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Acquire New Champions through Large Scale Events - Workshop


Details

Thursday, May 04, 2023

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time

Community: South Central Coast

Cost: Free!

Seats Available: 59 / 60

Location

The Bridge - Evangelical Free Church

999 Rancho Conejo Blvd.
Newbury Park
CA

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Event Information

Intentional new-giver strategies are essential for nonprofit growth.

Fundraising events play a significant role in connecting new givers to the cause, not to mention have substantial benefit on an organization’s bottom line. Over the past two decades, Mission Increase’s Events Manual has helped thousands of leaders invite new people, raise money, grow existing champions and build community through inspiring fundraising dinners. This learning series will walk through a proven model for fundraising events. Register today!

Ashley Nettles
Featuring - Ashley Nettles
Ventura County Area Director, Mission Increase

Ashley Nettles serves as the Area Director for Ventura County in Southern California and has a heart for serving her local community. She has years of community involvement and presentation experience in her role with the County of Ventura, specializing in prevention program services with expertise in the opioid crisis. She provides innovative strategies to reach high-risk community members and their families through quality education and training. Ashley has been a presenter at the National Rx Abuse and Heroin Summit and has presented at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

Ashley has also served as Outreach Coordinator with Two Trees Community Church and has gained experience cultivating integral community partners to provide much-needed resources to the city’s most vulnerable. She has been a champion for change in her community and is committed to bring that same drive and excitement to local ministries through Mission Increase so they can reach and serve more people for Jesus. Ashley resides in Ventura with her two children and bernedoodle Rocky, and enjoys a good book, family beach days and exploring local towns.



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