Donor Stewardship and Prospect Development
Instructors: Amy Turbes, senior director of principal gift operations, and Liz Clark, director of prospect management, Creighton University; and Angela Altamore, senior director of stewardship and donor engagement, Kansas State University Foundation
Keeping your donor pool dynamic is vital to an organization’s success. To increase individual donor giving you need to better understand your donors, organize how you interact with them and fully engage them with your organization. To do all those things well, you need strong research, prospect management, and donor relations. Learn to | understand relevant information for prospect identification and donor strategy | organize your donor interactions to maximize the relationship with your organization | and | define how to steward your donors and proactively engage for continued donations.
This is one course of the UNO Certificate in Fundraising Management offered by the Center for Public Affairs Research. Each course is held on two consecutive days on the UNO Dodge campus in Omaha, from 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Cost is $279 and includes materials, lunches, and parking. Courses are pre-approved for 15 continuing education points towards the Certified Fund Raising Executive credential.
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