Led by Robert B. Sharp, Ed.D.
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A remarkable economic shift has occurred
in the U.S. over the past five years -- one that already
impacts your major gift efforts, whether you know it or not.
This shift, that has dramatically transformed the classic
rules of fundraising, has occurred among
high net worth individuals.
Successful major gift fundraising requires that we refocus our
major gift efforts.
Who Should Attend: Capital campaign directors,
major gift officers, campaign cabinet members, major gift chairs,
anyone contemplating a capital campaign or a seeking major gifts.
- A new understanding of where – and how – to focus
in both major gift and annual fundraising.
- How to identify the wealthiest of the wealthy within your constituency.
- A new understanding of how to be even more successful with
- How statistics are used to cloud the economic picture.
What People Said
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About Bob Sharp:
Dr. Sharp has more than 25 years of national consulting experience
in capital campaigns, annual funds, endowment campaigns, board
and leadership development, and strategic planning. He has counseled
hundreds of nonprofit organizations, helping them raise millions
of dollars in funding for a wide variety of purposes. He
is recognized as one of the leading fundraising professionals in
A frequent guest speaker at both the local and
national levels, he was honored as “Fund Raising Professional
of the Year” by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Dr. Sharp also teaches courses in fundraising for the El Pomar Foundation’s
nationally recognized Fellowship Program, where he addresses 21st
century challenges in philanthropy. Bob Sharp is a graduate
of Rutgers University, holds a Masters from Indiana University
and a Doctorate from the University of Wyoming.