- Discusses Purpose of Philanthropy
- Reviews Methods of Giving
- Explores Roles of Nonprofit Organizations
These courses provide a general overview of the topic of fundraising and nonprofit management and are perfect for those who are considering a career or just starting out in these fields. They will ground you in the basics and will afford a comprehensive picture of why individuals and organizations raise money and how they do it.
This course provides an overview of America’s tradition of philanthropy and its relevance for today’s fundraisers.
This short course is a beginner’s guide to fundraising and will introduce the tenets of effective fundraising for a nonprofit organization.
Learn how Naomi Levine raised $2.5 billion for NYU, and discuss how to reach affluent people, put a board together, and evaluate projects to support.
Explore techniques to build and enhance major gift programs, to assess capital campaign readiness, and to implement capital campaigns.
Examine individual giving, organized philanthropy, corporate social responsibility, and corporate philanthropy as contributors to the common good.
Acquire a comprehensive grounding in fundraising in one economical, week-long session that covers the subject matter of five courses.