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Matching Fundraising Strategy to Nonprofit Life cycles


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Join the Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership at the 2018 Nonprofit Capacity Building Series; come to one workshop or come to them all! The second workshop of the series, "Matching Fundraising Strategy to Nonprofit Lifecycles" is presented by John Hicks. During the workshop, participants will learn:

· The lifecycles of an organization
· The best fundraising strategy for your organization’s lifecycle

Mentors of Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership's Victoria Emerging Leaders Program (VELP) get priorty registration for this program. A limited number of seats are available to the public.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Nonprofit Executive, Development Staff, and Nonprofit Board Members.

ATTIRE: Comfortable and casual dress is recommended, jeans are welcomed.

COST: Thanks to the generous support of our funders, we are excited to offer this workshop as a "pay what you can" opportunity. Any support you provide helps to cover the costs of providing the workshop and continuing our support of nonprofit leaders.

If you are unable to contribute to your ticket cost and need to register for a free seat, please email Vicki at VMFmpa@business.rutgers.edu and we will be happy to help.

Advance registration is required. Includes continental breakfast and refreshments.

The cost of this program has been underwritten by support from Victoria Foundation, American Express Foundation, and Prudential Foundation.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER JOHN HICKS: Over a career of nearly 30 years, John has worked with a diverse and broad group of nonprofits ranging from grassroots organizations to national and international not-for-profits. He provides consultation and strategic guidance for annual and capital fund raising programs. Additionally, he counsels not-for-profits on building managerial, fundraising, and board capacity. John is a member of the faculty of Columbia University's Master's Degree in Nonprofit Management program and a lecturer for the Rutgers University Institute for Ethical Leadership in best practices in fundraising and board management. He has been awarded "Stellar Speaker" status by The Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and has appeared as a featured speaker for The Foundation Center, the Chronicle of Philanthropy, the Association of Fundraising Professionals and Institute of Fundraising (UK). John is a contributing author to After the Grant (Foundation Center, 2010) and to The Nonprofit Handbook: Fund Raising (Wiley, 2001) and has published articles with Fund Raising Management and Advancing Philanthropy. A Certified Fund Raising Executive, John is a former member of the Board of Directors of AFP International and the AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy. He is past president of the AFP New York City Chapter and has served as Chair of Fund Raising Day in New York, the nation's largest oneday conference on philanthropy. John holds degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Hartford. He has completed professional education courses with the Lake Forest School of Management and Harvard University's Program on Negotiation.