A Little Time Management Can Yield Big Gifts - 03-14-2019 Newsletter

Learn a new system now and enjoy the rewards later

March 15, 2019

Using Technology to Manage Relationships

Monday, March 25, 2019
11:30 a.m. Registration and Networking
12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Program

Pacific Science Center

$30 Members | $45 Non-members | $55 Walk-ins


Mike Ritter
Director of Development Pasado's Safe Haven
Kate McMullen
Major Gifts Officer Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest

With all the database tools and time management apps available, how does a fundraiser figure out what to use? It’s overwhelming – who has time for time management?

Mike Ritter, Director of Development at Pasado’s Safe Haven, and Kate McMullen, Major Gifts Officer at Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands, have made the time for you. In this brown bag lunch session, you will hear how they are successfully using their databases and time management tools to elevate their fundraising.

You will learn strategies to help you better utilize your database functions to plan and track donor activities, about systems to help automate customized donor communications, and how to develop plans with actionable steps for colleagues, leadership, and board members.

$30 Members
$45 Non-members
$55 Walk-ins

This is a brown bag lunch session. Please bring your own lunch. You can also pick up a lunch at the Pacific Science Center café. 

Last Chance to Nominate for the Professional Achievement Award

The deadline is tomorrow, Friday, March 15 at 5 p.m.

Which of your fundraising peers demonstrates the highest professional standards, personal integrity, and whose work has made a clear difference in philanthropic missions across our community? 



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