Igniting Philanthropy Series – Generous Change Presentation
Remember way back in 2019, when fundraising meant meeting potential donors face-to-face? Did you ever think you’d be fundraising via Zoom, Skype, FaceTime or…gulp…the plain old phone?!
Don’t wait to get back to 2019. You can adapt and thrive at virtual fundraising. With three key skills, you can begin to have more purposeful donor conversations, craft a more powerful case for support, and feel more confident in your next donor visit.
In this session, you will:
- Identify the three key skills to adapt to virtual fundraising
- Identify questions for more purposeful donor conversations
- Learn a strategy for stronger case-building
- Feel more confident in your next virtual donor visit
Nancy Jackson and Jenna Goodman, together known as Generous Change, bring a combined 30 years of fundraising experience and have personally raised over $70 million for arts, education and environment as staff and volunteers. Nancy and Jenna have led virtual and in-person workshops for universities, community foundations and nonprofits across the country. They are obsessed with providing fundraisers and volunteers tactical tools, simple, actionable strategies and fun, inspirational new ways to raise more money and change the world.
Nancy founded an award-winning nonprofit that, in its first six months, received large grants from the top five funders in the field. Most recently, Nancy served as KU Endowment’s AVP for Strategic Development, a role created specifically in recognition that cross-cutting initiatives and bold ideas are the future of philanthropy. She serves on several grantmaking boards in her phenomenal community of Lawrence, Kansas.
Jenna bought a drive-thru espresso shop while still in college. After a successful five years, she sold it and was recruited into fundraising at her alma mater, the University of Central Missouri. After UCM, she joined KU Endowment as a development director and, ultimately, Team Lead for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
- $15 Members
- $25 Not-Yet members