Foundations 101: Transformational Giving (7/31) - Group Learning

Hosted by Mission Accelerate (Registration Fee Applies)

Community: National
Wednesday, July 31, 2024
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM PDT
Seats Available: 11 of 20
Cost: $49.00/seat

Event Information


Welcome to the Foundations 101 Learning Community! Here, we explore the core principles that shape a Biblical approach to fundraising.

Each quarter, we'll dive into three essential pillars of a successful fundraising program. Make sure to register for EACH session seperately.

Month 1: Transformational Giving
Month 2: Champion Development Plan
Month 3: Case for Support

Attend one or all three sessions to build a solid foundation for your fundraising plan. All our training is rooted in these key concepts.

Register today!

OVERVIEW for Month 1: Transformational Giving:

Transformational Giving is a Biblical approach to fundraising.  In this session, we'll explore its basic principles to help you shift your fundraising paradigm, identify your Champions, build a giver development strategy, and lay the foundation for your funding plan. Our hope is that you experience fundraising as a joyful calling! 

Recommended Reading prior to class: A Spirituality of Fundraising: The Henri Nouwen Spirituality [Order Your Book]


The cost to attend is $49 per session. We will allow 2 people from the same organization chapter to attend under one registration fee. Contact Jackie Peterman to add a guest or for questions about the guest policy. 

Kevin Whitman
Featuring - Kevin Whitman
Coach/Consultant, Mission Accelerate

Kevin is a consultant for Mission Accelerate. Prior to joining the team at MA, Kevin served as the Oregon Area Director for Mission Increase, serving over 200 non-profit organizations in the greater Portland/Vancouver area. He has over 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. He received a Bachelor of Arts Life Pacific University and pursued his MBA from Azusa Pacific University. Kevin lives in Clackamas, OR with his wife, Kim, and their three children.