Please note: This is a Webinar!
This year’s AFP International Conference in New Orleans was full of smart ideas, smart people and great learning. Albert Brulé, Director of Resource & Business Development at Pillar Nonprofit Network received support to attend the conference from the London Community Foundation by way of a Vital People Award.
In this webinar, Albert shares some of the key takeaways and ideas he brought back from the conference, and how they can be used to sharpen your fundraising and community engagement strategies.
Sometimes it's the little things you do that can make such a big difference to your donors, your community and your bottom-line.
- Tips and tricks to personalize your fundraising.
- Three simple donor questions you need to be able to answer.
- How to “embed” donors into every communications piece.
- Who is the best voice to tell your organization’s story?
- What is your organization’s DQ – Dependency Quotient – and why is it important?
- How to avoid the most dangerous phrase in fundraising.
Target Audience: Fund Development Staff
Albert Brulé (MBA) is Director of Resource & Business Development at Pillar Nonprofit Network. With over 25 years experience, Albert has worked with a wide array of organizations in fundraising, marketing, board governance and strategic planning. He has held senior posts with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, University of Alberta, and Fanshawe College. He has taught in the Nonprofit Management program at Western University and in the School of Communications, Media, Arts and Design at Centennial College. As a consultant and strategic advisor, he has expertise in fundraising, corporate partnerships, governance, social enterprise and social finance.