Workshop Descriptions

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Benevon 201: Cultivating Individual Donors

After your first year's success, your organization will likely be eager to move on to a more complete implementation of each component of the model. This two-day intermediate workshop refines each aspect of the plan you designed in Benevon 101, with a focus on:

  • Cultivating donor relationships
  • Refining your Point of Entry Event
  • Asking one-on-one
  • Engaging your board

Benevon 201 is designed to more deeply integrate each component of the model into the long-term, daily life of your organization.

This full-year program includes a two-day workshop and five hours of private telephone coaching for your team.

Prerequisites: Benevon 101, registration in the Sustainable Funding Program, and meet Curriculum Benchmarks. (Requires Adobe Reader.)

Register for a Benevon 201 workshop.


Benevon 301: Major Gifts—Moving Toward Sustainability

Now into your third or fourth year of using the model, your group will be ready to:

  • Systematically cultivate your major donors, often for a formal capital or major gifts campaign
  • See the power of the model to develop a reserve fund or an endowment fund over the next five years

This full-year program includes a two-day workshop and five hours of private telephone coaching for your team.

Prerequisites: Benevon 201, registration in the Sustainable Funding Program, and meet Curriculum Benchmarks. (Requires Adobe Reader.)

Register for a Benevon 301 workshop.


Benevon Advanced Sustainability Workshop

Having experienced impressive results from major gifts, your group will now see that sustainable funding is within your reach.

Each group's needs are different at this point in the process. Your organization may be ready to focus your individual funding needs in any of these areas:

  • Unrestricted operational funds
  • Major gifts
  • Capital
  • Endowment

In the highly hands-on Advanced Sustainability Workshop, coaches work closely with your group to customize the next level of implementation, focusing on specific financial benchmarks.

This full-year program includes a two-day workshop and five hours of private telephone coaching for your team.

Prerequisites: Benevon 301, registration in the Sustainable Funding Program, and meet Curriculum Benchmarks. (Requires Adobe Reader.)

Register for a Benevon Advanced Sustainability Workshop.


Benevon New Team Member Intensive

This rigorous, two-hour, live online class provides the essential nuts and bolts of the Benevon Model for new individual team members. After completing this workshop, your new team members will be ready to join your team and actively participate in your organization's current Benevon plan for non profit sustainability. Unlike the full two-day Benevon 101 Workshop, this two-hour, live online session does not include customizing a new plan for each organization.

Participants will learn the key components of the model, including:

  • Point of Entry and Point of Entry Conversion Events
  • Essential Story
  • Treasure Map
  • Ask Event Plan
  • The Cultivation Superhighway
  • Asking Naturally
  • Free Feel-Good Cultivation Events

Prerequisites:

  • The Benevon New Team Member Intensive is available only to team members from organizations that are enrolled in the Sustainable Funding Program or for anyone in the 101 coaching cycle.
  • In order to get the most out of the New Team Member Intensive, it is required that all participants watch the fifty-five minute video, Creating Sustainable Funding for Your Nonprofit Recorded Seminar.

2014 Tuition: If your organization is participating in the Sustainable Funding Program, tuition for up to fifteen new team members to participate in the New Team Member Intensive non profit training is included in your Sustainable Funding Program tuition. For participants not in the Sustainable Funding Program, tuition for the Benevon New Team Member Intensive is $495 per person.

Register for a Benevon New Team Member Intensive.


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