle

Do you ever feel like you're on a fundraising treadmill? That you're constantly looking for new donors because you aren't keeping the ones you already have? Then you may need to change your stewardship approach. Because taking good care of donors, listening to and respecting them, is how you'll raise more money (and get off that pesky treadmill). It's as simple as transforming how you thank donors, how you share the impact of their giving, and how to keep them delightfully engaged with your cause. Learn how during this webinar with Shanon Doolittle and leave with actionable steps you can take now to start building more gratifying, long-term relationships with your donors.

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NEW! Wednesday, October 18 

Central WI Watch Party - Five Simple Strategies to Boost Donor Retention

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