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Creating Sustainable Funding For Agencies Helping to Prevent & End Homelessness
Benevon

April, 2015

Creating Sustainable Funding For Agencies Helping to Prevent & End Homelessness

 

A Benevon webinar hosted by Texas Homeless Network

 

Thursday, May 7, 2015

2:00 - 3:00 p.m. (Central)

 

No Fee to Attend

 

A Special Invitation For:

Key organizational leadership, including board members, executive director or CEO, development director, and volunteers.    

 

To register, visit:

http://www.benevon.com/webinars/register/NCADV

RSVP Required! Space is Limited.

 

Questions: Contact Ann-Li Cooke at
206-428-2142 or
annli@benevon.com.

 

______________________________________________________

 

What would it look like to have an ever-increasing stream of major donors who love your mission?

 

Join us for this free seminar on how to create sustainable funding for your nonprofit.

 

Educational:

Learn a system for fundraising you can

start to implement right away.

 

Sustainable:

Learn to get your organization off the

annual fundraising treadmill forever.

 

Financial Results:

In the first year, our groups raise an average of

$200,000 in gifts and pledges.

 

By the end of this session, you will have learned:

  • A tested system to identify and cultivate donors who love your mission—donors who will give for operations, capital, and endowment
  • How to engage your community in your organization's mission and to inspire giving­
  • How to get started right away to implement mission-focused, permission-based fundraising

 

Benevon trains and coaches nonprofit organizations to implement a mission-based system for raising sustainable funding from individual donors. This system ends the suffering about fundraising and builds passionate and committed lifelong donors. The Benevon Model was developed by founder Terry Axelrod, author of seven books and several DVDs, including her most recent book, The Benevon Model: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting it Right. For more information, please visit www.benevon.com.

 

Webinar hosted by the Texas Homeless Network

In this highly engaging overview of the Benevon Model, you will learn how to implement this systematic process for engaging and developing relationships with mission-focused individual donors. Learn to implement mission-focused, permission-based fundraising, how to make your organization more visible in your community, and how to identify and cultivate individual donors who are passionate about your mission.

 

  • Date: Thursday, May 7, 2015
  • Time: 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. (Central)
  • RSVP: http://www.benevon.com/webinars/THN
  • Cost: Free to attend; please RSVP as space is limited
  • Who Should Attend: Key organizational leadership, including board members, executive director or CEO, development director, and volunteers
  • Questions: Contact Ann-Li Cooke at 206-428-2142 or annli@benevon.com

 

Benevon trains and coaches nonprofit organizations to implement a mission-based system for raising sustainable funding from individual donors. This system ends the suffering about fundraising and builds passionate and committed lifelong donors. The Benevon Model was developed by founder Terry Axelrod, author of seven books and several DVDs, including her most recent book, The Benevon Model: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting it Right. For more information, please visit www.benevon.com.



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