Loudoun Nonprofit Academy: Asking for Money in Person

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The Most Powerful Form of Fundraising

Contributions from individuals continues to be one of the most significant sources of income for nonprofits. Yet for many nonprofit staff and volunteers, asking for an individual gift can be intimidating without the right tools. In this workshop, participants will lear the six elements of a cultivation plan: who makes the ask, what is a case statement, building your list, how much to ask for, making The Ask, and following up.

Amy Owen, and her husband, Don, live near Unison, Virginia, Loudoun County. She graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental Studies from the University of Alabama and received her Master’s Degree in Interpersonal Communications from West Virginia University.

The majority of her professional career has been in nonprofit management.

For more than 10 years, she managed and directed fundraising programs for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy based in Harpers Ferry, WV.

She served as a circuit rider to some 25 West Virginia community foundations providing support for their emerging policy and fundraising efforts with the West Virginia Community Foundations Consortium.

Speaker

Amy Owen

Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties

SIGNATURE SPONSOR   $3,000

  • Year-long logo recognition on all marketing
  • Opportunity to offer up to 3 minutes remarks from the podium
  • Four tickets to each event, including Nonprofit
  • Academy workshops
  • Display table

NONPROFIT ACADEMY SERIES SPONSOR  $2,000
Opportunity to introduce speaker and offer a three-minutes of remarks from the podium at each of the four workshops

  • Year-long logo recognition on all marketing
  • Four tickets to each event
  • Display table

 

 

 

 

PLATINUM SERIES SPONSOR  $1,000

  • Year-long logo recognition on all marketing
  • Two tickets to each event
  • Display table

NPI SIGNATURE EVENT SPOTLIGHT SPONSOR  $750

  • Opportunity to introduce speaker and offer up to 3 minutes of remarks from podium
  • Logo recognition on all marketing
  • Two tickets to event
  • Brochure placement at each attendee seat
  • Display table

EXHIBITORS   $99

  • Event recognition
  • One complimentary seat at each event
  • Display table

 

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