Small World, Big Money
Hear from three international fundraising experts on what’s trending in fundraising and philanthropy in other parts of the world and what that means for North America. Find out what other countries are using and how that can be applied in North America. Are international donors for you and what considerations do you need to bear in mind when approaching international donors?
Participants will learn:
- What are the most successful fundraising methods outside of North America.
- How to apply international fundraising ideas to your fundraising.
- How to steward international donors.
Ligia Peña, CFRE is the Global Legacy Manager at Greenpeace International where she drives Greenpeace’s global legacy strategy and manages a community of practice of legacy managers in 14 countries. She’s a seasoned presenter internationally and she’s the author of the Small Shop Fundraising chapter in the second volume of Excellence in Fundraising in Canada.
Penelope Cagney, MA, CFRE is rated among the Top 6 Fundraising Experts in the US by Philanthropy Media, and has more than 30 years helping nonprofits succeed in fundraising, planning and governance. She and her associates have helped clients achieve significant financial (more than $500,000,000 dollars raised) and organizational objectives. She has taught fund development, strategic planning, governance, and communications at the School of the Art Institute and Columbia College in Chicago; at the Arizona State University Nonprofit Management Institute; and was a Distinguished Visiting Professor at American University in Cairo, Egypt. Penelope is editor of Global Best Practices for CSO, NGO and Other Nonprofit Boards and author of Nonprofit Consulting Essentials: What Every Nonprofit and Consultant Needs to Know. Penelope Cagney serves on AFP’s International Foundation for Philanthropy.
Simone Joyaux, ACFRE, Adv. Dip. Philanthropy is Simone’s life’s work and she won’t give it up any time soon! Presenting around the world, writing blogs, articles and books and serving on boards and often ending up as chair. She strives to inspire and provoke. She considers herself a change agent and deeply believes we are in need of change in so many organizations and communities and society.
Morning Presentation: 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
330 South Greene St.
Greensboro, NC 27401
Lunch Presentation: 12 noon to 2 p.m.
Goodwill industries of Northwest North Carolina
2701 University Parkway
Winston Salem, NC 27105
Cost: $10 for Members, $20 for Non-Members
Become an AFP Member Today: As a member benefit for AFP members and Consortium members, these meetings, including a breakfast or boxed lunch, are $10 for AFP members. Non-members are also welcome to register. Each registration for non-AFP members will cost $20 and will include breakfast or lunch. In order to take advantage of the breakfast or lunch offer, registrants must RSVP 3 working days before the scheduled webinar.
All of the AFP Web/Audio conferences offered are eligible for continuing education points on your CFRE application for initial certification and/or recertification. All participants must pre-register.