NMI 106: Optimizing Nonprofit Resource Fund Development (February 2023)
This is an online course with specified due dates for each discussion question and class assignment. Instructional staff are available to aid you with subject questions and help guide you through each weekly course module. In addition, a required Zoom session each week provides additional course reinforcement, student-instructor Q&A, and networking for students.
Early Bird special: $315 (ends two weeks before course start date)
Ask any nonprofit leader what one of their greatest organizational challenges is and they will resoundingly answer, “Fundraising!” Recent changes in the global economy have created scarcer financial resources and focused even greater attention on the need for philanthropic giving and funding development for nonprofit organizations.
This course teaches you the basics of the fund development process, how to cultivate charitable giving resources and create a plan that will result in effective fundraising strategies for your organization – even in the toughest of economic times.
This course is required for:
John Scola has nearly 40 years of nonprofit leadership experience and is highly respected for his exceptional abilities and integrity. He has a solid track record of success working with a wide spectrum of nonprofit agencies including foundations, universities, healthcare, social service, faith-based and education organizations.
Known as a leader who drives results with his head and his heart, his breadth of experience includes: organizational development, capital campaigns, international fundraising, major gifts, corporate and foundation relations and annual giving. In addition, he has extensive volunteer leadership training and management experience and has worked with a variety of organizations in the areas of board and staff development and strategic planning.
John graduated with a B.A. in economics from the University of Dallas where he later served on their Board of Trustees. He is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and has earned designation as a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) as well as Master Teacher through the Faculty Training Academy of the AFP. He was also the recipient of the AFP’s Greater Arizona Chapter Outstanding Executive Award in 2002.
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