Campbell & Company - Events

Mar

23

Event: AFP SEWI March 2017 Educational Luncheon

Your boldest ideas and your biggest gifts almost always depend on the leadership of your board, so how can you make the most of your board members' passion and capabilities? During this session, we'll introduce "archetypes" to help you engage each board member individually; we'll talk about tools to support board members in their vital fundraising roles; and we'll learn from each other's stories and experiences—so bring yours!

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Mar

29

Event: Gear Up for Big Time Fundraising: Foundation Asset Management to Fundraising

Tim Seydel and Tom Wilson discuss Eastern's first-ever comprehensive campaign and the transitions that had to be made with the EOU Foundation Board, faculty and presidents (yes, there were several). Seydel and Wilson discuss how the foundation was transformed and how options for future foundation growth were incorporated. Eastern Oregon University President Tom Insko, who previously served as executive director of EOU's Foundation, joins through video conferencing.

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Apr

3

Event: Emerging Trends in Fundraising

Monday, April 3, 1:00 - 2:15 pm

In this session, we will identify and discuss emerging trends in philanthropy and how they can inform the planning and strategy of your development efforts.  Utilizing data from sources including Giving USA, Blackbaud, and the Bank of America High Net Worth Individual study, we will highlight trends such as mega donors, social donors, legacy donors, big data and others. Jeff will be joined by a board member/philanthropist and a nonprofit leader from the Kansas City area to inform the discussion through interviews and a Q&A with the audience.

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Apr

30

Event: So You Want to Be a CEO?

The “route up” from CDO to CEO is fast becoming the road more travelled. But what does it take for the CDO to ascend to an organization’s top job, and what are the experiences, skill set and path necessary to do so?

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Apr

30

Event: Beyond Best Practices - How Seattle Symphony Redefined Campaign Process to Exceed Goals

Sometimes you fly the plane—and highly—before you even build it.

What do you do when you need to raise capital—but feasibility studies say you are not ready?  For Seattle Symphony, the process was anything but traditional, and led to an unorthodox approach that was well underway—and yielding major gifts—before formal campaign preparation had even begun.

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May

10

Webinar: Fundraising Communications 4: Fundraising Materials that Work 2017

Cost: Free!

Our Fundraising Communications series is our core communications curriculum for nonprofit leaders, fundraisers and communicators.  In five sessions, we provide concepts, examples, tools and tricks for communicating effectively with donors and volunteers—from foundational ideas to finished materials.

About this webinar:
What kinds of materials and resources will help your leaders, staff and volunteers walk into donor conversations with confidence and communicate your message powerfully?

In the fourth webinar of our Fundraising Communication series we will guide you through communicating visually and verbally across media and formats ranging from traditional print brochures to interactive iPad toolkits.

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Jul

12

Webinar: Fundraising Communications 5: Campaign Case Development and Communications 2017

Cost: Free!

Our Fundraising Communications series is our core communications curriculum for nonprofit leaders, fundraisers and communicators.  In five sessions, we provide concepts, examples, tools and tricks for communicating effectively with donors and volunteers—from foundational ideas to finished materials.

About this webinar: 
A major campaign is more than just a fundraising strategy—it’s a statement about the future of your mission.

That’s why defining and communicating your campaign case for support is so important. A powerful case drives every other aspect of your campaign strategy—attracting the strongest volunteers, inspiring unprecedented gifts and fueling the hard work of your staff.  It also represents one of the most significant challenges in preparing for a campaign.

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Aug

25

Event: 2015 RMHC International Conference

Does your Chapter’s strategic plan include new program development or program expansion in the next few years?  Will your team carry out a capital campaign to raise the necessary funds?  Or are you already in the early planning stages of a campaign?  If so, you will want to join us at the 2015 RMHC International Conference, during which the team from Campbell & Company will share best practices to help your Chapter move from strategic planning to campaign planning, make the final decision to move forward with a campaign and implement a campaign.  Campbell & Company has helped to build fundraising programs for thousands of nonprofit organizations over the last 38 years, including RMHC Global and local Chapters.

Note:  This session was offered via RMHC webinar in May 2015.

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Sep

16

Webinar: Fundraising Communications 1: Defining Your Case for Support

This webinar has passed.

Our Fundraising Communications series is our core communications curriculum for nonprofit leaders, fundraisers and communicators.  In four sessions, we provide concepts, examples, tools and tricks for communicating effectively with donors and volunteers—from foundational ideas to finished materials.

About this webinar:
Successful fundraising communications begin with a strong case for support—yet many organizations struggle with case development. As the first webinar in our Fundraising Communications series, “Your Case for Support” will demystify this important but challenging concept and give your organization a simple, clear and focused way forward.

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Jun

14

Event: Giving USA 2016 Chicago

On Tuesday, June 14, Giving USA’s Annual Report on Philanthropy, the longest-running and most comprehensive report on charitable giving in the United States will be released to the public. 

Campbell & Company will present the report's findings during a panel discussion on Tuesday, June 14 at 7:30 a.m., at co-sponsor Loyola University's Water Tower Campus. 

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