Led by Kay Sprinkel Grace, CFRE
Fundraising -- and especially major
giving -- is not about money, it is about relationships.
nurturing, sustaining and retaining relationships with people who
can become your major investors are critical tasks for ensuring
long term community impact.
Kay Sprinkel Grace will offer insights
and strategies for creating a major giving program that is right
for your organization.
Matching donors and dreams is as individual
as your mission and vision, and is based on the values communities
share with nonprofits both large and small.
- Impact, Investment,
Involvement, Issues & Innovation -- Learn about
these key motivators for today's major donors.
- Discover how to move from Transaction
to Transformation in your giving programs.
- Get new insights and strategies for strengthening
your major gifts and other fund development programs.
Who Should Attend:
Devlopment directors, development staff, major gift chairs, board members, major
What People Said About This Seminar
"I liked the Q&A and would like more time alloted to
The Alliance for Children's Rights
"The handout was excellent."
"One of the most valuable things she said spoke to how an
organization defines itself through its vision."
The Crossnore School
"The link between relationship based major donor fundraising
and values -- building the relationship around shared values --
[is] so obvious but [was] driven home in a powerful way."
U. S. Fund for UNICEF
About Kay Sprinkel Grace:
Kay Sprinkel Grace, CFRE, is a San Francisco-based organizational
consultant, providing workshops and consultation to local, regional,
national and international organizations in strategic planning,
case and board development, staff development, and other issues
related to leadership of the fund raising process. From 2004 through
2006 she has served as principal
external consultant to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s
Major Giving Initiative in which 114 public television licensees
Kay speaks nationally at a variety of conferences including AFP,
AHP and DMA. In recent years she has been a featured presenter
at the Fundraising Institute Australia in Canberra, the Swedish
Fundraising Council in Stockholm and the International Fund Raising
Conference (and will be again in 2006) in The Netherlands, and
in 2005 she was a presenter at the AFP Toronto Congress. She was
honored as "Outstanding Fund Raising Executive" by the
Golden Gate Chapter of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives
(now AFP) in 1992.
She is the author of five books:
- Beyond Fund Raising: New
Strategies for Nonprofit Innovation and Investment,
1997 & 2005
- High Impact Philanthropy: How Donors,
Boards, and Nonprofit Organizations Can Transform Communities,
co-author, with Alan Wendroff, 2001
You Must Know to Excel at Fundraising Today,
- The Ultimate Board Member’s Book,
- Fundraising Mistakes That Bedevil All Boards,
Kay is a regular
columnist for the bi-monthly publication, Contributions and has
contributed chapters to several books including both editions of
Achieving Excellence in Fund Raising by Henry A. Rosso and Associates
(1987 and 2003), Taking Fund Raising Seriously, and Taking Trusteeship
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