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Adapting to Win: Predicting and Overcoming Obstacles Throughout Your Campaign

Have you ever worked on a really significant campaign where everyone got along the whole time, your opponents played nice, and everything went just according to plan? I’ll bet none […]

Building Capacity Within Campaigns: Tools for Building Leaders and Teams

Our work to protect our families, our communities, and our planet is not a sprint but a marathon. That’s why so many of the most effective and enduring organizations use […]

Getting Things Right from the Start: Picking Good Partners and Strategic Campaigns

We all know we should be partnering more, but with limited resources how do we choose who to work with? Building on the TREC’s community mapping exercise, this webinar will […]

Playing the Long Game: Rethinking Relationships to Build Long-Term Power

This webinar provides an introduction to community power mapping, an alternative to traditional power mapping that allows us to better understand the power dynamics in our community and who has influence. We explore how to understand our strategic position, work as a collective to avoid conflicting environmental goals, and win more campaigns.

The Art of the Ask: Raising all the resources your organization needs

In this webinar, we review the key elements of an individual giving program and demonstrate a variety of approaches to making “a big ask.” We brush up on the basics, show common situations fundraisers face, and even explore some asks that can be more valuable than a big check. Join us for this fun, interactive “what’s happening in the real donor ask world” session with Katie and Trevor.

Donor Communities: Ways to evolve your individual giving program into a community of fundraisers

Many of us may feel like we are alone in raising the resources for our organization, and sometimes it’s because we are. However, many of the most successful giving programs thrive because they engage donors and volunteers in their fundraising work. Join Katie and Trevor to learn some ways to use your existing donor stewardship efforts to identify and recruit volunteer fundraisers.

The Mid-Zone: Deepening the levels of engagement of your mid-level donors

As fundraisers, we may focus much of our time on acquiring new donors and retaining major donors, but what about your mid-level donors? In this interactive session, we will focus on the building blocks of your mid-level donor program. Join Katie and Trevor for this deep dive exploration in “the mid-zone.“

Healthy Networks: Engaging in the Community, Collaborating, and Supporting the Work of Others

Communities are engaged when they play a meaningful role in the decision-making and implementation of programs and services. Join us for a lively panel discussion where our guests share case studies highlighting innovative community engagement strategies and recommendations for leaders looking to move from intention to impact.

Financial Resiliency: Methods for building a financially sustainable organization aligned with your goals

In this webinar, we discuss how to weave together our financial planning with our organizational planning to achieve and sustain our goals. Some of the topics we cover include building reserves, program-based budgeting, program sustainability, scenario planning, and strategic grant budgets.

Thriving in Fundraising in Extraordinary Times

We’re all struggling to feel and stay healthy right now, including our supporters. Fundraising professionals have the burden of ensuring that their organizations are financially healthy, as well, and have […]

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