Three days focused on building donor pipelines and inspiring current donors. We are all dealing with emergence from COVID, a significant rise of antisemitism, and geopolitical tensions which are both inspiring and taxing for Federation professionals and volunteers. Even more so as we are hyper-focused on continuing to raise money for the needs in our communities and abroad.
FRDLX will address these issues highlighting important fundraising practices from the field and engage in small group discussions and workshops, both with colleagues across the system and in your community teams. Participants will be scheduled at different points over the three days, with each day being dedicated to the following themes: INSPIRE. SHARE. EXPLORE.
Tuesday, August 17: INSPIRE
12:00 – 1:00 PM ET Opening Session for all Participants
1:30 – 3:00 PM ET* Session for Lay Leaders ONLY
3:30 – 5:00 PM ET Session for Professionals ONLY
*We will be providing a repeat session for Lay Leaders in the evening from 7:00-8:30 PM ET in lieu of participating in the afternoon.
Wednesday, August 18: SHARE
12:00 – 2:30 PM ET Programming for all Participants
Thursday, August 19: EXPLORE
We are designing a “choose your own adventure” for the third day of programming. It will be at each community’s discretion when to embark on their adventure. More information will be available soon.
Who should join, you ask? Cross-functional teams and volunteer leaders! We believe in having all the necessary voices in conversations related to fundraising in these times and how we can identify all the roles necessary to build strong donor pipelines, inclusive of inspiring current ones.
We are asking that you, the senior fundraising professional, comprise your community pod of 10-15 people (professionals and volunteers) to attend this virtual experience. You may do so using this link.
Please note: once you enter contact information into this form the individuals will receive an email confirmation that they are registered for FRDLX. Please communicate to each person in advance of entering their information.
We expect fundraising leaders, and their colleagues, to be inspired and renew their sense of purpose, strengthen the cross-disciplinary team approach to fundraising, and that TFRD will be elevated through the sharing and application of best practices in high-yield areas.
If you have any questions, please contact Irit Gross.