This event has sold out and there is no waiting list. But please join us for another very information event on how to ask for money! "The Art of the Ask" is taking place on May 15 - by popular demand! - please see the separate listing.
Monthly donors: How to get them. How to keep them. We're going to bring you a panel of experts over a scrumptious breakfast - it's going to be a great one!
Tickets start at $35 for AFP members (early bird) and pre-registration is required.
Please click here for more info or to register: SOLD OUT.
Experienced fundraisers from the Canadian Cancer Society, the David Suzuki Foundation and Harvey McKinnon Associates will cover the following.
• Marketing to acquire monthly donors
• Upgrading single donors to monthly; and upgrading monthly donor giving levels
• Stewarding monthly donors
• Advice for smaller organizations
• Q & A
The event includes a full buffet breakfast and the opportunity to network with fundraisers and other professionals from the charitable sector.
Donor Relations Coordinator, Annual Campaign
Canadian Cancer Society
Stephanie’s career with CCS began in 1986 as a Daffodil Days volunteer and she joined the staff two years later. Since then, she has applied her strong donor stewardship skills to growing their tribute giving program and is now in charge of stewarding monthly donors and major gift and planned giving prospects. Her team has grown from one to three staff and, in addition to her customer service and donor relations responsibilities, she manages a team of 65 volunteers.
Senior Account Manager
Harvey McKinnon Associates
Ryan joined HMA in 2011 after spending nearly 10 years working in a number of sales and marketing roles focused on direct mail and the non-profit sector. His current client list includes Amnesty International, The Ottawa Hospital Foundation, The Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society, and the VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation.
Associate Director, Community Giving
David Suzuki Foundation
Akua’s raison d’être is to provide donors with an opportunity to make meaningful change happen though giving. In 2010, when the David Suzuki Foundation made a decision to reinvest in monthly giving, she led a series of initiatives that grew the donor base from 8,000 to 12,000 – an increase of 50%. As part of her strategy she developed an annual online campaign that brings in almost 1,000 donors annually.