It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's a Capital Campaign! A Toolkit for Working Smarter, Not Harder, During Campaign
Session 6F

Thursday, October 4 | 12:30–1:30 PM

Presented by: 
Natalie Knight and Molly Freed

Session Description: 

Capital campaigns can be superheroes in furthering a nonprofit's mission. Integrating donor relations campaign activities with existing annual fund and membership programs can require super-power-level efforts! Nearing the completion of a $63 million capital campaign, The Morton Arboretum will share insights and tools for how to work smarter (not harder!) when executing comprehensive campaign and annual fund donor relations strategies, while building a culture of philanthropy with donors, members, staff, and volunteers.

Shop Size
Suitable for any shop size

Experience Level
Suitable for all levels

Suitable for all sectors

Donor Experience
Working with Frontline Fundraisers

About the Speakers:



Natalie Knight
Donor Relations Manager
The Morton Arboretum

Natalie Knight has been donor relations manager with The Morton Arboretum since 2013, after working at child welfare and nonprofit arts organizations.


Molly Freed
Giving Programs and Campaign Manager
The Morton Arboretum

Molly Freed has been giving programs and campaign manager with The Morton Arboretum since 2014, after working for the American Cancer Society.