Focus Areas for Effective Development

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Event:
Focus Areas for Effective Development
Start:
April 30, 2014 8:30 am
End:
April 30, 2014 11:30 am
Cost:
35.00
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Organizer:
Johnson County Community Foundation
Updated:
February 11, 2014
Venue:
Henderson Conference Room in the Johnson Center for Fine Arts at Franklin College
Phone:
317-738-8264
Address:
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101 Branigin Blvd., Franklin, IN, 46131, United States

As part of our 2014 Nurturing Nonprofits Learning Series, we’re going to look at Donor Development with Melanie J. Norton.

Focus Areas for Effective Development

Part one of this session will take a look at donor motivation and share the latest information on who gives and why.  How do you know where to focus your efforts and most effectively use these precious resources?  And how do you translate this focus into increased philanthropic dollars for your organization? 

Introducing Planned Giving into your donor conversations.  In the second half, you’ll discover tools and tips to help you provide the full range of giving opportunities to your donors and prospects.  As an important partner of major and annual giving, a robust planned giving program is a chief component of any development operation and a strong deferred gift pipeline provides financial stability for your organization. 

Cost is $35 per session

Time: 8:30am Continental Breakfast, 9:00 – 11:30am Program

To register, email tshuck@franklincollege.edu or call the LJC at 317-738-8264. 

About our Speaker, Melanie J. Norton, CFRE

Melanie offers a keen understanding of the legal, financial, and emotional dimensions of charitable giving.  Melanie served as Director of Gift Planning at DePauw, spearheading the oversight and administration of a gift planning program that exceeded $180 million in documented expectancies and boasted a planned giving honor society with more than 1,400 members. 

Melanie holds an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.  Prior to her work in development, she worked as an Assistant Vice President at Fifth Third Bank in the divisions of Trust and Investment Advisors and Retail Banking for seven years.  Melanie is the Treasurer of the national board of the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning (PPP).

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