Posted by Paul Baker on March 2, 2017
Aurora University Woodstock Center and the McHenry County Community Foundation are pleased to announce the first in a series of full-day workshops designed specifically to address contemporary issues in nonprofit leadership.
The inaugural workshop will be held on Thursday, March 23, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the offices of the United Way of Greater McHenry County (4508 Prime Parkway in McHenry).
â€śEmerging Trends in Fundraisingâ€ť will focus on the need for nonprofit organizations to adapt to new and innovative fundraising techniques in order to attract donors and engage the community as a whole.
Susan Mennenga, MPA, CFRE, will lead the workshop. Mennenga is an adjunct faculty member at Aurora University and a passionate nonprofit executive with expertise in fundraising. When not in the classroom, she serves as a project manager for the Pritzker Military Museum & Library in Chicago.
Whether you are a board member, a passionate volunteer or a dedicated nonprofit executive, please join us for an interactive discussion about giving trends in Illinois and learn about new fundraising tools.
The cost for the first workshop â€“ including lunch â€“ is $25 per person, thanks to the generous support and sponsorship of the McHenry County Community Foundation.
To register, please visit www.aurora.edu/woodstock/nonprofitseries. Space is limited.
Save the dates for future workshops:
For more information, please contact Catherine Peterson, dean, Woodstock Center of Aurora University, at (815) 337-6051 or email@example.com or Robin Doeden, executive director, McHenry County Community Foundation, at (815) 338-4483 or firstname.lastname@example.org.