Struggling to take your organization to the next level in fundraising? Unsure of how to proceed or which areas to focus on first? Needing to modify the culture within your organization to one that more robustly supports your fund development? Looking for ways to bring your board and/or Executive Director along on the journey? Consider attending this session. The title might say ‘Audit’, but it’s really an assessment tool. Be prepared to be inspired as you discover pathways to the answers you’ve been looking to unblock progress inside your organization and lead you to more robust fundraising. Large or small, the organizational cultural assessment tool will help you become more effective in raising money for your organization.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understanding the importance of periodically taking stock of your current fundraising performance and operations
  2. Understanding how an objective comparative audit can provide insight into how to set enhancement priorities and build consensus within an organization
  3. Understanding how to implement the development audit in an organization, and interpret the results to staff and volunteers

Guy Mallabone, CFRE


Global Philanthropic Inc

Internationally recognized leader in the philanthropic profession – as a consultant, volunteer, teacher, presenter and practitioner.  He has 36 years’ experience as a fundraising professional and has worked the Arts & Culture, Social Services sectors, and Higher Education sectors.   He currently serves as President for Global Philanthropic, an international fundraising consultancy advising non-profit organizations large and small.  Guy also serves as Adjunct Professor for the Masters Program in Fundraising at the University of Bologna, Italy, and Chairs Canada Advancing Philanthropy, a national professional advocacy committee.  Guy held former Board postings with the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the CFRE Professional Certification Board. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters of Philanthropy & Development.