Special Program: The Role of Nonprofit Executive Directors in Fundraising
Monday, November 27, 2017 10:00 am
In-person | New York, NY
As an executive director, it is your responsibility to guide your organization and provide a vision for where it will be in the immediate future and the long term. You are also responsible for determining how your organization spends its money and generates financial support. Managing and raising funds effectively is critical to the sustainability of your organization. In tandem with a development director, board member, or other support staff, the executive director is typically tasked with creating and implementing a plan for successfully raising the funds needed. This workshop will take a big-picture look at the important role of the nonprofit executive director in fundraising, including the important role philanthropy plays in organizations and key motivations behind why people give.
Workshop participants will learn how to:
- Develop fundraising expertise as an executive director
- Build and sustain important donor relationships
- Advance their work together with boards and fundraising staff
- Invest in building fundraising capability
William J. Mountcastle, MPA is an author, speaker and widely known healthcare philanthropy expert. He leads the healthcare philanthropy consulting firm Health Giving, a specialized healthcare fundraising consulting firm serving community-based health and healthcare nonprofits. He is author of the book Fundraising for Hospitals: Value-based Healthcare Philanthropy published by Charity Channel Press, and author of The Campaign Mix: The 5 P’s of Successful Capital Campaigning, a chapter in the book Redefining Healthcare Philanthropy from the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy. He works with some of the world's most admired nonprofits across a wide range of health care missions. His clients have experienced significant and quantifiable success from his fundraising performance improvement solutions.
Note: Seating is extremely limited for this special workshop. It will be hosted in Foundation Center's library space.