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Events

Leadership & Fund Raising

May 23, 2017 - May 25, 2017

Email: clergylifelonglearning@gbhem.org
Location: Online Course
Price: $100 (including textbook)
Event Link: Learn More

This 4-hour online course will answer the following questions about fund raising:

    • What are four basic steps to effective fund raising for an organization?
    • What is the role of an organization’s leader in a fund raising effort?
    • How can a leader insure the successful application of these four steps for his/her organization?

Every organization must have financial income to provide for its life and work. Most not-for-profit organizations—schools, churches, etc.—rely on monetary gifts from individuals and groups to support them. Each must find ways to encourage this financial support. The organization’s leader, whether a president, pastor, or director, has primary responsibility for encouraging and facilitating this “fund raising” effort. This course, sponsored by GBHEM and led by Dr. G. Douglass Lewis, will focus on the process of “fund raising,” it’s essential components, and how they can be carried out successfully. It will also address the necessary role and skills of the leader in a fund raising effort.  0.4 CEUs