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When:  May 11, 2023 from 09:00 AM to 10:00 AM (ET)
Where:   The Faison Center, 5311 Markel Rd, Richmond, VA, 23230, US

When & Where

The Faison Center
5311 Markel Rd
Richmond, VA 23230

May 11, 09:00 AM - 10:00 AM (ET)


Philanthropy is consistently seen as an honor and an obligation, a way to promote balance within the community, with nature, and with the creator.” Yasmin will bring this statement to life by reimagining what modern philanthropy can look like with lessons from the past from across the globe. Explore how elements of ancient theatre, music, and culture can underscore fundraising strategies that will help foster balance and innovation within your organization’s development plan. Get ready to unlock your creative side and have a little fun!

Guest Speaker: Yasmin Gregg, MNS

Yasmin is a nonprofit professional in the Richmond region who is always seeking creative ways to establish and maintain authentic community partnerships. Yasmin holds a master’s degree from University of Richmond’s SPCS Nonprofit Studies program. She is currently the Development Operations Manager at ChildSavers, the co-chair of AFP’s Inclusive Fundraising Fellowship Committee, and a co-leader for VAFRE’s 2022-23 P3 program. Yasmin is also an adjunct lecturer (when time permits!), most recently teaching Fundraising for the Arts to undergraduate students at her alma mater, Howard University. Most importantly, she is a woman of faith, a wife to her supportive husband Carl, and super-mom to her son, Josiah. 

Registration and light fare: 8:30 - 9:00 am

Program: 9:00-10:00 am

Full participation is applicable for 1 point in Category 1.B -Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.

*Mark your calendar! We will host a Continuing the Conversation zoom meeting with our guest speaker on Tue, May 16 at 12 pm. All those who register to attend this session will be invited to RSVP via email after the event.*


registration type
    Chapter Member


Contact Information

Trammell Beckmann