Annual Fundraising Plans - Workshop
Keys to Setting Successful Goals
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
God’s given you an important vision, and you likely have a programmatic plan for how you want to accomplish this. But do you have a functional plan for how to raise the money needed to achieve your vision?
Whether you’re starting from scratch, or looking to improve an existing fundraising plan, Mission Increase is here to help!
This workshop is packed with goal-setting principles and hands-on practice that will help you craft a usable, customized, annual fundraising plan. Gather to learn alongside other leaders in this updated version of the workshop. You will:
- Practice reviewing past data to inform future planning.
- Learn to set goals.
- Learn how to create an action plan.
This workshop is for executive directors, development staff, board members and anyone involved in fundraising for your organization. Register today!
We encourage you and your team to take full advantage of our learning series:
- Attend the workshop
- Watch the national webinar on November 15th
- Apply these principles with your own data by attending any group or individual coaching that may be offered by a local Area Director
We are located in the Lower Level, Room 9. There is ample parking in the front and back. Coffee, tea and snacks will be provided.
Find free ample parking in the back church parking lot.
Featuring - Jimeka Holloway
Northeast Ohio Area Director, Mission Increase
Jimeka Holloway serves as the Area Director for Mission Increase Northeast Ohio. With more than 20 years of program development and fundraising experience, she has worked with a variety of organizations and has served on advisory and governance boards of numerous ministries and nonprofit organizations throughout the Northeast Ohio area. Jimeka earned a PhD in Management from Case Western Reserve University. Her doctoral work focused on the distinct tensions of social innovators, impact investors, and intermediaries who work toward sustainable impact in socio-economically distressed communities. Jimeka is also a certified urban youth minister (Fuller Theological Seminary) and diversity management professional from NTL Institute.