Secure the Future: Build a Diversified Base of Support (NEW)

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Hand holding a vision ball Just as your organization cannot rely on just one or two funders, you also need to develop multiple types of revenue streams beyond grants. This webinar will offer proven ideas and techniques that will lead to more and larger giving from a broader range of donors. First you'll learn to draft a Development Plan. Then we'll focus on how to develop relationships with diverse kinds of donors to assure a long-lasting source of philanthropic revenue to sustain your nonprofit. Look around you - there are all kinds of people waiting to help you, but you need to reach out to them in ways they can respond to. Learn how to engage your board to maximize their potential and tap into their networks. Likewise, we'll explore what else volunteers can do for your organization. This webinar will benefit executive directors, board members, and all development staff who interact with donors and prospects.

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Roxanne Greenstein

Roxanne Greenstein, based in New York City, has been fundraising, counseling boards and staff, and providing strategic development planning for 25+ years. She works with nonprofits to assess their development potential, create and implement a development plan, and develop a fundraising board. She also serves as interim director of development for organizations in transition. Roxanne helps her clients find new and larger donors by building relationships with diverse sources of support. Prior to consulting, she held senior development positions at major nonprofits in the New York area.

Roxanne has presented programs for the Foundation Center, Support Center, National Urban League, and United Way. As a longtime board member of the Association of Nonprofit Specialists, she has been instrumental in building its constituency and providing resources to an ever-growing community of consultants working in the nonprofit sector. www.roxannegreenstein.com
Roxanne Greenstein