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Engaging Millennials to Raise Big Money

July 10, 2018, 1pm-4pm

Description

This training is designed to support organizational leadership in engaging the next generation of funders and change makers. With recent stories from the Millennial philanthropic world, we will learn how to effectively engage the work, wealth, and wisdom of people ages 18-35. If you want to map a successful outreach strategy that will engage the hearts, minds, and imaginations of Millennials within your mission, join us for this dynamic workshop.

This Event Will Cover:

  • How to get young members of your organization more involved—both philanthropically and as activists.
  • How to engage millennials over the long term.
  • How to smartly leverage resources to sustain your mission work.

Who Should Attend:
Nonprofit leaders who desire sustainability and who want to engage millennials in their organizations.

About the Presenter:
Alyssa Wright is an award-winning artist, strategic philanthropic advisor, and creative social impact strategist. An accomplished consultant in the fields of social change and philanthropy, Wright has collaborated with dozens of organizations and companies over the past decade, bringing together artists, activists, and philanthropists who desire ways to powerfully and creatively accelerate social change. Her collaborations have been in communities such as Women Moving Millions, Resource Generation, and New England International Donors, where she worked with and learned from some of the most sophisticated and values-driven philanthropists and activists in the world. Wright is a recent graduate of Cornell University’s Change Leadership program and is now mapping ways to support those who are deeply committed to leading social change around the globe.

To learn more about Alyssa F. Wright Consulting, visit their Yellow Pages listing.

Cost + Registration:
  • Members: $50
  • Non-members: $90
To register yourself: Use the link below. 
To register someone else or a group: Please email Learn@NonprofitMaine.org 

Related Resources:
Visit the MANP Answer Center to find free articles, templates and other resources related to Resource and Fund Development.


Location + Directions

Location: Island Institute
386 Main Street, Rockland, ME, 04841
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