Contemporary Trends in the Nonprofit Sector: The Impact on Fundraising (Elective Course)
The pro and the con of this class is that it is ever changing. Environmental, economic, political, generational, and ethical issues are creating a paradigm shift in philanthropy. One major issue today is technology, technology is allowing us to do more and to reach more, faster and faster; and the fundraising community hopes to take advantage of these benefits. This class explores the use and influence of technology on fundraising, considering the value of emerging practices and their potential with respect to the fund development process. The class also explores the myriad of ever changing trends, such as network structures, demographics, collaboration, and how they impact fundraising as well as ethical concerns in this evolving world.
This Elective course is held over two days. Next session will be held on:
Date: Fall Semester 2018 offering: Sept. 7 & Oct. 6, 2018 (Friday/Saturday classes)
All classes meet from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Applied Project: Students will design a fundraising plan that utilizes technology.
Fee Information: The fee for this class is $280. If you are interested in taking this course for graduate credit, click here to get more information on UMKC registration requirements and graduate fees.
Facilitators: Cindy Laufer, MPA, Adjunct Instructor and Program Coordinator at the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Jennifer Wampler, MBA, CFRE, Chief Development Officer at Kansas City Ballet and Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership.
Textbook Information: There are no required textbooks for this course.
Location: University of Missouri - Kansas City (UMKC), Bloch Heritage Hall, 5110 Cherry Street, Room 4, Kansas City, Missouri.
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.