Laurie Wolf, President/CEO, The Foraker Group
/ General $60.00
Do you have a lot of fundraising tactics and strategies but want to tie them together for a better outcome? Are you interested in making fundraising a “team sport?” Are you curious how to put the donor at the center of all your fundraising? If charitable giving is a significant part of your annual budget then planning is essential to success. A fund development plan isn’t magic, but it does a lot to bring focus and energy to your efforts. It also ensures that you work smarter – not harder. Your fund development plan can provide great discussion, engagement, and focus to all your fundraising efforts. In this class you will:
- Explore a framework for thinking about a fundraising plan
- Discover ways to engage board, staff, and volunteers in building a positive culture of philanthropy
- Learn tools that are the foundation of any comprehensive plan
- Develop new ideas and action steps
When you have completed this class, you will have all the essential tools to develop a plan that is strategic, workable, and measurable – and, we hope, at least a little bit fun.
The Foraker Group Training Room
161 Klevin, Suite 101
President/CEO, The Foraker Group
Laurie has worked in the nonprofit sector for close to 30 years and with Foraker for 17 years. She has been instrumental in creating many of Foraker's services and philosophy. Laurie is passionate about the power of the nonprofit sector to change lives, improve our environment, secure our economic opportunities, provide essential arts, cultural and educational experiences and truly partner to ensure healthy communities.
Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, Laurie is committed to connecting nonprofit leaders across the state and sector to weave a network of positive learning, support, and success. Laurie focuses her Foraker work on supporting creative collaborations, providing board and leadership development, and creating a positive culture of philanthropy within organizations.
Laurie holds a BA in English from Scripps College and an Executive Master's degree in Not-for-Profit Leadership from Seattle University. She has been a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) since 2003. She has served on a variety of boards and worked as a volunteer in arts, environmental, and human services organizations. In 2005, Laurie was named one of Alaska's "Top 40 Under 40" by the Alaska Journal of Commerce, and was named Outstanding Professional in Philanthropy in 2006 by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Alaska chapter. In 2016 Laurie was recognized by the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce and inducted into the ATHENA Society. She spends her time away from the office connecting with her family and friends, distance running, and finding sunshine in Alaska and beyond.