Introduction to Capital Campaigns
A capital campaign raises money that a nonprofit organization uses for any physical asset, such as purchasing or renovating a building. It's a critical part of managing in the nonprofit sector. This introductory-level course covers the key terminology and practices surrounding running a successful capital campaign within a nonprofit organization. You will learn about the phases of conducting a capital campaign—evaluation, feasibility study, organization, solicitation, and post-campaign activities—as well as how to avoid common pitfalls in capital campaigns.
Explain the five phases of a capital campaign
Define what a feasibility study is and why one should be conducted prior to a capital campaign
Discuss what role consultants can play in conducting a feasibility study
Describe important factors for evaluating consultants
Explain how tools like a gift range chart can help to organize campaign solicitations
Describe the different types of leadership teams and committees that may be formed to support a capital campaign
Discuss different techniques that can be used to troubleshoot a stalled capital campaign
Understand what is required for a successful solicitation meeting
Estimated length of course: 3 hours
3 CEUs | 3 CFREs
Course completion deadline: 30 days after registration
Member Price: $80
Non-Member Price: $100
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Cancellation Policy: Refunds will be allowed up to 48 hours in advance. No refunds will be given for late cancellations or no-shows for any course. No-shows will be invoiced for the full registration fee.