TERM: Thursdays ~ September 22nd - November 10th
LOCATION: Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto, 155 College Street, Room 270, Toronto, Ontario M5T 1P8 ~ MAP
TIME: 6:00 - 9:00 pm
COST: Members: $450, Non-Members: $550 (+ HST)

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The AFP Fundamentals of Fundraising Course is composed of seven modules that have been designed by experienced fundraising professionals to meet the real-world needs and challenges nonprofit organizations face every day.This program includes case studies and projects for groups and individuals, making the learning experience both substantive and enjoyable. This intensive program offers a complete overview of the development function, featuring the most current information and techniques. The course will provide an overview of skills, techniques, and program components for individuals with 0 to 4 years of fundraising experience.

Modules - View detailed descriptions of the modules

  • Module 1 (Overview of Fundraising)
  • Module 2 (Developing an Integrated Fundraising Program)
  • Module 3 (Marketing for Ongoing Success)
  • Module 4 (Building & Sustaining Relationships)
  • Module 5 (Securing the Gift)
  • Module 6 (Volunteers - Partners in Fundraising)
  • Module 7 (Management & Accountability)
  • Week 8 - Wrap-up, discussion, Q & A

The full program qualifies for 16 points towards CFRE education requirements.

Speakers
Elisa Williams Schroen, CFRE

Senior Donor Relations Officer

Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

After graduating from the Fundraising & Volunteer Management post-graduate program at Humber College in 2004, Elisa became part of the Leadership Giving team at the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation, where she raised $2 million annually in small gifts towards cancer research. In 2008, Elisa obtained her CFRE designation. Since 2008, she has managed stewardship operations for the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine, where she recently implemented the first comprehensive donor recognition program for the Faculty of Medicine. Elisa is responsible for all aspects of donor stewardship, including all physical recognition, written stewardship reports and creating meaningful experiences for donors. Elisa is the mother of 3 babies: Peter, William, and the Donor Recognition Wall in the Medical Sciences Building.