Mission and Fundraising in Church Planting
As a church planter, you have so many roles to juggle – community builder, disciple encourager, worship planner, leader developer, report writer, expectation manager… AND you have to raise money, too! Nothing will deplete your energy or stress you more than the anxiety that comes from reaching toward that elusive goal of “sustainability.”
Bring your entire leadership team and learn the basics of nonprofit fund development (fundraising) that will help you in the quest for sustainability. Explore how a development process and the science of fundraising builds relationships that cultivates donors, leaders, advocates, cheerleaders AND disciples! Apply these practices to your context and come away with resources and tools for this important (and often maddening/tedious/intimidating/frustrating) work of fundraising.
Saturday, Oct 22, 2016
8:30 am to 4:00pm
- Basics: Sustainability, Stewardship & Fundraising
- Fundraising & Relationship Building
- The Hardest Part - Making The “Ask”
- Thanking & Inspiring
- Laying the Groundwork
- Tools & Resources: Getting Started
Nora Ortiz Fredrick, CFRE
works with nonprofits to build their capacity to do their mission by fostering great relationships with their donors, foundations, business and corporate leaders. She is a seminary-educated laywoman, a church stewardship educator and has church planting experience in the Alaska UM Conference.