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Friday, September 29 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Navigating Today's Philanthropic Trends

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Fundraising plays an increasingly vital role in the fiscal health and institutional mission of non-profits. Yet there are critical trends impacting donor participation, communication and engagement--trends that development staff and leaders must know and address.

Objectives
1. Key fundraising trends altering the way institutions communicate with donors and cultivate life-long relationships.
2. Emerging strategies to address these trends and chart a course toward healthy development.
3. Critical trends in fundraising management: donor engagement, communication with Gen X and Millennial donors, personalized and peer-to-peer giving, breaking down fundraising silos, and more.

Moderators
avatar for Ray Alcaraz

Ray Alcaraz

Major Gift Officer, Oblates of St. Francis de Sales

Speakers
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Clarke Gafke

Vice President, Key Account Partnerships, Ruffalo Noel Levitz
Clark Gafke’s first alumni phone solicitation occurred in the fall of 1986 as a freshman student for the University of Missouri - Columbia.  As a student caller, he raised $374,000 ($831,000 today) in alumni pledges for the Mizzou Annual Fund. | | Since graduation, Clark has traveled the U.S. and Canada working directly with universities, colleges, hospitals, museums, public broadcasting, and other non-profit... Read More →
avatar for Chad McEachern

Chad McEachern

President and CEO, Edmundite Missions
McEachern is President and CEO of the Edmundite Missions. He raises critically needed funds to sustain outreach efforts for the poor, coordinates development efforts, builds new initiatives and develops strategies which feed, clothe, shelter and educate the needy in the Deep... Read More →
avatar for Leslie B. Mollsen

Leslie B. Mollsen

Chief Executive Officer, American City Bureau, Inc.
Leslie Biggins Mollsen is the owner and CEO of American City Bureau, Inc., the nation’s original fundraising consulting firm to not-for-profit organizations, specializing in major gift development. The firm is headquartered in West Dundee, Illinois.  | | Ms. Mollsen currently serves on the National Catholic Community... Read More →


Friday September 29, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm
Marriott Grand 11

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