FDR-440 Fundraising for Nonprofits

Actively engages students in mastering the concepts and tools needed to help nonprofit organizations achieve their mission and objectives through well-established fundraising techniques. Students will learn how to assess an organization's fundraising capabilities, conduct prospect research, conduct an annual fund drive, solicit grants from corporations and foundations, cultivate and secure major gifts, design planned giving instruments to meet the needs of donors, carry out a capital campaign, and set up information technologies to track fundraising efforts and assist with the stewardship of gifts. The course emphasizes applications, and students will complete a fundraising plan during the semester for a specific organization of their choosing.

Advisory: Students will need access to Microsoft PowerPoint in order to produce their final project.

Study Methods:

     Online Courses (FDR-440-OL) Sep 2014 Oct 2014 Nov 2014 Dec 2014

Semester Hours: 3

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