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It's Not Either/Or: Raising Money with an Anti-Racist Approach
Increasing your focus on diversity and inclusion and raising money aren’t mutually exclusive. In this webinar, we’ll help you assess and revitalize your development program to take an anti-racist approach that results in successful fundraising and a high return on investment. In addition to providing practical advice and anti-racist actions you can take in your fundraising, we’ll also consider the roles that culture and systems play in our fundraising. Two of the most burdensome traps that many nonprofits fall into are doing things as they’ve always been done and making assumptions. Participants will learn strategies that help you overcome these tendencies.

Learning Objectives:

- Understand that “Anti-racist” doesn’t mean a lower ROI

- Learn how to de-couple money from power and still raise lots of money

- Discover how to be anti-racist in your prospecting

- Create anti-racist practices in your volunteer corps and board development

- Build a donor pool that is more reflective of your community demographics

- Understand the importance of and how to build an anti-racist fundraising culture

This webinar will be recorded for future viewing. If you can't make it, go ahead and register anyway. You'll receive the recording a little later.


Jan 7, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Robert Osborne
Robert has served as the Director of Development for St. Aloysius School, Interfaith Neighbors and the Center for Constitutional Rights. As Principal of The Osborne Group, he specializes in fundraising and organizational management, including strategic planning and scaling fundraising programs. A well-known international speaker and workshop leader, Robert has conducted well-received workshops and keynote addresses for organizations all over the world. Robert serves on the Board of the United Hospital Fund, on the Advisory Board of the Czech Fundraising Center in Prague, Czech Republic and as an International Ambassador to the accelerator and incubator Impact Hub Belgrade in Serbia.
Laurel McCombs
Laurel McCombs brings 20 years of experience in the non-profit sector and a passion for the role philanthropy can play in changing the world to her work as a consultant, partner, and trainer. Laurel has worked closely with clients on a variety of topics, including donor retention, development operations, planning, donor management, board development and more. In addition to well-received workshops at national conferences, such as Junior Achievement and JDRF, Laurel has presented at the Association of Fundraising Professionals International Conference, AFP Congress, CASE-NAIS, and several local development professional associations. Prior to joining the Osborne Group, Laurel worked with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America where she was responsible for the coordination of capacity building resources and support to more than 350 Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies across the country.
Steven Shattuck
Host @Bloomerang