Session 3D - How to Reorganize, Refresh and Renew Your Fund Development Efforts to Outcomes

Monday, September 30th, 2013
2:40 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

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OMG and SMH! In an over stimulating social media world, small development and small donor relations shops are overwhelmed with a myriad of issues, including just day to day operations. This presentation will share two real life stories of successes AND failures – one from a social services institution and one from higher education. The Jewish Family & Community Services doubled donor revenue in two years using tools to get organized, refreshing efforts and renewing the energy of a mission almost 95 years old, while Loras College built a comprehensive donor relations program from the ground up.

Expertise Level: Newcomer (0- 2 years), Midlevel (2-5 years)
Shop Size: Small Shop (1-5 staff), Medium Shop (6-10 staff)
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Speaker Bio: Lia Kampman

Lia Kampman is the Campaign Director at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa, where she is responsible for planning, supervising, and managing a variety of activities and projects designed for successful completion of a comprehensive campaign. She is a member of ADRP and was formerly an at-large board member of the Tri-State Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. She was also a 2010 ADRP International Conference Sheryl A. Blair Scholarship recipient. Kampman completed her bachelor’s degree at Wartburg College and her Master of Arts degree in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Development from the University of Northern Iowa. 

Speaker Bio: Heather Corey

Heather Corey, CFRE, is the Director of Resource Development for The City Rescue Mission in Jacksonville, Florida. She is responsible for obtaining, cultivating and stewarding the Philanthropic Resources at The Mission.  She has worked for the American Cancer Society, Jewish Family & Community Services of Northeast Florida and a local grassroots adult literacy nonprofit. In her spare time, she created; an online social philanthropy resource and calendar website for nonprofits on the First Coast. Heather is a Past President of the First Coast AFP Chapter and is currently President of the AFP Florida Caucus. She attended the University of Maryland, European Division, while living in Italy when her husband was stationed in the US Army. She is a mom of 3 beautiful, busy girls.