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The Center for Philanthropy at Indiana University Principles & Techniques of Fundraising 1st-Ever Austin Course Offering
Austin AFP and Indiana University

May, 2011

The Center for Philanthropy at Indiana University
Principles & Techniques of Fundraising
1st-Ever Austin Course Offering

June 13 - 17, 2011

Register Online Now

AFP Greater Austin, in partnership with the Austin Community Foundation, and housed by The Long Center for the Performing Arts, is excited to announce the Center for Philanthropy at Indiana University’s dynamic ‘Principles & Technique of Fundraising’ course in Austin!

Principles & Techniques is Indiana University's baseline course for all of The Fund Raising School courses.  The course will be taught by IU Center for Philanthropy Faculty members, Dr. Tim Seiler and Deborah Eschenbacher, M.A.

Recognized internationally, Principles & Techniques gives you the foundation and inspiration to lead your nonprofit to its financial goals. It provides you with the framework for operating a successful total development program. It is an intensive five-day, A-through-Z training program that is the basis for the rest of the School's courses.  Click here to see a video of this course

You'll Learn How To

  • Identify and validate prospective donors
  • Manage the fundraising process
  • Use research to match a donor's interests and needs with your nonprofit 's mission and goals
  • Build an annual fund donor base that keeps on giving
  • Manage the process of raising money
  • Recognize planned giving benefits to your donors and to your nonprofit
  • Structure a successful solicitation
  • Respond to challenges and ethical dilemmas with professional skill.

What You'll Receive

  • a comprehensive 700-page Study Guide plus an accompanying workbook
  • Gift club ideas
  • Board Strengths Inventory
  • Donor evaluation forms
  • Invaluable bibliography from the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University
  • Formulas for establishing best-practice benchmarks
  • A chance to network and build long-lasting, cross-mentoring relationships with other professionals.
  • The Fundraising Cube

Register Online Now.  Payments must be paid in full by June 1, 2011.  No refunds or cancellations will made after June 1, 2011.  A select number of partial scholarships are available.  Click here to apply - deadline to apply for scholarship is May 1, 2011.      

If you prefer to pay by check, please print this form and mail with payment to AFP Greater Austin, PO Box 300302, Austin, TX  78703. 


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