Chapter Luncheon: Underdeveloped: Challenges Facing Nonprofit FundraisingFebruary 7, 2013
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The City Club of San Francisco
155 Sansome Street, 10th Floor
Pre-registration is closed for this event. Please register at the door.
AFP Golden Gate is proud to partner with CompassPoint Nonprofit Services and the Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund to share the findings from their just-released national study on nonprofit fundraising. Entitled “UnderDeveloped: A National Study on the Challenges Facing Nonprofit Fundraising,” the study reveals the underlying causes of the revolving door syndrome, and highlights the issues that contribute to instability in the development director role, including a lack of basic fundraising systems and inadequate attention to fund development among key board and staff leaders. The full study can be found at https://www.compasspoint.org/underdeveloped.
Marla Cornelius, co-author of the study and a Senior Project Director with CompassPoint will facilitate a panel discussion on the study’s findings and the ways in which nonprofit executives and fundraising professionals can address the root causes of the problems the study highlights.
- Marla Cornelius, CompassPoint, Moderator
- Pamela Cook, Founder of Pamela Cook Development Search, Panelist
- Phillip Kilbridge, Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity Greater S.F., Panelist
- Mark Kimbell, President, California Pacific Medical Center Foundation, and Vice President of Philanthropy, Sutter Health West Bay Region, Panelist
- Linda Wood, Senior Director, Leadership & Grantmaking, Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund. Panelist
More information on panelists may be found here.
11:30 AM Check-In & Networking
12:00 PM Lunch & Program
$45 - AFP Members
$60 - Non-members and Guests
*$10 will be added for door registration
CANCELLATION POLICY: To receive a refund cancellations must be received by the RSVP deadline.