Unlock the Power of a Major Gifts Plan - Workshop
Strengthen your fundraising strategy
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM PST
Asking the right person, for the right gift, at the right time takes careful consideration and planning. This requires meeting with givers and building relationships. This requires a system to track data and next steps.
Whether you’re an experienced major gifts fundraiser or just getting started, this refreshed workshop will allow you to practice the planning skills you need to make major gifts a key component of your overall fundraising strategy.
Gather together with peers in ministry for hands-on practice to:
- Define for their organization what makes someone a major giver
- Practice using components of a major gifts plan
- Create specific plans for nurturing relationships with individuals and giving organizations.
- Practice training others to use a plan
This updated workshop is a complement to our other major gifts workshops and will benefit your entire team. Be sure to invite development staff, board members, and even key givers to participate. Major gifts are one of our most requested topics, so register for this workshop today!
We encourage you and your team to take full advantage of our learning series by:
- Attending the workshop
- Watching the national webinar on February 15th, 11:00am Pacific Time - SAVE THE DATE!
- Joining any group coaching events
- Schedule individual coaching appointment with your Area Director
This workshop is held in the Ministry Center room 204. The Ministry Center building is in the center of campus, our workshop is held upstairs above the preschool. There are sets of stairs on each side of the building or an elevator in the lobby near the preschool entrance desk.
Featuring - Tara Andersen
Area Director for Orange County & Hawaii, Mission Increase
Tara has served as the Area Director for Mission Increase Orange County & Hawaii since 2017 and counts it an honor to be a part of the kingdom work happening in her community. With over 30 years of business leadership and fundraising experience where she successfully stewarded over $52M across multiple campaigns, she has the opportunity to share what she has learned with leaders as they face the unique challenges of nonprofit leadership. Tara holds degrees in Psychology and Criminal Justice, as well as a master's degree in Organizational Psychology. She also holds certifications as a CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) and CCNL (Credentialed Christian Nonprofit Leader). Tara lives in Orange County with her husband, Steve, and their four sons.