Does your nonprofit need more money?
If so, join Val Jones for "Nonprofit Hero, Five Easy Steps to Successful Board Fundraising."
Learn how your board and staff can ask for gifts in ways that play to their strengths and get results!
Terri will help you learn how to expand your base of prospects. This exciting event is perfect for nonprofit CEO's, Board Members, and Fundraisers.
Terri DeBoo Ideas@Work presents:
Valerie M Jones
Author of "NONPROFIT HERO"
In Charlotte for one day only!
NOVEMBER 14th 7:30-11:30 am
Continental Breakfast served
FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES BY MARRIOTT CHARLOTTE UPTOWN
201 South McDowell Street, Charlotte, NC, 28204
Valerie M. Jones, CFRE, has raised $175+ million, addressed audiences from Baltimore to Beijing and coached more than 5,000 leaders to ask authentically, comfortably and successfully for their causes. In addition to running her boutique consulting firm, she volunteers extensively, serving nonprofits as president, chair, board member, and committee member. Amazon named her book, Nonprofit Hero, one of its Top Ten New Releases for Nonprofits.
Her method works. Trained boards report they’re more comfortable and willing to fundraise, intend to ask for bigger gifts and contact prospects sooner. Funny, memorable and eminently pragmatic, you’ll remember key points long after the training’s over.
Attendees will learn how to:
Honor their fears. Surprisingly, these contain their personal prescription for success.
Follow five easy steps, starting with thanking, not asking, and with donors, not prospects.
Cast themselves as stars, finding the steps they’ll most enjoy and at which they’ll excel.
Discover their asking personality, including how they should and shouldn’t ask.
Get in the right frame of mind to show up ready for “yes,” not braced for “no.”
Terri DeBoo is the owner of Terri DeBoo Ideas@Work. Highly networked, Terri uses her talents to connect business, non-profit, and government entities for better relationship and business building opportunities.
Terri was named 2007 Charlotte Business Woman of the Year finalist by Queens University and Wachovia Corporation. In 2009 & 2016, Mecklenburg Times named Terri as one of the “50 Most Influential Women”. Terri was highly honored when named The AFPs’ 2013 “Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year.”
As a volunteer, Terri has raised over $3+million for the Charlotte region. Along with the Jamie Kimble Foundation for Courage Board of Directors, Terri has served or is serving as chair of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Blumenthal Performing Arts Development Campaign, Chairman Charlotte International Cabinet, Chair of WTVI Friends Board, Rotary Youth Exchange Board District 7680, Rotary Charlotte Club Board, to name a few.
Terri’s company, helps companies grow through convergence, integration and connection; building strategies and utilizing Networking, Sales, Business Development, and Customer Service Training.