Registration for this workshop is currently full but we are offering more dates for duplicate workshops on our Event Calendar.
As we all grapple with consequences and ripple effects from the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s important to adapt fundraising efforts and identify actions that will best position and support organizations. During this time together, we’ll discuss options to guide your fundraising and donor communications, as well as ways to identify opportunities amid the challenges. We will have plenty of time for questions.
Please grab your coffee mug, and join the presentation about these specific topics:
- Assessing and pivoting campaigns
- Reviewing and reframing messages
- Creative programming alternatives
- Funding available through the CARES Act
Jacqueline Rossow, Principal, Jacqueline Rossow Consulting
For over 20 years, Jacqueline has been a philanthropy and organizational consultant for large and small nonprofits, including Carnegie Hall, St. John’s University School of Law, Encinitas Union School District Farm Lab, City Ballet of San Diego, La Colonia de Eden Gardens Foundation, and Burundi Friends International. Through her work on annual giving, capital campaigns, planned giving, and endowments Jacqueline works hand in hand with her clients to help them build stronger, more sustainable organizations with diverse bases of support. Jacqueline has been a regular presenter for University of San Diego’s Nonprofit Institute.
Sharyn Goodson, Vice President, Philanthropy & Organizational Development, Leichtag Foundation
Sharyn manages grantmaking, philanthropic strategies and partnerships, as well as organizational development efforts for the Foundation. She previously served as Vice President of Philanthropy at the Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego, managing its philanthropy programs, major family funds and foundations. Prior to that, Sharyn was Director of Grants of Jewish Family Service of San Diego and Program Director of the Aspen Community Foundation. Sharyn holds the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) credential.