The San Diego Nonprofit Leadership Forum Presents
Let’s Have Lunch: The Art of Face-to-Face Fundraising with Tom Iselin
The San Diego Nonprofit Leadership Forum was established with the help of TAG, First Republic Bank, Nonprofit Management Solutions and The San Diego Foundation to offer quarterly educational presentations to enhance the success of San Diego nonprofit organizations.
Join us for a complimentary lunch and high-energy workshop featuring Nonprofit Strategist, Author, Speaker and Leadership Motivator, Tom Iselin.
Date: Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
Time: 11:30AM – 1:00PM
Location: The San Diego Foundation: 2508 Historic Decatur Road, San Diego, CA 92106
In this free “lunch and learn” session, noted speaker and author, Tom Iselin will help you rethink grants and galas, and show you how you can raise more money with fewer resources and headaches by spending more time raising money in face-to-face meetings.
- What are the best tactics to use to get donors to say “yes” to your asks?
- How do you avoid common mistakes that turn off donors?
- How do you raise money in a competitive environment?
- How do you transform first-time donors into loyal, long-time supporters?
Get answers to these and other questions when Tom shares more than a dozen of his favorite strategies and practical tactics for transforming your fundraising efforts.
Everyone attending will receive a free copy of Tom’s two latest books (a $50 value):
- Cloudburst – A Rainmaker’s Guide to Fearless Fundraising and Exceptional Donor Stewardship
- First Things First – A Leadership Guide to Building a Gold Standard Nonprofit
About Tom Iselin:
In his career as a social entrepreneur, Tom has helped to start or help build several nonprofit organizations from the ground up. In addition to running a nonprofit consulting business that specializes in culture, fundraising, organizational development, and board development, Tom has written six books and tours around the country speaking to thousands of nonprofit leaders each year on a variety of topics with his gritty, enthusiastic, and engaging “Been in the trenches just like you!” style. He has been featured on CNN, Nightline, and in Newsweek.
In an increasingly competitive environment, the financial statements are growing to be as important as the cause when it comes to fundraising and grants. Nonprofit accounting and reporting is complex and organizations cannot always justify the budget of a robust internal staff. TAG can help mitigate that problem by offering outsourced nonprofit accounting services.
Non Profit Accounting & Software Services:
- Outsourced Accounting Services
- Outsourced Controller
- Outsourced Bookkeeping
- Restricted Donations and Endowments
- Grant Compliance
- Fund Accounting
- Internal Controls
- Audit and Tax Assistance
- Research on TAX and GAAP Issues
- Accounting Software Consulting
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