Principles & Techniques of Fundraising Course

The Centre for Nonprofit Management, Trinity College, Dublin in partnership with the Center on Philanthropy, Indiana University present the definitive education Programme for Fundraisers The Principles & Techniques of Fundraising in Dublin on 18th – 22nd May 2009.

The Principles & Techniques of Fundraising gives you the foundation and inspiration to lead your nonprofit to its financial goals. It is an intensive 5-day, A-to-Z training programme that provides you with the framework for operating a successful total fundraising programme.

Classes are structured to allow participants the opportunity to have maximum interaction with the instructors and other participants. We create a vibrant, hands-on learning atmosphere to make courses rich and enjoyable.

The core objective of the course is to assist those responsible for fundraising in Ireland achieve new levels of success and sustainability. You will learn about the context of fundraising, current issues, and the art and science of fundraising and philanthropy.

Through your engagement and participation in the course you will gain the knowledge you need to build your organisation’s resources with confidence and success in an ever-changing society.

Participants will learn how to:

√ Identify and validate prospective donors

√ Manage the fundraising process

√ Use research to match a donors interests and needs with your nonprofits mission and goals

√ Build an annual fund donor base that keeps on giving

√ Recognise planned giving benefits to your donors and to your nonprofit organisation

√ Structure a successful solicitation

√ Respond to challenges and ethical dilemmas with professional skill

Booking Information

T: 01 896 3775.




One thought on “Principles & Techniques of Fundraising Course

  1. I would be very grateful if you can forward me details of the next course of it’s kind if any.

    Thank you

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