Debbie DiVirgilio is a Certified Governance Trainer and has more than 20 years of experience serving in the nonprofit sector. She is a nonprofit coach, consultant, teacher, facilitator and grant professional committed to helping nonprofits thrive.
Debbie holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Behavioral Sciences and a Master’s Degree in Non-Profit Management from Regis University. She is a Grant Professional Certified as conferred by the Grant Professional Institute and has served on the Board of Directors of the Grant Professionals Association for the past seven years. She has also served as President of the Grant Professionals Association and is a certified coach, teacher and speaker with The John Maxwell Team.
The last quarter of the calendar year is the time of year when many nonprofits receive as much as 80% of their annual revenue. What is your organization doing to prepare to receive these gifts? While all organizations are anxious to receive financial support, it is important to have a well-developed plan of action that speaks to potential donors and helps your organization rise to the top of the many organizations seeking support.
Join this session with expert speaker Debbie DiVirgilio, who will overview the different ways you can use to prepare yourself for the upcoming gifts. Debbie will share some of the most effective strategies and campaigns that will help you not only manage everything smoothly but will also be able to boost the number of donors to your organization. She will also share a timeline template for giving campaign implementation, along with templates for giving letters and for thanking donors for their valuable contribution.
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