We are all anxious about the uncertain times we are experiencing together. However, we must continue to seek ways to move forward and be confident that our work as artists and arts organizations is just as important, if not more so, than ever before. Please join us to learn about how to use this unique time to build your message for more effective communication and develop fundraising tools.
Topics will include:
Building a Case for Support
Building a Portfolio of Potential Donors
Creating a Timeline
Building a Communication Plan ...... and more.
Speaker: ALLISON CAGLEY, CFRE
Allison Cagley is the executive director of Friends of Sacramento Arts, a nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring arts education in the Sacramento County public K-12 schools by providing funding, advocacy and strategic partnerships. For the past 30+ years, Allison has dedicated herself to furthering the mission of arts and culture and education nonprofit organizations as a fund development professional. Her past experiences include working for Broadway Sacramento, Sacramento Science Center (now the Powerhouse Science Center), Christian Brothers High School and California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom. Allison also worked for several years as an independent consultant focusing on fund development, strategic planning, board development and grant research. Allison received her Certification as a Fundraising Executive in 1993 (CFRE), is past president of Sacramento chapter of Association of Fundraising Professionals. She is a member of the Rotary Club of Sacramento. Allison has been a workshop presenter for California Lawyers for the Arts for many years.
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