How to Create a 12-Month Fundraising Plan Lunch & Learn – Workshop Full

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Update: This workshop is currently sold out. Please check out our programming in our Events Calendar for other opportunities.

How to Create a 12-Month Fundraising Plan, Delight Your Donors and Dramatically Increase Revenue

Does your nonprofit need to achieve sustainable revenue by diversifying and growing your funding base?  Then you’ll want to attend this workshop, which will be led by Rachel Ramjattan, CFRE of Network for Good.

You’ll learn the infrastructure you need to grow revenues: a right-sized 12-month plan for individuals, corporations, and private funders; donor-centric online giving solutions, effective ways to engage donors, and resources to help you increase your fundraising capacity.

This “nuts and bolts” session is designed for nonprofit professionals ready to raise serious money!  You’ll receive tools to implement what you learn right away: a 12-month fundraising plan template based on your giving data to help you set realistic fundraising goals, and a list of tools to simplify and automate your work.

The workshop fee is $25 and will take place in our space located at 6568 Woodward Ave. Detroit, MI 48202.

Lunch will be provided.

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Rachel Ramjattan, CFRE

Rachel is the best-selling author of No More Duct Tape Fundraising: A Nonprofit Leader’s Guide to Becoming an Inspirational Fundraiser. She is a national fundraiser and master trainer with 25+ years of experience managing nonprofit technology, fundraising, development, and communications for nonprofits of many missions, budgets, and staffing structures.  An expert coach, she is accustomed to juggling the many roles of a “Chief Everything Officer” to raise money, not expenses.

Co-founder of a small nonprofit and the lead fundraiser in a one-person development shop for many years, Rachel understands the challenges of fundraising in small organizations. She has achieved massive increases in revenue and donor retention rates for customers by implementing winning donor stewardship practices powered by right-sized technology.

In her role as National Program Director for Impact & Sustainability at Network for Good Rachel is responsible for empowering nonprofits to develop diversified and sustainable streams of revenue for their missions through partnerships with more than 200 foundations.

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