Questions Answered: The Future of Fundraising
Recorded on: January 20, 2022
This webinar will be worth 1 CFRE Point.
To kick-off 2022 and help you uncover new opportunities, take your fundraising strategy to the next level, and ultimately raise more gifts, we’re doing a live Q&A with a renowned fundraising expert. Paul D’Alessandro, author of The Future of Fundraising, will join us once again, but this time he’ll be answering your burning questions in real-time. Strategy, operations, or HR—nothing is off the table—so come with your questions ready! You can submit questions to the iWave Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or add it to the comment box on the form to the right, and your question could be answered on the live webinar on January 20. In addition, 3 lucky winners who register and attend the webinar will receive a 1-hour strategy session with Paul.
If you are wondering where to start in this new year, how to leverage the trends we anticipate for 2022, or more about the ‘buzz words’ we continue to hear in the industry, join us for this can’t-miss session!
About the Presenter:
Paul D’Alessandro, J.D., CFRE. is the author of ‘The Future of Fundraising: How Philanthropy’s Future is Here with Donors Dictating the Terms’. He’s the founder and chairman of High Impact Nonprofit Advisors (HNA), and also D’Alessandro, Inc. (DAI), which is a fundraising and strategic management consulting company with more than 30 years of experience in the philanthropic sector.
He has worked with hundreds of nonprofits to raise over a billion dollars for his clients in the U.S. and abroad. In addition, as a nonprofit and business expert who is also a practicing attorney, Paul has worked with high-level global philanthropists vetting and negotiating their strategic gifts to charitable causes. Paul understands that today’s environment requires innovation and fresh thinking, which is why he launched HNA to train and coach leaders who want to make a difference in the world.
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