Hartford Public Library
Nonprofit Program Workshop Series
Wednesday, May 13, 10:00 am to noon
HAS THE ANNUAL APPEAL OUTLIVED ITS USEFULNESS? Presenter: Rebecca M. Bryan, CFRE, R. Bryan Associates, LLC For decades the Annual Appeal has been the bread and butter for most nonprofits. Letters sent, donations returned, budget goals met, programs implemented. With all of the changes in the world of fundraising – technology, donor behavior, economic realities etc. – what is the role of the Annual Appeal today? Has it outlived its usefulness? This workshop will focus on how to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of your Annual Appeal.
Wednesday, May 27, 10:00 am to noon
FINDERS, KEEPERS: HOW TO FIND AND KEEP NEW DONORS Presenter: Donna Haghighat, Hartford Public Library Nonprofits of all sizes work hard to find new donors and find it even harder to keep those new donors. For small to medium-sized nonprofits, losing donors and not attracting new ones is hampering growth or worse, creating a sustainability crisis. Please indicate the type of nonprofit you represent and any particular challenges you would like addressed when you register.
Thursday, June 18, 9:00 am to noon
BUILDING AND SUSTAINING YOUR NONPROFIT Presenter: Martey Rhine, Management Solutions & Resources This workshop will cover the basics of building a board, budgeting, operational planning, marketing, and fundraising – all the building blocks your nonprofit organization needs. It will also provide you with the tools, templates, and references for taking the action steps to effectively structure your nonprofit organization and enhance your ability to achieve the mission.
These workshops are offered in partnership with the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.
To register please email your name and email address to [email protected]
Hartford Public Library 500 Main Street Hartford, CT 06103