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It starts with opening a "Licences and Certifications" page on your LinkedIn profile.
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Courses, Seminars, Workshops or Webinars Taught by Matt Hugg
The lucky get the least: Systematic Fundraising for Today’s Nonprofit
If you’ve ever said “if we get lucky“ when you’re talking about meeting your nonprofit fundraising goals, you’re going to fail. Experienced fundraisers know that luck plays a very small part in their success. Successful fundraisers are systematic, using the best tools and science available to them today. And what’s better? You don’t have to buy fancy technology or spend hours researching the answers.
In this thoughtful, dynamic two-hour course, you’ll learn:
1. How to leverage a great career tool, LinkedIn, for finding the best people to connect to your mission.
2. What research is telling us today about who gives the most and what they give to, donor motivation and solicitation techniques.
3. How to systematically work with a prospect to get the contribution you need.
4. How to make that ask - and what to say if (heaven forbid) they say “no.”