Fundraising in Nonprofits: Challenges and Opportunities (MSP-661) engages the student in the study of fundraising infrastructure, methods and planning. Starting with philanthropy and universal fundraising concepts, the student then analyzes techniques such as direct mail, email, social media, special events, earned income, corporate giving, major gifts and planned giving. The course is completed with the student creating his/her own fundraising plan based on an organization identified by the student.
This is an online, academic, graduate level class, usually taught by the founder of Nonprofit.Courses, Matt Hugg.
Thomas Edison State University is New Jersey’s public, fully accredited, online university created to meet the needs of adult learners.
Who should take this class? Staff, board members and volunteers of nonprofit organizations, consultants interested in learning about fundraising and why people give to nonprofits, or people interested in building fundraising skills for a nonprofit career.
This class may be taken independently, as part of Thomas Edison’s Graduate Certificate in Fundraising and Development, or toward a Masters of Public Service Leadership.
For more information, Contact: Ann Prime-Monaghan, Associate Dean of the Watson School of Public Service, firstname.lastname@example.org, 609-777-4351 x221