The “Art and Soul” in Funds Development and The Moment We’re In: Preparing for Current and Future Trends
About the Event
This session will feature core lessons and how-to’s from the legacy Fundraising and Development conference and expand into current and future trends. Join to learn about generational transfer of wealth, lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, and promising strategies that nonprofit organizations can use to adapt to the changing times.
- Don Gray, former Vice President for Principal Gifts, University of Wisconsin Foundation
- Michael Johnson, President and CEO, Boys and Girls Club of Dane County
- Mary Beth Collins, Executive Director, Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (the CommNS) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Tony Shields, President and CEO, Wisconsin Philanthropy Network
This event is part of a full series that AFP Greater Madison is offering in partnership with UW Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (“The CommNS”). To see full details of the event, please visit their website.
Conference Cost Details
$300 for the full 7-part series (Register for the full series here.)
$50 a la carte options for session 1-6
$100 a la carte option for session 7 (grant writing workshop)