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Tuesday, October 7 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Small Shops Can Do Major Gifts! And, Don't Let Anyone Tell You DIfferently!

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Without major gift development, no nonprofit organization can survive. Even if you are by yourself or in a small development operation, you can and MUST spend time identifying, cultivating, and asking for major gifts. This session will show you how one organization weathered a major crisis, went from a large development staff to essentially one person, and still makes major gift development a priority in its fund raising strategy. You will leave the session motivated, and with a task list guiding your next steps toward larger gifts.


Moderators
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Br. Hugh Turley, FMS, CFRE

Co-Director of Development, The Marist Brothers

Speakers
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Eddie Bauer

President, The Bauer Group, LLC
As President of The Bauer Group, LLC, NCDC Corporate Partner, Edward Bauer assists clients with start-up operations, strategic planning for development, annual and capital campaigns, grantsmanship, and communications. His specialty is major gift development – focusing non-profit organizations on building the donor relationships that lead to larger gifts. He began his career with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in 1986 and... Read More →
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Fr. Manuel Williams, C.R., CFRE

Director/CEO, Resurrection Catholic Missions
Fr. Williams has served as Director of Resurrection Catholic Missions and Pastor of Resurrection Catholic Church since 1990. He has lectured on fundraising and development, and African-American Catholic spirituality and history. Father Williams currently serves on the boards of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and Gordon Technical High School. He previously served as chair of the Montgomery AIDS Outreach Board, on the NCDC Board and as Co-Chair... Read More →


Tuesday October 7, 2014 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Salon G

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