Challenges for Faith-Based Fundraising in the New EconomyFebruary 12, 2013
Moderated by Randi Hogan, Director of Development with Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake, this exciting panel of speakers will present fundraising strategies, unique to faith-based nonprofit organizations and those organizations that have faith-based programs, in areas of: major gifts, direct mail, annual giving, e-philanthropy and telemarketing. Additionally, faith-based volunteer grass-roots fundraising and hands-onmission driven service activities will be highlighted.
About the SPEAKERS:
Lauren H. Klein, Director of Family Philanthropy at The Associated’s Center for Funds & Foundations (CFF) provides professional support and management to supporting foundation and philanthropic fund donors, with a particular focus on next generation funders. Her prior positions include endowment and major gifts fundraising with The Associated and other nationally-recognized non-profit organizations.
Carl Simon, Officer of Temple Beth Shalom's Board of Trustees, Chair of the temple'sSocial Action Committee and Religious School teacher is a core volunteer leader with Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake and has been recognized as one of Annapolis' People to Watch 2012.
Emily Anderson, Manager, New Market Channels with Catholic Relief Services has over 13 years of experience in the direct response field, primarily in production management and direct response fundraising. Her strengths include a thorough understanding of production and vendor management, along with strong project management skills.
8:30 AM -9:00 AM Registration & Networking (Refreshments Provided)
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Program
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, Multipurpose Room
4806 Seton Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215
*Free parking (lot and on street)