January 15 – Is a Campaign a Conquest? Or a Cause?

January Education Program Announcement

 “Is a Campaign a Conquest? Or a Cause?”

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Optional Pre-Lunch Session:
“The Importance of Nominating Donors”

Luncheon Program:
“Is a Campaign a Conquest? Or a Cause?”

10:45-11:00  Registration for Pre-Lunch Session
11:00-11:45 Pre-Lunch Program
11:30-Noon Registration for Lunch Session
Noon-1:15 PM Lunch Program

11:00 – 11:45AM
Optional Pre-Lunch Program
Approved for 1 CFRE Credit
The Importance of Nominating Donors

The session will include a discussion of the benefits of recognizing donors by nominating them for community awards.  The conversation will include details on the National Philanthropy Day nomination process, as well as a summary of information on other community awards in Central Ohio that every development professional will want on their radar.

Presenters: Joanne Spoth, CFRE, and Hilary Stone

Noon – 1:15PM  
Lunch Program 
Approved for 1 CFRE Credit

“Is a Campaign a Conquest?
Or a Cause?”

Is your fundraising designed to achieve an aggressive dollar target no matter what? From eye-popping “billion-dollar campaigns” to small-scale fundraising efforts, conquest campaigns are driven by achieving a goal. Or are you and your donors driven by a desire to serve the common good? Fundraising for a cause means focusing on impact. We’ll explore the attributes of conquest and cause fundraising and help identify the combination that will best serve your organization’s goals.

Presenter, Laura J. MacDonald, CFRE
President, Benefactor Group

The Boat House Restaurant
679 W Spring St, Columbus, OH 43215
Registration Fee:
$25 for AFP Members
$45 for Guests
Buffet lunch provided
RSVP Deadline is Noon on Thursday, January 10
To RSVP you must register online in advance.
No late RSVPs and no walk-ins.

When you register online you will receive two immediate emails – a Confirmation and a Receipt.
If you do not receive these emails, you are not registered.
Cancellation and Refund Policy:
Cancellations received in writing by the RSVP deadline are eligible for a full refund.  Cancellations received after the deadline will not be eligible for refunds as we will have already made a commitment to purchase your meal. You may, however, send a substitute guest.