What would it look like to have an ever-increasing stream of major donors who love your mission? Join us for a free seminar on how to create sustainable funding for your nonprofit.
Educational: Learn a system for fundraising you can start to implement right away.
Sustainable: Learn to get your organization off the annual fundraising treadmill forever.
Financial Results: In the first year, our groups raise an average of $200,000 in gifts and pledges.
By the end of this session, you will have learned:
- A tested system to identify and cultivate donors who love your mission—donors who will give for operations, capital, and endowment
- How to engage your community in your organization’s mission and to inspire giving
- How to get started right away to implement mission-focused, permission-based fundraising
Who should attend: Designed for key organizational leadership, including board members, executive director or CEO, development staff, and volunteers.
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Contact us today to learn how the Benevon fundraising model can help you engage committed lifelong donors and develop an effective major gifts program.
"Benevon is not an overnight solution to fundraising. It is a process/culture/mindset change that when put in place will bring sustainable growth well into the future of our organization.”
Penny Robinson, Board Member/Volunteer
Toni and Trish House for the Care of the Terminally Ill
"I think we are really lucky to have found [Benevon]. We give our residents a real wonderful place to live, and [Benevon] is helping us do that. We are able to provide a much better quality of life than we could with only our federal/state funding to rely on.”
Tamy Metzger, Director Community Relations
The Volunteer Services Council for Brenham State School
"I love the relationship approach to sustaining our outreach to the community.
A softer, gentler approach to fundraising.”
Pat Berryman, Chairman of the Board
Round Rock, Texas