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Best Practices for Donor Recognition in 21st Century Philanthropy
Presenters:
Amy Hines, Senior Vice President, The Alford Group
Karen Rotko-Wynn, CFRE, Executive Vice President, The Alford Group
Kathy Alm, CEO, Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship, International (PATH Intl.)

Acknowledging your top donors is an important component to any fundraising campaign. The larger the gift, the larger the need for significant recognition. Among the most proven and effective forms of donor recognition include naming opportunities, sponsorships, and annual giving gift level listings. This webinar will walk you through best practices for donor recognition.

CFRE Credit: 1 PT

Duration: 1 hour

Oct 26, 2017 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Amy Hines
Senior Vice President @The Alford Group
Amy has worked in the not-for profit sector for more than 30 years. She has consulted to a range of not-for-profit organizations in multiple sectors, including human services, environment, education, arts and culture, and public radio/television. Clients seek her because of her extensive track record in fundraising, organizational development, governance and strategic planning.
Karen Rotko-Wynn, CFRE
Executive Vice President & West Division Manager @The Alford Group
Karen brings more than 30 years of experience to her work with The Alford Group, where she helps organizations build their philanthropic capacity and trains board members and staff on their roles in that process. She also leads organizations through the cultivation and solicitation process resulting in successful leadership giving campaigns.
Kathy Alm
Chief Executive Officer @Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship, International (PATH Intl.)
Kathy began her service with PATH Intl. in 2014. For the previous 15 years, she served as Executive Director of Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, one of the largest animal therapy organizations. She grew the previously grass roots organization from a $280,000 annual operating budget to a professional $2.1 million organization, including an $11 million capital campaign for a new facility.