Design Inspirational Large-Scale Fundraising Events - Workshop
Use events to inspire, nurture and engage newly acquired champions
1:00 PM - 3:45 PM CDT
Organizations lose around half their donor base each year. For your nonprofit to survive, you must be regularly inviting new people the cause. Hosting an inspiring large-scale event can help your organization reach a wider audience where you can cultivate engagement with new people. Over the past two decades, Mission Increase’s model for large-scale events has helped thousands of leaders to invite new people, in addition to raise more money, grow existing champions, and build community through inspiring fundraising dinners.
This workshop will focus on the important planning principles for large-scale events. When you gather together with peers in ministry to practice:
- Brainstorming your guest list
- Designing a great program
- Construct a follow-up plan
This updated workshop will surely benefit your entire team. Be sure to invite key volunteers, development staff and board members to participate. Register today!
We encourage you and your team to take full advantage of our learning series:
- Attend the workshop
- Watch the national webinar - Save the date for May 17th!
- Participate in any available coaching opportunities with your Area Director
The workshop will be held in the Parlor. Parking is available in lot 2.
Featuring - Pam Lilly
Area Director, Houston Bayou City, Mission Increase
Pam Lilly serves as the Area Director for Mission Increase Houston Bayou City. She brings a combined 30 years of experience to Mission Increase in sales, marketing, ministry development, and fundraising. She loves inspiring ministry leaders in their walk with the Lord and helping them develop processes to thrive in ministry and reach more people with the love of Jesus. Pam, an ordained minister of the Gospel and missionary, served as the Director of Development with StoryRunners, a Cru ministry.
Pam now serves with Mission Increase helping ministries grow in their capacity for more Kingdom impact. She is the author of Mary Morning Martha Day and her hobbies include cooking, baking, traveling, and photography. Pam and her husband Chester reside in Houston and have three adult children and five grandchildren.