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    September 22, 2023

    Training Overview

    See how easily you can get donors’ attention. Discover 10 quick and easy ways to get donors’ attention (and funds).

    The number of nonprofits in the U.S. is increasing every year, now topping 1.5 million. When you’re a nonprofit leader, the task of getting prospective donors to notice your organization among the many good causes can be overwhelming.

    There are simple, proven, replicable ways of cutting through the noise and eliciting involvement and donations. Your nonprofit does not need to be invisible. Kick the new fiscal year off right by getting the donors you need.

    • How does winning donors’ attention differ from for-profit marketing?
    • Why do most nonprofits fail to get donors’ attention?
    • What kinds of donors are most organizations overlooking?
    • What specific steps should you follow to get donors’ attention?
    • How can you turn your prospective donor database into a fundraising factory?
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    Who Should Attend?
    • Chief executives
    • Executive directors
    • Board members
    • Legal counsel
    • Senior management
    • Development staff
    • Fundraising professionals
    • Donor relations managers
    • Marketing managers
    • Program directors
    • Communications managers
    What's included
    Training includes
    • Certificate of Attendance
    • All resources and training materials

    Expert Presenter

    Derik Timmerman
    • Founder of Sparrow Nonprofit Solutions
    • Former management consultant at McKinsey & Company
    • Served as a US Army Intelligence Officer with two combat deployments
    • Successfully raised over $3 million in funds
    • Board member at numerous nonprofits
    • Served as an Executive Pastor
    • Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE)
    • Derik graduated in the top 10% of his West Point class
    • Masters in Divinity from Liberty University
    • In the dissertation phase of a PhD in Philosophy of Religion from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary