Date(s) - September 21, 2022
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Common Good VT is pleased to partner with the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits to present this shared webinar. Please contact [email protected] with questions about this event.
Managing relationships with donors is time-intensive work that most of us, especially in small or grassroots nonprofits, don’t feel equipped to do well. “Where should I start? What should I say? Who should I talk to? And, with what time?!”
In this two-hour session, we’ll dig into these questions and craft a plan specific to your needs and capacity. Participants will identify key players in their network, brainstorm strategies for bringing them closer to the work and create a game plan for efficiently managing these relationships.
Whether you’re doing donor cultivation for the first time or re-evaluating your current approach, you’ll leave this workshop with a plan that makes the most of your limited time and resources.
Note: Use code the NCN to register at the discounted member rate.
- This virtual event will take place on the Zoom platform. Your access link will be emailed to you the day before the event after 12 p.m.
- This session will be recorded. The recording will be made available to registrants after the live event.
- Captioning is provided automatically through Zoom. For information on requesting CART, ASL, or another accommodation, please visit our Registration Policies page.
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Mallory Mitchell is the resource mobilization director at Black Visions, where she leads the community organization’s fundraising efforts. Previously, she worked in fundraising positions at GiveMN, Metropolitan State University, and the Urban League Twin Cities.
Originally from Alabama, Mallory earned her bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Montevallo and her master’s degree in public policy from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
Over the course of her career, she has developed a special interest in addressing issues of racial equity in philanthropy. When she’s not working, you can find Mallory practicing yoga, scrolling through Twitter, and buying more candles than one person could ever need.