Nonprofit Fundraising Workshop Coming to Twisp and Wenatchee

Reserve your seat by September 28th!

The Nonprofit Practices Institute (NPI) is bringing co-founders Jim Shapiro and Steve Screen of The Better Fundraising Company to Twisp and Wenatchee for a workshop on “Building an Annual Fundraising Plan That Raises More Money”.

The workshop will be on Monday, October 3rd from 10:00am to 4:00pm at TwispWorks in Twisp and Monday October 10th from 9:00am to 3:00pm at Pybus Public Market in Wenatchee.

The workshop will cover best practices for nonprofit fundraising, including:

  • When, how, and the best ways to ask for support
  • How to thank donors and retain them
  • How to create reports that thrill donors and engages them in your cause
  • How to track performance to continually build on annual successful fundraising plans

Shapiro was a presenter at the NPI Annual Summit in Chelan last May and received accolades from attendees for the delivery, relevancy, and content of this topic. Shapiro will be presenting at the Twisp location and BFC co-founder Screen will present in Wenatchee.

Advanced registration is required with a $15 fee that includes lunch. For more information and to register, visit www.cfncw.org/npi.

This event is supported by the Nonprofit Practices Institute, a partnership of the Community Foundation of NCW and the Icicle Fund.

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