Sep 25, 2008

Innovative Fundraising for Arts Series (FULL Scholarships available)

The Center for Nonprofit Management is pleased to present the
Innovative Fundraising for Arts Organizations Series. LACAC grantees
(excluding OGP III), DCA grantees and nonprofits in Wendy Greuel's
district qualify for a FULL SCHOLARSHIP. Please visit for more information.

This series will focus on best current practices in designing an
integrated development program for arts organizations of every size.
Whether you work for a large institution or are running a one-person
shop, this course will provide you with new tools for effective
fundraising. We will concentrate on fundraising activities that
build on your organization' s unique assets and provide the best
return on investment—the investment of your time and your
organization' s resources.

Time: 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Location: Lankershim Art Center

Dates & Topics:

Wednesday, October 22: Integrated development planning and board
involvement in fundraising
Wednesday, October 29: Individual Giving, with emphasis on Major
Wednesday, November 5: Institutional giving—corporate foundation and
government grants
Wednesday, November 12: Sponsorship and Special Events

About the Facilitator:

Eileen Gill, Gill Consulting Associates, has worked with
organizations of all sizes, from mid-sized performing arts
organizations such as Northlight Theatre and Chicago Opera Theatre to
major cultural and educational institutions such as the University of
Chicago, the Ravinia Festival, and the J. Paul Getty Trust. At the
Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles she was responsible for all
fundraising and membership aspects of the museum's $12 million annual
operating fund.

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