May 20, 2020 Workshop – Make Far More Money With Your Donor Communications

Make Far More Money With Your Donor Communications

Audience: For communications or development professionals, executive directors, and board members who are responsible for donor acquisition and retention through year-round social and other media engagement. 

You’ve read his books and blogs and watched his videos. You’ve heard his name in certain circles… and it always makes you smile. Tom Ahern is coming to Toledo!  Tom’s training is about just one thing: helping your nonprofit make MORE money from its investment in donor communications. Come and hear what he has to say about crafting specific, donor-centered communications that get results! Northwest Ohio Chapter of AFP and The Center for Nonprofit Resources are partnering to bring Tom Ahern to Toledo on May 20. Register now. This event will sell out!

Event Logistics

  • Live 360 Studio at Franklin Park Mall, 5001 Monroe Street, Toledo, OH 43623. Located near Dillard’s internal mall entrance and the fountain.
  • Workshop check-in starts at 8:45 am.
  • The cost of the workshop does not include lunch.
  • Lunch options are plentiful in and around the venue. A list of fast and full service options can be found here.
  • When possible workshop slides will be emailed to you prior to the workshop.
  • Water and coffee will be provided throughout the day.
  • Free parking in the attached lot is available.

Track: Fundraising (6.0 hours)

Cost: $75.00

The Fine Print

All workshop payments are non-refundable. If you register for a workshop and are unable to attend you may apply the funds paid to another workshop within the same calendar year by contacting the Associate Director prior to the replacement workshop date. By registering for a workshop through The Center for Nonprofit Resources I give my consent to use photos of myself and any attendees I register for promotional materials and on social media.

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In 2016, the New York Times called Tom Ahern “one of America’s most sought-after creators of fund-raising messages.”

His specialty? Changing underperforming donor communications programs into moneymakers, applying the latest discoveries in psychology and neuroscience. He’s authored six well-received how-to books, with another due out in 2020. Each year, he trains thousands of fundraisers internationally through conferences and his popular webinars.

His 2019 clients for direct mail, capital campaign case statements, audits and training include USA for UNHCR; Save the Children Global; Swedish Medical (Seattle hospital system); the Connecticut Humane Society; The Marine Mammal Center (Sausalito); Sharp Healthcare (nonprofit hospitals in San Diego) and the Native Plant Trust. Other recent clients include Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, the Anchorage Museum, Lollypop Farm (animal rescue), Friends of the Mississippi River … and dozens more: global, national, regional and local.

Nonprofit Management Certificate Program

This workshop is eligible for 6.0 hours in the Fundraising Track of the Certificate in Nonprofit Management.

Minority Executive Leadership Certificate Program

This workshop is one of four required workshops in the Minority Executive Leadership Program

Certified Fundraising Executive

This session is eligible for 6.0 credits