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National Philanthropy Day
November 20, 2015
National Philanthropy Day is the special day set aside for all people active in the philanthropic community and the contributions they have made to our lives, our communities and our world.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals Minnesota Chapter invites you to its National Philanthropy Day Celebration, a luncheon and program to honor those who dedicate their time and resources to make Minnesota a vibrant community to live, work and play!
This event will honor individuals, organizations, foundations, corporations, youth and young professionals for their philanthropic contributions to the greater Minnesota community.
Friday, November 20, 2015 | InterContinental – St. Paul Riverfront
Schedule for the Day
9:30am-10:00am – Education session registration
10:00am-11:00am – Education session
10:30am-11:30am – VIP reception
11:00am – Registration
11:30am-1:00pm – Awards luncheon and celebration
Engage Marginalized Donor Segments to Increase Revenue
With the demographic changes of this century, new practices and strategies are need for new outcomes. Kathleen Loehr has provided over her three decades career, master-level leadership coaching through-out the nonprofit and government sector. This session will provide data, tools and lively discourse on how to work effectively with donor prospects of today. The focus is on reaching donors who have capacity, yet have been marginalized through our unconscious biases and methods perpetuated from the past.
Kathleen is the Principal of Kathleen Loehr & Associates. She has a three-decade career in the nonprofit sector that includes leadership within the fields of childcare, fundraising, disaster fundraising, women’s philanthropy, international non-governmental organizations, and nonprofit effectiveness. Her fundraising background includes leading the development for the American Red Cross, Save the Children, the International Crisis Group, and key departments at Cornell University. She is an expert with raising funds across complex large organizations, as well as designing successful fundraising for local community needs.
Kathleen is also an expert master leadership coach, giving her the ability to understand what is preventing nonprofit leaders or teams from achieving their revenue goals. She helps design targeted leadership practices that can bring forward new sustained behaviors to produce the required changes. The combination of her consulting with coaching can result in 85 percent more successful outcomes in relationships, strategy, dollars raised, processes and communication.
Kathleen is an Advisory Board Member for the Women’s Philanthropy Institute at the Center on Philanthropy, and Chair of the Advisory Council, Center for Disaster Philanthropy.
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