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Call for presentations--AIC session on fundraising

From: Susan Mathisen <samathisen<-at->
Date: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
"Then vs. Now: Fundraising for Conservation Isn't What It Used To
    Be"
AIC Annual Meeting, Indianapolis
Friday, May 31, 2013
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Susan Mathisen, President, SAM Fundraising Solutions

Session on Fundraising at AIC

Would you like to get a little free fundraising advice? The
discussion session, "Then Vs. Now: Fundraising For Conservation
Isn't What it Used To Be", will be exploring the new realities of
fundraising. I would like to include some collective brainstorming
as part of the session and am looking for one or two volunteers who
would like to participate.

If you have a conservation project that requires funding, yet you
have not been able or do not know how to go about securing support
for it, please consider presenting it at this session. The project
will be used as a springboard for an audience discussion, or a bit
of brainstorming, which can help you make a case for support in
light of the new fundraising realities. Conservators in private
practice are welcome to present an institutional client's project.

Presentations should be brief, 3-5 minutes, and include at least the
following:

    Project description Organization mission

    Any previous fundraising history and challenges (i.e. past
    conservation grants received, small donor pool, no Board
    involvement in fundraising)

    Project goals

If you are interested in participating, or have any questions,
please contact Susan Mathisen directly at samathisen<-at->hotmail<.>com.


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