Raising Private Monies to Support Archival Programs

This course has been retired.
Certificate Eligibility: 
N/A
Credits: 
2.5 ARC, 0.375 CEU
Length: 
1/2 day
Format: 
In-Person
Max Attendees: 
30
Tier: 
Tactical and Strategic
Description: 

So you've written grants, cut your budget, and tried to be frugal, but it's still not enough? Get practical advice on identifying and cultivating individuals and organizations with the potential to provide financial support to your archival program. Learn how to plan and implement fundraising strategies and "make the ask." Learn how to involve collection donors, volunteers, advisory boards, development officers, and your colleagues in raising money.

Learning Outcomes: 
Understand the basics of fundraising
Develop and implement a fundraising strategy for your institution
Learn about other participants' situations
Feel empowered to actively raise monies to support your programming
Who Should Attend: 

All levels of archivists

Reviews: 
"The examples from the instructor's own experience and the questions and answers by other participants."
"I enjoyed receiving encouragement to make an 'ask' myself."
"Loved the elevator speech and six rules; good practical examples from the archival field."
"Was simply a good overview of topic that was informative and empowering."
[From a note sent to the Raising Private Monies instructors] “Thank you both for sharing your wisdom, expertise and firsthand case studies with all of us at the SAA workshop on Friday. The material you covered will undoubtedly change the way in which I approach my consulting work as well as my service as a public library board member. As archivists and collections managers, I recognize we all play a role as fundraisers, educators, and enthusiastic advocates at one time or other. Thank you for sharpening our skills in all of these arenas!” — Janine St.Germain
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