This fundraising presentation focuses on these objectives: move donors toward greater investment in your organization, identify and unlock a donor’s passion and connect a donor’s passion with investment in your organization.
Slides (pdf) from Bentz Whaley Flessner FFA presentation “Major Gift Startup: Building Strategy and Finding Prospects.”
Slides (pdf) from National FFA Foundation presentation “First Steps into Prospect Research: Identifying and Qualifying Major Gift Prospects.”
The Donor Bill of Rights was created by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), and the Giving Institute: Leading Consultants to Non-Profits.
This document may be used for campaign planning.
As a committee of the Board of Directors, the Governance Committee helps the Board carry out its due diligence function related to healthy development and operation of the board, its committees and task forces, and performance of the individual board member.
This document may be used as a template for creating your own Confidentiality Agreement between your organization and a board member or other person.
This document may be used as a template for creating your own Conflict of Interest Form and Signature Page. An impartial environment is protected by avoiding or effectively managing conflicts of interest. The potential for a conflict of interest arises in situations in which a person is responsible for promoting the interest of the FFA at the same time he or she is involved in a competing personal interest.
This document may be used as a template for creating your own Standards of Service and Conduct. The document supports the highest aspirations of FFA. As a guiding philosophy, it reflects honesty, integrity, fairness and respect for all staff members, students, advisors, state staff, sponsors, vendors and other agricultural education stakeholders.