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Fundraising in the Wake of a Disaster

Presented by Josephine Everly, Julie Bartice, and JT Hannah

With the coronavirus affecting all parts of our lives, key questions fvirusor fundraisers arise such as, "How can I position my nonprofit to be responsive to philanthropy when the worst thing imaginable happens?"

During this audio recording, participants will hear case studies and best practices for fundraising learned during hurricane Katrina:

  • fundraising when your donors are impacted;
  • asking for disaster relief funding;
  • converting disaster philanthropy donors to loyal supporters;
  • and positioning your nonprofit to receive disaster philanthropy before disaster strikes.

 

About the Presenters

Josephine EverlyThrough 20 years of philanthropic advising, development, strategic planning, capital campaign planning and execution, women's philanthropy, and disaster philanthropy, Josephine Everly has raised more than $100M for community foundations, universities, hospitals, and research institutions. She has written and spoken frequently on topics including planned giving, fundraising, philanthropy, and community development.

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Julie BartriceJulie Bartice is an innovative entrepreneur and leader with over 25 years nonprofit experience as an Executive Director and a Development Director. Julie has a proven ability to successfully create, grow and lead divisions and entire organizations. She brings with her extensive experience designing and implementing strategic development programs, writing and managing direct mail and annual giving campaigns, soliciting major gifts, and creating and implementing fundraising events and programs.

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JT HannanJT Hannan has worked for a variety of non-profits in New Orleans over the last 20 years but spent 9 years with the Bayou District Foundation. Bayou District foundation is responsible for the redevelopment of the former St. Bernard Housing Community in the Gentilly area of New Orleans.

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Ten Star ChapterFriends of Diversity AwardAFPNEO is committed to AFP’s principles of IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access)
and strives to be resourceful to diverse individuals, groups, organizations and activities.

AFP Northeast Ohio Chapter | © 2015-2020 AFPNEO. All rights reserved.

Paula Mastroianni, President

PO Box 1286, Bath OH 44210 | 330-329-2472 | Fax 330-315-0399 | info@AFPNEO.org

 

 

Ten Star Chapter

 

Friends of Diversity Award

AFPNEO is committed to AFP’s principles of IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access) and strives to be resourceful to diverse individuals, groups, organizations and activities.


AFP Northeast Ohio Chapter
© 2015-2020 AFPNEO.
All rights reserved.

Paula Mastroianni, President |
pmastroianni@starklibrary.org

PO Box 1286, Bath OH 44210
330-329-2472
Fax 330-315-0399
info@AFPNEO.org

 

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