Join Clover Frederick, Vice President for Marketing at the Lincoln Community Foundation, for 30 fundraising ideas in 60 minutes (and 10 pitfalls to avoid). Fundraising, or Development, is essential to the missions of all nonprofit organizations. The success of your development efforts directly impacts your programs, and ultimately, your clients or beneficiaries. But the fundraising cycle can feel stagnant... You will walk away from this workshop with fresh, actionable fundraising ideas that you can implement right away at your organization. Coffee and breakfast provided.
Tickets are $5.00. We will also accept cash or check at the door. Please RSVP so that we can plan ahead for seating and refreshments.
About our presenter:
Clover Frederick is Vice President for Marketing at Lincoln Community Foundation. She leads all branding and communications for the organization that enriches the community by promoting and achieving perpetual philanthropic support. Clover oversees all communications for Prosper Lincoln, the collective impact community agenda to address needs related to early childhood, employment skills and innovation. She also manages all marketing related to Give to Lincoln Day, which has added more than $21 million to the local nonprofit sector since 2012.
Additionally, Clover is a consultant specializing in nonprofits. Working alongside an organization’s leaders, she provided sage advice on how to use the latest marketing tools to engage cause ambassadors, turning them into valued donors. She also trains boards and guides them in better strategy. She currently serves the Association of Fundraising Professionals – Nebraska Chapter President and previously chaired communications, education, and National Philanthropy Day.
Clover earned her BA in communication at Concordia University in Seward, Nebraska, and MA in advertising, marketing and communication studies from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. She resides in Lincoln with her husband, Matt, and two daughters – all active philanthropists in their own right.
Friday, June 7, 2019 at 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM
Avenue Scholars Foundation
7101 Mercy Rd, Omaha, Nebraska 68106