I Can't Thank You Enough
Winning Stewardship Strategies For The
69 minutes, including Q & A
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Led by Marcy Heim, CFRE
When good stewardship is the key to good fundraising,
why don't we do more of it? Especially when we're worried
about losing donors?
Stewardship is more than a thank you note. Every
donor has a hand in our every success. Our
job is both building better donors and retaining them.
The best prospects for future gifts
are current donors. Well, yes, BUT the real reason for good
stewardship is really . . . it is the right thing to do.
So why is stewardship
often just an afterthought instead of an integral part of our development
In our seminar I'll contrast stewarding the donor with stewarding
the gift and how this fits into your overall and specific prospect
Learn to retain and grow your donors in a tough economy!
I’ll discuss ongoing stewardship as part of enhancing
major gift relationships and increasing our giver’s connectivity
and enjoyment in their philanthropy.
We will highlight elements
of a thoughtful stewardship plan that serves donors across the
- Learn the key elements of a thoughtful stewardship plan.
- Hear examples of how good stewardship is practiced.
- Discover the importance of donor satisfaction and how to satisfy
- Get new insights and strategies for retaining your donors.
Who Should Attend:
Development directors, development staff, major gift chairs, board members, major
About Marcy Heim, CFRE:
Marcy Heim is widely recognized as an excellent and entertaining
presenter. She combines her experience with a large, public research
university, a small independent school and a variety of clients
into thoughtful workshops, seminars and consulting.
Marcy’s teaching reflects over twenty years of first hand
experience. She served as the Senior Director of Development for
the University of Wisconsin Foundation where she managed constituency
development staff and programs for the College of Agricultural
and Life Sciences. Her unit experienced twenty-fold giving growth
and completed a $50,000,000 campaign under her leadership. In addition,
Marcy coordinated the regional development efforts for the UW-Madison
in the Pacific Northwest for 10 years.
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