Organizing for Successful Fundraising (Core Course)
Most organizations are unsuccessful with their fund raising efforts, not because their cause isn’t worthy of support, but because they simply are not organized to fund raise. This course covers the basic elements of a mission statement, preparing the case for support, the roles of staff and board, the various legal issues involved and what different types of donors look for in a proposal. Enrollees also learn how to computerize agency fund raising records.
This Core course is held over four days. Next session will be held on:
Date: Winter 2014 Semester: January 24-25 & February 21-22, 2014 Note: this course is full for this semester (Space still available in the Fall 2014 semester offering).
Fall 2014 Semester: Aug. 22-23 & Sept. 12-13, 2014
All classes meet from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Applied Project: Agency mission statement and case statement
Fee Information: The course fee for this core class is $520. Credit/Non-Credit Options available for this course. To view a graduate credit fee schedule, click here.
Faculty: Tom Vansaghi, Ph.D., Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership and UMKC adjunct professor.
Location: University of Missouri - Kansas City (UMKC), Bloch School of Business & Public Administration, 5110 Cherry Street, Room 4, Kansas City, Missouri.
Textbook Information: Please note the two core courses use the same required textbooks:
Achieving Excellence in Fundraising Eugene R. Tempel (Editor), Timothy L. Seiler (Editor), and Eva E. Aldrich (Editor) Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 3 Edition ISBN: 9780470551738
It will be available at the UMKC University Bookstore located in the Student Union (5100 Cherry Street) by the beginning of the semester. You will find it in the Public Administration section (PA 5555A or B).
Registration Form (PDF)
Full refunds will be given when cancellations are made at least five working days before the first class session. A $50 cancellation fee will be deducted from refunds when notification occurs fewer than five working days before class begins. No refunds will be made after the first session has begun.