The Engaged Donor Workshop
Discover how to get breakthrough results and develop high-potential relationships with the people who can do the most for your institution or cause. If you work in major, principal, or planned giving ... are involved in a major campaign ... or want to shift your organization into "big thinking and big results" mode ... you deserve this strategic retreat.
Our April workshop has been oversubscribed. To accommodate those on the waiting list, we’ve just added another retreat Wednesday, May 2, through noon on Friday, May 4, in the Twin Cities. How to apply.
The Engaged Donor
Wednesday, May 2, through noon on Friday, May 4 (recommended arrival day is Tuesday, May 1) in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota (SPACE AVAILABLE)
Saturday, April 28 through noon on Monday, April 30 (recommended arrival day is Friday, April 27) in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota (FULL)
Tuition $2750 (includes lunches during the workshop; travel and lodging are additional)
Included in the program are four private one-on-one phone sessions — one before the workshop and then at one month, three months, and nine months after the workshop. This in-depth personal attention will help to ensure that you stay on track to your highest aspirations, including any plan that you may have begun during the workshop.
And in the years that follow, you can know that we will be here for you. We love to stay in touch and watch "alums" progress and succeed. We want this to be a lifelong relationship, not just a "date." (Same as you try to do with your donors, right?)
We want you to consider this program only if you could see yourself getting a very significant return on your investment. We’d be glad to talk with you to see whether that would be likely for you.
Important scheduling note: The days will be full, so please don't try to squeeze in any other commitments during the workshop. For once, give yourself the gift of time and let yourself breathe! (That's also why we recommend you arrive the day before the workshop begins — and leave the day after it concludes. This is a true strategic retreat.)