Date: Thursday, August 15, 2019
Location: Joseph P. Riley Center for Livable Communities, 176 Lockwood Blvd
Time: 11:30 – Networking, 12:00-1 pm – Program
To register, visit: https://afpsclowcountry.charityproud.org/EventRegistration/Index/2451
Description: The governing/foundation board of an organization is often the heartbeat, the lifeline, and the buffer. When this is the case, governing and fundraising success is more easily attained. However, when this is not the case, frustrations and increased challenges may set in. In this session, we will discuss the top five factors in fundraising success determined through a quantitative research study, and what happens when the most important factors are lacking. If your board is not a fundraising board, all is not lost! However, it does mean that everything else has to be working at the height of performance. Every organization has a different culture. This session will provide insight into how you can make your organizational culture work for you to achieve needed and desired organizational goals.
About the Speaker: Tucker Branham is a Principal at Change Develop Move (CDM) and a leader in nonprofit leadership and philanthropy. Over the years, Tucker has become a specialist in facilitating campaign management, development assessments, strategic planning, board restructuring, foundation implementation, executive and leadership coaching, campaign planning, and organizational culture. With her Bachelor’s degree in English from Warren Wilson College in Asheville, NC, her portfolio in Advertising, Art Direction from the Portfolio Center in Atlanta, GA, her Masters in Philanthropy and Development from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, and her Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Northeastern University, Tucker is able to approach challenges with a fresh, creative eye and offer solutions that drive clients’ success.
As a reminder, ALL programs will be free of charge to members and will include lunch. PLEASE cancel your registration if you later realize you are unable to attend.
Programs are limited to 32 attendees, and members will be given first chance to register. Doors open at 11:30am and the program will begin at 12pm.
Parking is available on site. When you arrive, you will need to get a parking pass. AFP Board Members will be on-hand to assist with this.