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    Perfecting the Pitch | Center for Nonprofit Leadership

    Perfecting the Pitch | Center for Nonprofit Leadership

    The foundation of successful development lies in service-centric inquiries inquiries: Who am I serving? Who do I wish I had the resources to serve?  What are my community’s needs? Where do my community’s needs, wants, fears, and passions intersect with my mission?  What is the impact of my organization in the community? What am I doing that the people I serve care about enough to support?

    The Perfecting Your Pitch Workshop will build your knowledge of who gives and why they give.  It will explore what different donor groups support and how to best reach them. We will look at how to create a thoughtful, intentional ask that considers who your donor is, what they care about and how their interests align you’re your mission. 

    Participants will also have the opportunity to practice their pitch and receive feedback.

    Link to Website: https://www.callutheran.edu/centers/nonprofit/workshops/event/2019-06-12-perfecting-the-pitch

    Link to Register: https://californialutheran.z2systems.com/np/clients/californialutheran/eventRegistration.jsp?event=263&

    Wednesday, June 12, 2019 | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
    Cal Lutheran – Main Campus
    Swenson Center for Social and Behavioral Sciences, 141 Faculty St., Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

    About the CenterSince 1991, the Center for Nonprofit Leadership has been the point of convergence serving nonprofit leaders and organizations serving the region.

    As the only management training center of its kind in Ventura County, the Center has earned a reputation as the one-stop source for excellence in nonprofit leadership. It is the one place in Ventura County that provides a comprehensive approach to sustaining nonprofit-specific organizational and leadership development.

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