Workshops Committee Programs Management Training Series Library Leadership Ohio
 
The Buck Starts Here: Fundraising for Friends and Trustees
Saturday, March 29, 2003
9:30:00 AM - 12:30:00 PM

Location:
Hilton Garden Inn - Twinsburg

Cost:
$40 CAMLS Members
$40 Affiliate Members
$80 Non-members
Free for guests/speakers

Deadline: Saturday, March 22, 2003
Limit: 35
Registered Now: 21
Contact Hours: 3

**Notes:
Fee includes breakfast and materials.

As government funds continue to dwindle, obtaining necessary financial resources becomes more challenging, and perhaps never so vital to the future of libraries. This CAMLS – NOLA, half-day workshop will provide an overview of many proven fundraising techniques. Both traditional and unorthodox methods will be examined, and fundraising and development professional Kathryn Lima will clarify the roles that directors, trustees and friends groups can play in raising new dollars.

A spirited, team approach has never been more crucial, so bring the representatives from your Board of Trustees and Friends group. Everyone will leave with a better understanding of how to make the team more effective, new ideas for fundraising and a renewed commitment to success.

Course Content

  • What is fundraising and how is it different from what we do now?
  • The roles of paid staff, volunteers, trustees, friends groups
  • Professional fundraisers
  • Elements of a comprehensive fundraising plan
  • Group idea-sharing session
Audience: Directors, Trustees, Friends, and anyone associated with development and fundraising
Presenter:
Kathryn L. Lima Although trained as a teacher, Kathy Lima left the classroom after six years and since has worked in all aspects of marketing, sales, media and fundraising for both for business and nonprofit organizations.

She has extensive experience in writing successful foundation and government grant proposals and is particularly attuned to the development challenges faced by small organizations. As Director of Major Gifts for a small college, Kathy cultivated the most successful capital campaign in the college’s history. She also has experience working with large organizations, having served five years as Vice President for Community Development and President of the Foundation for a two-hospital system with over 1,000 employees. Today, Kathy is President of Faro Enterprises which provides business development and fundraising services, consulting, training and workshops throughout the United States.

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