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      August 28, 2019

      Wednesday   6:00 PM

      400 Dexter Ave North
      Seattle, Washington 98109

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      How to Win Your Winter Campaign

      Summer is the best time to plan your year-end winter fundraising campaign! In this workshop, culture and fundraising leaders Josef Krebs and Ariel Glassman will help you design your best year-end fundraising campaign yet. Attendees from organizations and companies of all sizes will learn how to craft a creative, effective and right-sized multichannel campaign strategy that combines major gift, direct mail and online fundraising strategies.Josef and Ariel will also take you beyond short-term solicitation ideas to look at how your year-end campaign can help build your overall fundraising program and engage, cultivate and steward your donors for future support.    Josef Krebs Krebs has 18 years leadership and strategic experience at top arts and human services organizations, including Actors Theatre of Louisville, ACT Theatre, Intiman Theatre, Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra and Banchero Disability Partners. He’s served on six boards and taught fundraising communications as a guest lecturer at the University of Iowa School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Josef has personally overseen the raising of more than $25 million. He believes every goal can be achieved with planning and perseverance. Josef is co-founder of Scandiuzzi Krebs, a strategy and fundraising firm for the cultural sector based in Seattle.  Ariel Glassman Ariel Glassman has lived and breathed fundraising, nonprofit management, and performing arts production for 17 years. Currently a consultant for Scandiuzzi Krebs, over her career she has helped more than 70 nonprofits craft innovative donor engagement programs and raise more for their missions, including cultural leaders like On the Boards, KEXP, Feminist Frequency, SIFF, TeenTix and Facing Homelessness. Ariel has advised or co-produced many artists across theater, dance, film and music in Seattle, including Ahamefule J. Oluo, Sarah Rudinoff, Ella Mahler, Paul Budraitis, Erin Pike, Kyle Loven, and Catherine Cabeen. She loves to teach and has taught workshops for educational, nonprofit and arts-oriented service organizations across the state, including UW, AFP, the Seattle Foundation, 501 Commons, ArtsFund and Artist Trust Light appetizers provided, and extended happy hour pricing on beverages for guests! Please let us know if you need to cancel your attendance so we can be sure to fill the room, email jamie@shunpike.org with regrets or questions.

      Categories: Fundraising & Charity

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