January 2019 by Don Jennings, Consultant, Humane Network
Audience: Executive Leadership
Video Length: 58:40
Do you struggle to raise funds for your organization? Do you feel like you don't have enough time and help to fundraise? This talk will put your feet on the path to practical and sustainable strategies that even the busiest nonprofit group can use (wizard not included).
You'll learn the secret to attracting and keeping donors to support your lifesaving work for the animals and a variety of ways to jumpstart giving in your community. All it takes is Brains, Courage and a Heart! This presentation was given at the Maddie's® Pet Project "Saving Nevada's Pets" conference and made possible by the Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation and supported by Maddie's Fund®.
About Don Jennings
Don Jennings has been active in nonprofit management for more than 20 years and has been working with Humane Network to support sustainable best practices for animal welfare organizations throughout the U.S. since 2015. His experience providing transition leadership and developing business and operations systems provide a unique insight on effective, grassroots efforts for growth.
Don is currently the interim Shelter Manager at Desert Haven Animal Society in Pahrump, consulting via Maddie's® Pet Project in Nevada to help DHAS deliver their mission while preparing for new leadership.