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Engage Your Board For Good -Nonprofit Board Training
Non-Profit | Fundraiser
Date: March 5, 2014
Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

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Gastonia Conference Center
145 S Marietta Street
Gastonia, N 28052

Contact: Sandy Rees
Phone: (865) 216-0083
Email: sandy@getfullyfunded.com
Site: http://getfullyfunded.com/charlotte-board-training/

Engage Your Board for Good is a daylong training workshop designed specifically for nonprofit Executive Directors and Board members that focuses on how to get Board members excited about fundraising and provide them with the tools they need to successfully execute fundraising campaigns, conduct more productive meetings, and oversee all aspects of running a proactive nonprofit Board.


Participants will learn why Board members won’t fundraise, how to express exactly what a nonprofit wants from their Board, how to set expectations for Board members and which tools are needed to be able to ask for money with confidence and ease.


  Tickets are $197 per person, and include lunch, all training materials and one free ticket for a current Board member to attend the training.




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