NPO CONNECT December Meeting : Individual Donor Development
December 9 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
NPO CONNECT December Meeting
Individual Donor Development
Please join us for our NPO CONNECT December Meeting. In this webinar, Melissa Le Roy will teach us about Individual Donor Development.
Understanding how to raise money from individual donors is paramount to nonprofit organizations. Finding and cultivating individual donors is a work-intensive, long-term investment for any nonprofit. Learn how to master effective techniques for successful individual giving efforts related to prospect research, cultivating individual support, making “the ask” and stewardship. Also where to start your prospect research, tips on best research sites, and how to utilize the information found to cultivate and solicit potential donors.
Meet the Speaker:
Melissa Metcalf Le Roy, a graduate in Entrepreneurship with a minor in Business Law of Western Carolina University and a graduate in Nonprofit Management of Duke University, teaches non-profit management classes throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia for Duke University and Western Carolina University. She is a past board member of the North Carolina Center for Non-Profits. For four years, she contributed a regular “Non-Profit Leadership” column for the Tryon Daily Bulletin. She currently offers her services as a consultant through her firm, OnFire Nonprofit Consulting. You can also view her TEDx talk “A Love Affair, the Art of Not Asking” on Nonprofit Fundraising. Melissa is a Western North Carolina native. She lives in Forest City, North Carolina, with her husband Chris, Chief of Police with the Forest City Police Department, and their two dogs Chandra & Cali.