Attend an informational session and find out how AEBI can benefit your organization
Is your organization serious about building an organizational endowment and developing a planned giving program? Find out more about how the Arizona Endowment Building Institute can guide your nonprofit organization to the next level during an informational session led by Judi Smith, ACF Director of Planned Giving.
Before a nonprofit can participate in an AEBI training program, a representative of the organization must attend an informational session. Since the content for each of the sessions we have scheduled for this spring is the same, you can register for the date that best fits your schedule.
AEBI INFORMATIONAL SESSION 1 - APRIL 13
Thursday, April 13
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
Debi Bisgrove Community Philanthropy Center at ACF
2201 E. Camelback Road, Suite 405B, Phoenix
AEBI INFORMATIONAL SESSION 2 - MAY 15
Monday, May 15
2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
AEBI INFORMATIONAL SESSION 3 - MAY 25
Thursday, May 25
AEBI INFORMATIONAL SESSION 4 - JUNE 13
Tuesday, June 13
The Arizona Endowment Building Institute helps nonprofit organizations plan for financial stability. Find out how at www.azfoundation.org/AEBI.
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Do you communicate to everyone in your database the same way? You can't craft a compelling message or story if you don't know who you're talking to. Effective storytelling starts with matching your message to your audience. When we don't segment our messaging, we set ourselves up for failure. In this presentation, Steven Shattuck - Chief Engagement Officer at Bloomerang - will share some of his favorite strategies for segmenting your donors and other constituents in your database.
When & Where
Wednesday, April 5
Time: 11:30am - 1:30pm
Location: 24th Street Conference Center
1841 N 24th St #10, Phoenix, AZ 85008
* New luncheon format! We encourage you to arrive at 11:30 for the open buffet and table discussion portion of the luncheon. From 11:30-12:00 we will have table discussions to share with each other our best practices, tips and tricks for donor stewardship. Come prepared to share a technique that works well for you, or ask the table to provide suggestions for a challenge you may be experiencing. Expand your network. Share best practices. Enjoy open discussion on topics that matter to you.
AFP Member - $30.00 / Nonmember - $45.00
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*On-site registration: $15.00 additional for both members and non-members. AFP encourages you to pre-register for the luncheon prior to the deadline of 12 noon on Tuesday, April 4. If registering on-site the day of the luncheon, please note the cost increase and that we cannot guarantee a meal. ALL No shows will be charged. Thank you for your cooperation.
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Join us for Planned Giving 102
The Arizona Community Foundation Center for Planned Giving invites you to join us for the next workshop in the Planned Giving 100 Series.
Planned Giving 102, Plan Ahead for Success: Building a Basic Planned Giving Program, will cover the following topics:
Policy considerations for starting your program
Considering staffing responsibilities
Easy planned gifts you want to seek
Utilizing volunteers in your program
PLANNED GIVING 102
Plan Ahead for Success: Building a Basic Planned Giving Program
Friday, February 10
11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Lunch will be served
This is the only Planned Giving 102 session planned for 2017. The session is free, but you must register online to participate.
The Planned Giving 100 Series emphasizes the basics of planned giving and endowment building for development staff at nonprofit organizations throughout Arizona. Workshops are led by ACF's Director of Planned Giving Judi Smith, CFRE, who has 30 years of experience working with a broad range of nonprofits.
Many organizations are under constant pressure to increase results with fewer development staff. This session will focus on best practices for sharing responsibilities in any development office, from a one-person operation to a highly specialized department. Drawing on specific case studies from across non-profit sectors, this presentation will also address how teamwork and solid volunteer engagement and management can be leveraged to maximize the impact of every development staff role in fundraising.
Wednesday, February 1
*On-site registration: $15.00 additional for both members and non-members. AFP encourages you to pre-register for the luncheon prior to the deadline of 12 noon on Tuesday, January 31. If registering on-site the day of the luncheon, please note the cost increase and that the hotel cannot guarantee a meal. ALL No shows will be charged. Thank you for your cooperation.
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Join us for the Because We Care Community Forum and Resource Fair
The Arizona Community Foundation's Black Philanthropy Initiative and the Center for LGBTQ Philanthropy, along with 11 other community collaborators invite you to an evening of entertainment and impactful information. HIV, one of the greatest healthcare issues impacting Arizona's black community, takes center stage at the Because We Care Community Forum and Resource Fair. Join us in spreading this urgent call to action Because We Care.
During the Community Forum, a host of advocates including Mayor Greg Stanton, faith-based leaders, survivors, artists, and medical experts will deliver messages of hope, provide information about testing and linkage to care, and mobilize the community into action. Onsite mobile testing will be offered at the Resource Fair, along with other information and services.
BECAUSE WE CARE COMMUNITY FORUM
Wednesday, March 1
4:30 to 5:30 p.m. -- Resource Fair
5:30 to 7:00 p.m. -- Community Forum
222 E. Monroe Street, Phoenix
There is no cost to attend, but we encourage you to
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