Activate Champion Participation - Workshop
Design memorable experiences that attract new people
Wednesday, May 04, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Standard Time
Seats Available: 60 / 100
How does your nonprofit attract new champions? Does your organization have a way for new givers to easily get involved? Do your existing champions ask for ways to share the cause? How do you create curiosity about your work?
Signature Participation Projects (SPPs) are a key element of your acquisition program. They reflect your core program, with an invitation to do something active that is practical, tactile, and experiential. They create space for your champions to complete something and ask, “what’s next?” SPP’s are a taste, in project form, of what you do to solve a problem and create Kingdom impact. They are an easy entry step to involvement in your work.
This workshop will be full of idea-starters so you can leave with some experience in developing a new SPP or improving an existing one.
As a result of this workshop, you’ll:
- Identify simple, signature, solution(s) your organization offers in the cause
- Clarify ways champions can participate in these solutions
- Determine the basic structure and draft an SPP idea that can be prototyped
- Learn how to integrate your SPP into your overall event strategy
Don't come alone, register your team today! Invite executive directors, board members, development staff, volunteer coordinators and anyone who will be involved in the future work of your ministry.
Featuring - Kevin Whitman
Oregon Area Director, Mission Increase
Kevin Whitman is the Area Director for Mission Increase Oregon, coming with 30 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, including both church and parachurch organizations. He has enjoyed working in development, administration, education, communications, missions, and pastoral roles. His passion is to train and develop leaders, helping them thrive in their individual areas of strength. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Education from Life Pacific College, and pursued his MBA from Azusa Pacific University. Kevin lives in Clackamas with his wife, Kim, and their three children.