Create Fundraising Campaigns that Inspire Champions to Action - Workshop


 
Community: Lexington
Thursday, August 01, 2024
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM EDT
First Southern National Bank Beaumont Branch Community Room (2nd Floor)
3060 Harrodsburg Rd
Lexington , KY
 
Seats Available: 31 of 35

Event Information

Are you ready to elevate your ministry’s fundraising efforts and engage your community in a more profound way? This transformative Q3 workshop is designed to equip you with the biblical principles, strategic insights, and hands-on practical tools needed to design and execute an effective fundraising campaign. 

Workshop highlights: 

  • Understand how to root your fundraising efforts in God’s vision for your ministry.
  • Learn the importance of transparency and authenticity in building trust with your champions.
  • Create compelling narratives and themes that resonate with your supporters.
  • Learn how to segment your audience for more targeted and effective communication.
  • Equip your champions to become advocates and amplify your ministry’s message. 

Revolutionize your fundraising approach. Take the first step towards a more impactful and sustainable ministry, inspiring your community to engage more deeply in your cause. Register today. 

Presenters
Damon Mazza
Featuring - Damon Mazza
Lexington Area Director, Mission Increase

Damon serves as the Area Director for Mission Increase Lexington, KY.  Damon grew up in Louisville and moved to Lexington to attend the University of Kentucky, where he earned in BA in American history. He has been involved in ministry in Lexington for over twenty-five years and has over 13 years of experience in nonprofit, church, and board leadership roles.

Damon served as Director of Development for 8 years at Lexington Leadership Foundation, where he collaborated on capital campaigns, marketing, communication and re-branding work, fundraising events, and major gift funding. He is passionate about building capacity and building a local community of Kingdom-minded nonprofit ministries in Lexington.

Damon is active in his church as a volunteer, elder, and board member. When he’s not working, he enjoys watching UK sports, hiking, and attending/working the popcorn machine at one of his three daughters’ volleyball games.