Are you juggling 10,000 things every day for your nonprofit? Wish you could instead focus on building awesome relationships with supporters and donors, rather than filling your day with “other duties as assigned"?
In this 1-hour webinar with Patrick Kirby, Founder of Do Good Better Consulting, we’ll help nonprofit leaders get clarity on whats important and simplify the work to make the job of fundraising as awesome as it can be.
Join Patrick as he shares “The 5 Day Fundraising Framework”, a simple and easy-to-understand framework to organize your fundraising life. One thing. Once a day. 5 Days a week.
By the end of this one-hour workshop, you’ll learn:
How to think differently about organizing your time at work
Tricks to planning the highest priority meetings
Doing rather than waiting until perfection
Documenting important donor information
The importance of celebrating with your supporters & team
Reminders on how appreciation is key to donor retention
All registrants will receive a recording and copy of the presentation slides after the workshop. Instrumentl is also offering every live attendee personalized grant recommendations for their nonprofit.
This presentation is ideal for grant writers and consultants that work with or for organizations with small teams and seeking to increase productivity and leveraging their human and financial capital to find, write, submit, and manage grants!
NOTE: Instrumentl helps US-based 501c3s with at least a 90K operating budget, or consultants supporting such clients. If you are based internationally, you must have a US-affiliated chapter and 501c3 status to find this workshop helpful.
Patrick Kirby is the Founder of Do Good Better Consulting, author of the Amazon best seller Fundraise Awesomer! A Practical Guide to Staying Sane While Doing Good, host of The Official Do Good Better Podcast, and a believer that “we’ve always done it this way” is the most dangerous phrase in the English language.
Patrick has spent nearly 2 decades working as a fundraiser in the nonprofit industry, for organizations of all shapes and sizes, most notably as the Senior Director of Development at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Minneapolis, MN and the Chief Development Officer at the Anne Carlsen Center, based in Jamestown, ND.
He earned his B.A. in “B.S.” (politics) at Loras College in Dubuque, IA, and is hopelessly addicted to super nerdy Sci-Fi/Fantasy novels and old school Nintendo games. Patrick married out of his league to his wife Shannon, has three ridiculously adorable children named Spencer, Preston and Willow, a puppy named Calvin, and lives in West Fargo, ND.
Don’t delay, save your spot in this grant workshop today.