Evaluating Year-End Annual Fund Results
Includes a Live Event on 07/08/2021 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
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When an annual giving campaign comes to an end, it’s important to take time to reflect on the performance of your programs. Analyzing activities and results will help you and your colleagues better understand what’s working, what’s not working, what’s changing, and where there are opportunities for improvement. Doing so in a structured and comprehensive way is also an important step in refining your plans for the year ahead.
Register now for your entire team to learn how to review the performance of your annual fund.
WHAT YOU'LL DISCOVER
- Tips for gathering feedback from colleagues, supervisors, and volunteers
- Methods for analyzing past activities and key performance metrics
- Guidelines for summarizing observations and sharing them with others
- Tactics for incorporating key findings into plans for the year ahead
- Examples from other institutions, and more!
WHAT YOU GET
- One log-in to the LIVE webinar; invite your entire team
- Link to watch a recording of the webinar following the live event
- Your questions answered by an expert
- Copies of the presentation materials and resources
- Eligible for 1.25 points of CFRE credit
- AGN Members get FREE webinar registration. Click here to learn more.
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Director of Annual Giving, Haverford College
Craig Waltman is Director of Annual Giving at Haverford College, where he oversees all aspects of the College’s annual giving program. Prior to joining Haverford in 2010, he served as a fundraising strategy and communications consultant for nationally-known universities, public broadcasting stations, and others. He also held positions in annual giving at Swarthmore College and in advancement at The Pathway School. Craig is an active volunteer with STAFF, Elizabethtown College, and serves on the Board of his local YMCA. He has frequently served as a volunteer and presenter with CASE. Craig holds a B.A. in Psychology from Elizabethtown College.